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« on: September 25, 2008 07:00:25 AM »

Hey Everyone! I've been really busy sewing lately but having trouble taking decent photos Angry
I've made 2 Different Wrap pants from the tutorial here
These first ones are more of a capri length, It's hard to tell in the pic but the fabric is dark green with lil' pirate skulls on it. Sometimes the Walmart $1 shelf has fantastic stuff! I made them too short at first so I added some white w/ black dots fabric at the bottom.

The 2nd Pair I made was with some Pink/Black plaid fabric, also from Walmart  Grin
These are full length with some pink ribbon for the ties, I surged all the hems on these instead of regular hemming like the previous ones, Super easy!

And last but not least, Here's a dress I made with some super comfy rib knit fabric. I used a pattern, not sure which one now  Huh I did braided and crossed straps to add a lil' more interest. The fabric is gray with brown stripes. The most comfortable thing ever! The back picture makes it look really bad,  but I swear it doesn't look like that, oh well.

Thanks for checking em out, Any comments/criticism welcome!
« Reply #1 on: September 25, 2008 08:00:14 AM »

i really really really like the black and red...  are they flannel?    I"m dying here now that the weather dropped... I'm very concerned with layering!  Lol but anyway i may have to try to make some  do you think it would wrap right if i layered flannel?   
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« Reply #2 on: September 25, 2008 03:25:32 PM »

I think it might actually work better with flannel since it'd be a little heavier, the sides on me tend to fly away a bit  Shocked  You should definately make some, They only take about 1-2 hours to make and it's super simple with that tute. Thx for the compliments!
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