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Posted on:11/30/09 11:20 AM
Last Updated:11/30/09 11:20 AM


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lindaII said...
This use of a purchased t-shirt is SO CLEVER...it looks just great! Please keep sewing for us.
11/30/09 5:01 PM
Sew Shy said...
I just bought this pattern yesterday - specifically for the raglan tee, so it's so nice to see your review today! Looking forward to trying it out.
11/30/09 4:39 PM
Laurie Lou said...
Very Clever indeed! Love it!
11/30/09 2:22 PM
lovenicky said...
I like your use of the t-shirt logo. It makes this piece really unique!
11/30/09 2:04 PM
j222b said...
I love your Old Navy fabric and the way you placed the logo. I'll have to look at your other reviews. Great work!
11/30/09 1:21 PM
dingyadi said...
I love all of your projects - you have such a sense of creativity. It sets your projects apart - they are wonderful
11/30/09 11:50 AM
 
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