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datgulnette20
« on: August 28, 2005 03:03:56 PM »

Hey Guys and Gals 

Basically I just took a plain old white t shirt and cut away the sleeves and the collar or neckline  whatever.  Then I used the sleeves as the draw string part for the front and the back and sewed it to the rest of the top and altered the waisteline and all that good stuff.  Then I ironed on a pic of myself  and put miss nette under it.  I may do more just because its just a big white shirt still.  I have some fabric markers so maybe I doodle on it or something.  I dont know  anyhoo feel free to comment.  Any suggestions would be great too.

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Should I have made the image bigger.  When i drew this out it seemed fine  but now it seems lost in this big white shirt.  I dunno
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Carleigh
« Reply #1 on: August 28, 2005 03:05:11 PM »

I think it looks cool the way it is! I like the drawing.
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