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« Reply #10 on: August 31, 2005 07:55:40 PM »

Glad y'all enjoyed my handiwork!  I hear you, Bluecat, about the people you graduated with...that's why I decided to go on my own and get just anybody who I wanted (family, friends from other classes & towns, those friends' wee li'l sibs, etc).  Anybody I preferred to forget didn't make it on!  Wink  And it was a good way to learn how to embroider, since it really was a bunch of individual small projects.

PinkBalletShoes:  If you decide to try something like thismake sure your background color is light enough so the markered signatures show up & you can work with them, and also dark enough so it doesn't look too nastified from all the markering & handling.  That eliminated my preferred colors (black, dark purple, light gray, etc.), so I ended up with cheesy turquoise, but I wish I'd chosen something more "classic" like a dark gray.

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« Reply #11 on: September 01, 2005 07:51:47 PM »

Wow, someone in your class was named Sally.  I'm the only Sally I've ever met so far.

Great job on the embroidering, wow that must have been time consuming!


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« Reply #12 on: November 24, 2005 05:51:06 PM »

Wow. I think its incredible.  I had to show someone, so I told my dad to come in and he thought it was fantastic! What a great idea to preserve the shirt. People get their shirts signed, and then wear it a few times, then it looks like a rag, but yours is definitely guaranteed to not look like that.  it is absolutely great, and I commend you on how you stuck to it, and didnt give up....good job!

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