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March 10, 2010

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Nancy

Beautiful!!!

Rhonda

Great job!

Tara

I love that. How did you finish the edges? So, so cute! :)

miss chris


Tara:   Thanks so much!   I didnt finish the edges at all.  Most knits dont fray much, if at all, so Im just going to throw it in the wash and see how it goes.  A fun little $2 experiment.  :)  If it frays a bit, I think it will only add to the fluffiness anyway. Well see.   xo  (if I were going to finish the edges, I would have done a wide zig-zag over the edge...)
 

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sarah

so cute. i'm inspired!

laeroport

Well if C. wants one, you know that's a ringing endorsement. :)
I have been looking at Lera's ruffled/embellished t-shirts and cardis for a while and thinking.....
Great job, my friend, for actually DOING.

natalie

Looks great Chris! And I think black and beige would be fabulous : )

Sue

Love the ruffled look...you did a fantastic job..inspires me to give this a go sometime!

Jenn

Even if I were to learn to sew, cuteness like that would just not flow through my threads. xoxo

beki

Very, very cute!

Lia

Any chance of you doing a tutorial for this? I would really like to try ruffles and knits, but I'm a bit scared. Did you use a regular machine or a serger?

Kim

oh this is too cute, I want to make one now...I've never heard of the stabilizer stuff (but I'm kinda new to sewing)...I guess I'm going to have to find some!

Aunt Fashionista

Love it sis!

jessica

I definitely am going to have to try this--I have so many plain-jane tanktops!

jenb

i need one of those! bad!

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