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1  TOPping it off: all 3 in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by rach0h on: November 22, 2011 08:41:50 PM
Made some tops awhile back-they're all some of my favorites. I wear the tanks all the time in the summer; they're super comfy & cool & cute (says I).
The pattern is Simplicity Built by Wendy (<3 those patterns) 3692.

The first is a stretchy poleyester deal. Sounds gross, I know, but it's super soft.

The green is just knit.

The giraffe one is a cotton (even tho the pattern calls for just knits...) and then a black knit yoke.

thanks for checkin' it!
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2  fabric curlers: me being a copycat in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by rach0h on: October 07, 2011 06:41:26 AM
so this ir originally from this link, http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=235779.msg2582113#msg2582113 by keeperoxx who got the tutorial from someone else! in other wodrs, i just did the project and am sharing the results that im proud of:)

(might've made too many)

THE NEXT MORNING:


thanks for looking:)
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3  a fun floral skirt (which doesn't start with "f") in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by rach0h on: August 23, 2011 09:17:17 PM
made this a coupla whiles ago outa some thin, satiny fabric my sister gave me. i think she was making a top, because the side seams were already sewn. so i gathered the top, added a black knit waistband, and rool-hemmed the bottom. i like to wear it at my waist, and also at my hips:).
voila!


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4  all DRESSed up in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by rach0h on: January 08, 2011 10:07:39 PM
some dresses I've sewed in the past year or so from: Simplicity 2798
i quite liked this pattern, but it called for much more fabric than was actually necessary. i heart the pockets, though the sleeves were not the best to make, but that is on account of my not following directions very well.

this is the first one. mad w/ black satin, patterned cotton. worn for a wonderful Christmas.


second one. summer "frock". not the best to wear for biking, though still loved.

thanks! hope you enjoy.
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