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Posted on:10/18/05 1:38 AM

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tumblina said...
I love it! I also don't do well with sun - hmmm...
10/19/05 9:19 PM
Susan M said...
So I'm checking out the projects on the front page and see this parasol listed. I just had to see what was done. Wow! You have done yourself proud. Thanks for the detailed steps and pictures.
10/19/05 10:35 AM
Ceri590 said...
I'm very impressed! Thanks!
10/19/05 7:23 AM
SewingSusan said...
Fantastic! Have fun at the wedding.
10/19/05 6:48 AM
sue77 said...
What a gorgeous project!
10/18/05 12:54 PM
CyberNewt said...
Wendy- now you have instructions for how to do it! I have one suggestion- Leave more on the bottom edge than you think you need- you can always trim it later and I was just a *little* short.... I made it work but it would have been nice to have just a 1/2 longer on the flat red lace.
10/18/05 11:58 AM
DJM said...
What a wonderful creative project!
10/18/05 10:28 AM
Mary Stiefer said...
What a fun project. It looks great
10/18/05 9:03 AM
Linda E. said...
WOW that is great, just beautiful. great job
10/18/05 7:12 AM
CindyP said...
All I can say is WOW! It's beautiful!
10/18/05 6:21 AM
KiwiWendy said...
you put me to shame ... I have some vintage parasols (4 of them) that I bought from eBay simply to do the same thing, and that was more than 3 years ago!
10/18/05 2:15 AM
Cathy Loves Fabric said...
Wow, how creative. It looks great.
10/18/05 1:41 AM
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