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Started by indigotiger, December 28, 2018, 12:56:21 pm
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Quote from: stephaniecan on February 03, 2019, 09:44:28 amMelinda: I responded to your comment last night and then got up and saw the update to your plans. First, I love your plans and the fabrics are gorgeous! Just beautiful. I just saw though that you are about to have surgery on both legs. Best wishes to you!!
Quote from: ejvc on February 06, 2019, 01:25:45 amRuthie I also loved that inky colour! I have some micro satin in that colour and am cheerfully planning the million ways I could use it.
Quote from: ejvc on February 06, 2019, 05:37:52 amWell, I think it would make a nice smart blouse with buttons or a dressy skirt or dress either alone or with a lace layer, or a little bias top; but perhaps none of those are really your style? It's not a very casual fabric, it's quite dressy both in colour and in shine. You could layer chiffon with it, or use it on edgings also. I thought about a kimono but then I just thought dressing gown so I abandoned it. A very luxurious slip perhaps?
Quote from: luz clara on February 06, 2019, 03:14:55 pmHmmm so much SWAP business going on. I am momentarily stuck. Or trapped in the normal entropy. And distracted by all the fabulous possibilities, for example a bat costume.Mostly though I am awestruck by two of us Bessiecrocker and Melinda having both knees replaced in one surgery. . . I need both of mine replaced too, and am currently slowly sinking down to the required BMI of 40. i have about .5 to 1 BMI point (or whatever it is) to go. I have already devoted months to my knees . . . I want to the replacing done ASAP. But 2 at the same time might be too much. However. Now I have the idea I will bring it up w/ my doctor. Meanwhile who doesn't want/ need a bat outfit?
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