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Posted on:11/29/11 10:32 AM

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Margaret said... (12/1/11 4:50 AM) Reply
Thanks, everyone! Renren, there was even an apology for it written on the pattern paper... anyway I think it's something that can be worked around, and the notches, etc. did all match. Jan, I do have some flapper-era dress patterns but will have to be very careful about the fabric and colors since the drop-waisted look can be terribly unflattering on me. But maybe I'll do something for the costume contest! marykpfist, the felting was very simple to do and I would recommend trying it, especially if you have smaller pieces of fabric you're otherwise bored with!
QueenBeeOne said... (11/30/11 11:12 PM) Reply
Very nice...I love the pattern.
marec said... (11/29/11 11:14 PM) Reply
This is a beautiful, girly hat....I love it!
FreyaStark said... (11/29/11 7:12 PM) Reply
Very nice, and I'm sure it will be warm and comfortable.
marykpfist said... (11/29/11 5:04 PM) Reply
That's super cute! I love that you felted your own fabric. Have to try it!
Terri A said... (11/29/11 4:26 PM) Reply
Awesome hat!
jannw said... (11/29/11 2:59 PM) Reply
Very cute on you! I hope a flapper dress is the next project!
becca a said... (11/29/11 2:46 PM) Reply
Very cute hat!
renren said... (11/29/11 10:53 AM) Reply
That is so demurely 1920s! I like the bow, too. Interesting about the handdrawn pattern pieces with the wobbly lines and scratched-out mistakes. I think I rather like that.
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