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1  IMAGE REPRODUCTION TECHNIQUES / Stenciling: Completed Projects / Stenciled Socks on: April 23, 2007 07:00:38 AM
one of my firends turned 18 a while ago and I did not have any gift idea's. So I asked her what she wanted and she said she wanted stenciled shirts. I thought that was a little boring (not for everyone, but for her it is since she always wears stenciled shirts).
Then I thought of what I always buy as presents if people are as weird as I am and I am uninspired; cool socks. Soooo, here they are. I made 4 diffrent ones, so she can match them as she likes to.

what do you think?
2  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / simple men's shirt into simple girly shirt ;) on: March 30, 2007 11:41:09 AM
over a year ago, I fell in love with the print on a certain T-shirt. But.. it was only available in the sizes XL and XXL, which was a problem because I usually wear small. When the promised girly-version didn't come, I decided to buy a XXL and make my own.

I did not take a before-picture, but well, you all know what a normal T-shirt looks like, not?

here it is:

and the back (edit: o, never mind my mom Tongue. I didn't see she was on the picture Tongue)
3  CLOTHING / Clothing for Curvaceous Craftsters: Discussion and Questions / a dress for my mum on: March 15, 2007 07:36:10 AM
My mum would really like to have a dress once again, but she can never find one. I thought of making one for her, as a surprise.
problem (and why she can't ever find a dress when shopping): she's an european size 48 (I guess that'll be 20 in american sizes?) with a b-cup. her small breast size makes her belly look bigger than it is, which is something I wouldn't like to draw attention to of course Wink.

she doesn't really prefer a specific style or something, so there's my point: can you guys help me deciding what kind of pattern I should use, and what kind of fabric would be best for it? pretty please Smiley?

o, and for your information (probably it helps you helping me Wink): she's 54 years old and she'd like a dress she can wear in diffrent ways (with a short jacket, or over pants, or or or..)
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