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Posted on:4/15/07 11:56 PM
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mom4scr said... (6/18/07 11:18 PM) Reply
I made these covers and the bottom did not hang as nicely as the pictures on hancock's website or as your's appear to. Did you do something to the bottom edge to give it form?
OP Gal said... (4/16/07 7:47 PM) Reply
Very clever!
Nancywin said... (4/16/07 7:03 PM) Reply
very cute. What a great way to use up those fleece scraps. Thanks for the pattern link
LauraTS said... (4/16/07 6:45 PM) Reply
Super-cute and clever; great idea for using up fleece scraps.
Debster said... (4/16/07 10:18 AM) Reply
You've changed my life! Tx for the idea as well as the cute embellishments.
Rustybobn said... (4/16/07 10:16 AM) Reply
Those are great!
colormefun said... (4/16/07 10:06 AM) Reply
yeah, they were in-store leaflets that i grabbed. bsically, i just cut out various strips about 6 inches long and either scalloped or fringed them depending on the look i wanted. then i basted and gathered the straight edge. i also cut out litte circles about the size of my flower and fringed those and then layered fringed circles with gathered "petals" and sewed them together (button optional). hope that makes sense. if you want i could look for the little sheet and fax/email it to you?
j222b said... (4/16/07 8:21 AM) Reply
Wovenwaters: Thanks! No need to Fax/email, your directions will be fine.
SimsSews said... (4/16/07 7:53 AM) Reply
Cute and clever!
colormefun said... (4/16/07 0:29 AM) Reply
yeah, they were in-store leaflets that i grabbed. bsically, i just cut out various strips about 6 inches long and either scalloped or fringed them depending on the look i wanted. then i basted and gathered the straight edge. i also cut out litte circles about the size of my flower and fringed those and then layered fringed circles with gathered "petals" and sewed them together (button optional). hope that makes sense. if you want i could look for the little sheet and fax/email it to you?
j222b said... (4/16/07 0:12 AM) Reply
Could not find the fleece fabric flowers on line at JoAnns or anywhere--could you tell me what you did?
j222b said... (4/16/07 0:04 AM) Reply
Fabulous! I am re-doing my closet and these will be great.
 
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