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1  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / Prom Dress of Lore on: July 01, 2007 08:39:52 AM
Being the crazy kid I am, I'm norotious for making stuff. I'm know as the crafty creative person around school with my capri-sun purses, duct tape wallets and such. I figured I'd live up to my title and go ahead and make my prom dress. I'm a good seamstress, but I didn't trust my self enough to not use a pattern. I used McCalls Pattern M5001. It came out great!!!




Me and My Boyfriend


The Dress in Better Lighting


And of course, you can't go to Prom with out Jumping all over the Trampoline!

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