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« on: January 07, 2005 07:52:17 PM »

Hey yall,
I saw this really sexy yet girly, cami on rampage.com...i love it, but I'd rather let go of my creative side and make it myself. However, to get the lace at the top? any ideas...hey i'm new at this. I'm really sorry about the big pics...there from the site. Anyone know some good pattens...anyone ever made a capi like this before?


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« Reply #1 on: January 07, 2005 08:49:48 PM »

If you find a pattern for that type of cami, or even a cheap premade one, then I don't imagine it would be hard to sew the lace on as detailing. I'm a pretty basic sewer (seamtress? Tongue) and I've done some things with lace before that have turned out not bad... I used a matching colour of thread and a stich on my sewing machine that was fairly hard to see... sorry, I don't have much to add, but it really shouldn't be that hard if you get your hands the supplies.

Oh, and I should mention, for the next time, when you post pictures like this, you should give the link for shirt, or save it to your own computer first, upload it on craftster, and then post it with a link to the site not so as not to "drain" other sites.

I would love to see this if you manage to make on of your own - it's a cute top! 
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