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Posted on:4/16/10 5:23 AM

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ClaireEmily said... (4/18/10 6:11 PM) Reply
Thanks everyone! I will absolutely check out Onion patterns and vintage ones too. Mel - the velour does pick up threads - and Mary Nanna - glad there is no shame =)
Mel.J said... (4/18/10 8:15 AM) Reply
That hood is so cool! Very nice, comfy, perfect for sewing in winter (except the velour might pick up all your thread strays...)
Mary Nanna said... (4/16/10 4:01 PM) Reply
Hey there's no shame in joining the velour club. (I love the tabloid expression for it, "slummy mummy") I love that kind of clothing - taking something unashamably comfortable and easy to launder and making it your own. I think it looks good and you'll just be smiling all the way to the washing machine when you daughter spits her dinner on it. Very inspiring - this is exactly the kind of thing I am looking for when sewing my wardrobe...
RLL said... (4/16/10 1:59 PM) Reply
This looks sooooo comfortable. Beautiful color too, nice job thinking of dying it. I never think like that!
marec said... (4/16/10 10:44 AM) Reply
Your pullover is so cute, and to think that you dyed it yourself! Wow. FreyaStark, thanks for the tip in your comment above. :-)
FreyaStark said... (4/16/10 7:00 AM) Reply
It looks really cosy and comfortable, just the thing for autumn. The colour is luscious, too. Are you familiar with Onion patterns? Some of them have the sort of look you like. Visit, which also sells an English translation. You can also sometimes find seventies patterns in larger sizes (18-20 and up) on secondhand patterns websites like ebay, etsy or Lanetz Living.
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