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La Familia Natural
Zapopan, Jalisco, MEXICO
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It also reminded me of another children's book series, which main character is a multicolored elephant called "Elmer".
Toggle Commented Mar 29, 2010 on Ellie #1 and #2 at Wardrobe Refashion
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I can't find the pattern at the Cicada Daydream blog! Can you give us and URL?
Toggle Commented Mar 29, 2010 on Ellie #1 and #2 at Wardrobe Refashion
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Congrats! I love the wood letters and the beautiful crown! My sweet princess just turned 7 last friday... and I made a beautiful faeries tree for the cake table decoration. Claudia.
Toggle Commented Mar 17, 2010 on 6... at waldorf mama
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You should make a tutorial... this stuff is great! I personaly would like to know more about sandwich wraps... I've seen some at reusablebags.com but can't figure how to do them... :D
Toggle Commented Sep 8, 2009 on back to school lunch kit at Wardrobe Refashion
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Very nice results! I think I'll go pattern shopping myself... :D
Toggle Commented Sep 8, 2009 on I love this peasant dress! at Wardrobe Refashion
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Great dresses... I'll be waiting for that tutorial... :D
Toggle Commented Sep 8, 2009 on I LOVE this! at Wardrobe Refashion
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I don't think you actually need the paint... looks great! You are very patient to sew such detail! :D
Toggle Commented Sep 8, 2009 on Revers applique top at Wardrobe Refashion
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How do you manage to sew the lower corners? Those are impossible to me! Very nice looking bags... :D
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Your frankentop is GREAT! I would use it with some white cotton pants or leggings... looks so summer-like! :D
Toggle Commented Sep 8, 2009 on Frankentop at Wardrobe Refashion
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This is totally something I must try! Neat!
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I also have lots of girly clothes and a pair of princesses too thin to keep on wearing jeans too short. Great idea!
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Nice looking!
Toggle Commented Sep 6, 2009 on Free Turtles at Wardrobe Refashion
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The thing with a nursing garment is that bust openings are not to be obvious. You can achieve this with overlaping layers of fabric, big pleats, buttons and snaps. I would cut the dress on the waist line, extend the black piece up to under the bust line, or even to shoulders (under the brown and black layer, of course). Then deatach the brown stamped piece from the sides of dress, and reatach it with snaps. If you decide to extend to shoulders, you must make two big button-hole-like openings to take dinner out for baby, hehehe... to bust line, you don't need to. The extension is ment to cover your tummy, 'cause port-partum mommys don't really like how it looks... and you don't want everybody watching and talking about how you look. The side deatachment should be long enough to allow you to roll up and sidewards the front layer of the dress, in order to... avoid ripping! Also, check http://www.onehotmama.com/ for inspiration... although she won't share HOW, but some of her dresses are inspiring.
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Sep 5, 2009
¡Hey MelissaB! A mi también me da gusto leer paisanas en éste blog... ¡espero que a las angloparlantes no les moleste que escribamos en español! :D
Toggle Commented Sep 5, 2009 on Greetings from Mexico! at Wardrobe Refashion
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So colorful... wow!
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I like it the way it is... simple and yet embelished... looks neat!
Toggle Commented Sep 3, 2009 on A hat at Wardrobe Refashion
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Very beautiful dress! I'm already checking the tutorial you mention, cause it'll help me start my refashioning... thanks for sharing your work!
Toggle Commented Sep 3, 2009 on I make stuff. at Wardrobe Refashion
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Great jacket! I would love to know how you made those sleeves...
Toggle Commented Sep 3, 2009 on hello everyone at Wardrobe Refashion
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Your costume is awesome... congratulations!
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As the day went by, I thought that I'd registered too late for the challenge so I wouldn't get an invitation this time. But now I'm happy to say I did, and gladly accepted! My name is Claudia, but since... Continue reading
Posted Sep 1, 2009 at Wardrobe Refashion