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Tuesday, June 29, 2004
This is just a test. If this were a real post, it would have content.
Patterns in Process
Burda 8665 Fabric: Aqua linen/rayon
burnout Status: needs to be hemmed and have buttonholes sewn.
Kwik Sew 3028 Fabric: lightweight olive green sweatshirt from a garage sale.
Status: sleeve hems
Kwik Sew 2529 Fabric: white powerdry.
Simplicity 5633 tshirt, tank, and skirt.
Fabric: white eyelet. Status: waiting for white batiste so I can finish the necklines with bias tape instead of a facing.
Burda WOF 4/2003 156 - Girl's top.
Fabric: white eyelet. Status: cut.
Kwik Sew 2489
Status: altered (again) and cut.
For me: underwear and
For DD: 1 dress
Gift Bag (does that count as a garment?)
For me: swimsuit and
For me: 1 pair of pants, 2 skirts
For DS: 1 pair of pants
Doll Clothes: 1 pair of shorts, 2 t-shirts
For me: 1 tshirt, 1 skirt, 1 pair of pants
For DD: 1 tshirt, 1 skirt
For me: 2 tshirt
For DD: 2 tshirts, 1 tank top
For dolls: 1 overalls
January Garments: For me: 3 skirts, 1 sweater, 1 t-shirt For DD: 1 dance top, 1 bike pants
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