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« on: September 13, 2009 05:57:46 AM »

i have two baggy t-shirt which are presents from my boyfriends when he studying at sarawak, malaysia. he didn't know my size as the t-shirt present was his surprise for me. (he post it to my house from sarawak!)i rarely wore it outside as i don't like the baggy-ness. then few years later (yup the t-shirt stay in my wardrobe for almost 3years and the good thing is my boyf was good to understand why i didn't wear it heee), i decided to alter it so it can fit me better and also now i know how to sew haha




as the alteration addiction still going strong.. i start to use some old stripy t-shirt scrap to make a boxer. the t-shirt has a big skull on the left chest, so i cut it out and sew at the back of boxer yeay! a new boxer for sleep!

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wow i love the shorts!! reconstructing things petrifies me, but i'd love to make some like that if i ever get the motivation Smiley
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