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Topic: $3 outfit from two dollar store placemats and a dollar store men's T  (Read 3473 times)
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swimfinsmom
« Reply #10 on: June 24, 2009 08:00:40 AM »

Wow, it means a lot to have a compliment from someone so talented -- I checked out your jazzygirl web site and enjoyed scrolling through your photo gallery -- you are original and creative!  If I had to pick a favorite, it would be the chickadees, though I adored so many.  I do have a question -- on the tiered palazzo pants, I think I could work out a pattern -- is each tier 1.5 x the above tier (like in all the skirts I make)?  I must make some of those.  Do you sew the crotch seam last, and work the tiers on the flat?  We think alike a bit -- I also like to put ruching over decoupaged jeans.  You and I could have a fun afternoon together I bet! lol
Catherine


Very cute!  I love the green one!  And I'm a big fan of ruching, check my past posts.

It's always nice when you can take something cheap and spin it into something so cute!
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Crafty Shay
« Reply #11 on: August 31, 2009 03:09:06 PM »

very cute and original. looks as if you bought the outfit instead of making it
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