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1  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / Gigantic polo to cute sleeveless top on: February 19, 2011 09:23:35 PM
So, I've had this huge polo shirt I got from 'youth in government' day when I was in high school for about ten years.  It was time something was done with it or else it was going to be gone.  I figured I'd make something up as I went along since I didn't like the thing anyway.  I think it turned out cute and I plan to try this design again on something in a better color/fabric

Here it is before (inside out so you can't see the chest logo)


Just beginning To cut/sew


Finished product!



Even with the folded over collar area, you could still see the logo through, so that's why I put the flower on.  I ripped apart an embellished hair thing to make it.  I really like the finished product.
2  HOME SWEET HOME / Pet-Related Crafts: Completed Projects / Fleece Dog Cloak on: February 15, 2011 07:39:49 PM
I made this cloak (I was calling it a coat at first, but it really looks more like a cloak) for my border terrier/golden mix who is about 16" tall.  It's been so cold this winter, plus he is from GA and we're in NY, that I wanted him to have a little extra warmth.

I used stuff I just had around: blue fleece left over from making some pants and tan ribbon because I didn't have any binding that was wide enough.  Nicky didn't like trying on the newpaper pattern when I was making sure it was right, but he seems okay with the cloak.
Oh, and the fleece is a single layer it closes with velcro.






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