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Topic: Butterick 3218 Skirt Pattern: Angel Fabric Skirt with red Fringe  (Read 4044 times)
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« Reply #10 on: July 21, 2004 08:03:16 PM »

I think I am in desperate need of a Botticelli skirt.

I like yours a lot, it is Very Awesome.
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« Reply #11 on: July 22, 2004 07:28:31 AM »

I was lucky enough to visit the Uffizzi museum in Florence where that painting and several other Botticelli's are.  They were just soooo beautiful and luminous.  But I think my favorite thing was noticing that he used the same models over and over.  Venus there also appears as the Virgin Mary, and maybe as one of the 3 graces.  I think he liked her Smiley

For your pictures, the stuff you use here isn't exactly html, but it's similar.  the tags are all in square brackets like this [] you put a tag before your thing, and a tag with a / before the word, inside the square brackets after your thing.  So for img the tags are [img ] and [/img ] (but without the spaces, I put them in so that they would show up)
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« Reply #12 on: July 22, 2004 09:14:01 AM »


I was lucky enough to visit the Uffizzi museum in Florence where that painting and several other Botticelli's are.  They were just soooo beautiful and luminous.  But I think my favorite thing was noticing that he used the same models over and over.  Venus there also appears as the Virgin Mary, and maybe as one of the 3 graces.  I think he liked her Smiley
Yes hi did she was his wife.
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