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tlhowell
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Date: 7/27/12 9:43 PM

So I got my first FabricMart mystery bundle and included was 2.5 yards of this. So what would you make out of it?
http://www.fabricmartfabrics.com/xcart/SND2819-Marc-Jacobs-Geometric-Printed-Cotton-Orange-Chocolate-Teal-57-Wide.html

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Date: 7/27/12 9:54 PM

I've looked at it a couple of times to buy, actually.

Something simple: a basic tunic, a basic skirt, shorts, etc.

If I ever get around to it, I plan on making this with dark brown as the accent or this and making both of them a lot longer.

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Date: 7/27/12 10:04 PM

Its actually got a lot of my favorite colors in it. :-)



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Date: 7/27/12 10:04 PM

LMAO it matches 85% of my wardrobe :)

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Date: 7/27/12 11:19 PM

OMG! A skirt to pair with a long tunic. The tunic would need to be very plain. If nothing else all your friends will love your story.

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Date: 7/27/12 11:23 PM

Depends on you, tlhowell, do you like skirts that go from a slimmer hip and pleat out into a voluminous poof?

A jacket would be nice.

Snug little dress that's sectioned to make it easier to place the print details.

If you have any extra after cutting your garment it would make a very sharp looking bag.

Have fun!

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Date: 7/28/12 0:24 AM

I think I'd sell it to Sew Ducky ;-)

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Date: 7/28/12 0:30 AM

A blanket that I'd hide..;)

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Date: 7/28/12 1:01 AM

What a fun fabric! I think it would make a great tunic or skirt.

Found this when googling: Chictopia. Love the way the blue is set off in the print by the jacket.


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Date: 7/28/12 1:10 AM

Love the color and the print!
I'd probably make a simple sleeveless dress.
I'd love to have it as maxi, but I don't know how it would work with cotton woven.

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