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1  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / no sew tubetop on: August 11, 2005 07:23:45 PM
well seeing as i broke my sewing machine i've been bored out of my mind. so i had this shirt that i really liked but it was to big for me and i cut it into a tube top shape but then cut the sides so i had two peices of fabric. i was originally going to sew it but i cant really hand sew. so i went to ohmystars.net and used the tute for the 'slashed back' shirt except i cut strips on both sides of both peices of fabric then tied to two peices together and taddaa  i know have a tube top with ties down my sides  Grin sorry i dont have pics i dont have a digital camera  Cry
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