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1  a tshirt and a hole - burda 3197 in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by mimi sushi on: August 03, 2007 01:16:24 AM
Hi crafsters!

Few months past since I found you. Meantime I sewed some clothes. Today I want to show you my second shirt! The pattern was a basic from burda fashion. I modified the neckline in the front and made a hole in the back. Love the fabric!




Because of you there are many ideas swirling in my head for shirts and something. Thank you!

TFL Mimi Sushi
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2  baby shirts - first stencils in Stenciling: Completed Projects by mimi sushi on: April 01, 2007 10:58:42 AM
Hi @ all!

You made me courious with all your amazing work! So I must make it too!!

Here are my first stencils on shirts for my nephew.

front


back (saying: Youre bigger, I am louder!)


Love that emu!!


front


back


I hope, it looks good, when he wear it!

TFL, Mimi Sushi
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3  greek dress in Halloween Costumes by mimi sushi on: March 18, 2007 03:54:36 AM

Hi crafters!

I made this dress for a carnival-party. I used a "neue mode" pattern (from germany). I sewn it with a simple cotton fabric as base and a gleaming organza as outer fabric. The seams on the neckline and the arms I decorated with a golden ribbon. With the same ribbon I made a hair-band.

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Thanks for looking!
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