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August 11, 2018 10:59:09 AM by craftylittlemonkey
Views: 886 | Comments: 12

I made these bibs years ago when my daughter was a baby and now a friend is going to be a gramma so I went looking for it only to find that it was posted as a link to a tutorial elsewhere. That will never do. I'm going to put it here instead and hope that it will be useful to some of you.
These are my favourite style of bib, they pull on over the head just like a one-size-fits-most shirt, to...

August 10, 2004 10:09:52 PM by justinexcore
Views: 84179 | Comments: 100

I got inspired by looking at Elegant Gothic Lolita sites one day and went out to buy an XL men's t-shirt, 3 yards of black t-shirt fabric (I was going to buy t-shirts to make the skirts instead but the fabric was $2/yard!), 3 yards of lace, grommets, and 5 metres of ribbon. This is what I came up with (sorry about the bad quality; I thought that I didn't need flash when I took the photos but it tu...

August 19, 2016 05:32:09 AM by edelC
Views: 5612 | Comments: 11

I surprised my SO yesterday by dressing up in a complete 50s style outfit, he was taking me on a date to celebrate our anniversary. I had the dress, underskirt, picked up a great bag and cardigan in a thrift store, made a pearl necklace and bought white glove, the only thing I was missing was a hat. No properly dressed lady would dream of going out to dinner without a hat in the 50s.


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