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2/26/2007

Camo....Again!

Yes, dear readers.....it's another camo shirt! But how could I resist this cute fabric, especially when it was only $2.00 a yard at where else but WalMart ? The pattern is hand-drafted...a simple camp shirt with front and back waist tucks to give it some shape.

Now my sewing will turn back to menswear.....I have many client orders to fill!

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Blogger mermaids said...

who knew camo could be so feminine? the bows and shaping are great touches. gotta love those walmart treasures!

9:15 AM  
Anonymous dell said...

What a great idea to make camo so cute for a girl ! I think I'll steal this idea for my GD

10:22 AM  
Anonymous Angie said...

I love your work. You are an excellent seamstress/designer. I have been sewing since I was 5. Yes I started early on a toy machine and then moved to a "real" sewing machine at 8 and began making my own clothes. Not perfect, but I made them nontheless. Anyway keep up the great work and will look forward to more great pieces in the future.

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