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1  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / What do you do with botched projects? on: August 14, 2013 04:05:24 PM
Often times in the past, I end up abandoning once hopeful clothing projects because I didn't follow directions and have no patience trying to figure out how to fix it.  Because I've been making so many articles of clothing the past few months, I'm starting to revisit these sad, sad abandoned and half-finished projects to breathe new life into them.  What do you guys do?  Do you give up and move on to the next project or try to give them new life? 
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