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1  Re: shirt sleeves to ankle warmers 4 ballet in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by royalrubyred on: January 28, 2005 04:18:07 PM
Hey! Those look great. Especially with the ballet slippers. How exactly did you make them?
Thanks! Basically, I used a long sleeved shirt and cut the sleeves off. The part that is on the bottom, on my ankle, is the cuff - it used to have a snap closure, but i cut that off and hemmed it a bit. the sleeve wouldn't go all the way up over my big calf so i had to cut some off. i'll prolly add some elastic to the top later.

that's about it - hope it makes sense!!!
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