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Started by CCL, October 01, 2018, 09:15:24 am
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QuoteI'd like to sponsor a Dress challenge - and follow Mudcat's lovely idea of awarding the winner(s) a little $25 gift certificate at an appropriate fabric store/site. I would supply the gift certificates; the same caveat that Mudcat provided applies, it has to be website or store to which I can set up the gift certificate for the winners.
Quote from: indigotiger on December 06, 2018, 07:37:17 pm Changing up my former plan somewhat, as I screwed up on the what gets sewn when, and already sewed my brown/white shot linen blouse as my toile for this challenge, instead of remembering to choose a non-SWAP fabric.
Quote from: warpjr1965 on December 08, 2018, 08:49:53 amThen I need to decide if I am going to embellish the dress, or leave it as-is. . . . 25 years ago. . . . I am wearing a plain blue shirt, and a pair of light khaki shorts. Not a frill or pattern visible.
Quote from: bessiecrocker on December 09, 2018, 02:20:25 pmanother thing to try is what they do at the (better) dry cleaners...might help...wrap the buttons in aluminum foil before they go into the wash.
Quote from: indigotiger on December 09, 2018, 02:56:15 pmI'll keep everyone posted as to how the little buttons do in the wash... after all, I am going to need to wash this dress at least once or twice before I wear it... despite pre-washing the fabric, there is still enough loose indigo that it turns my hands blue when I am working with it! I've no desire to get to the end of the day with blue skin or to dye my lingerie blue
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