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Posted on:5/28/10 5:03 PM
Last Updated:5/28/10 5:13 PM


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jjphoenix21 said...
I bought it in the garment district in NYC west 38st between 7 & 8 ave. I was surprised when I asked for it the lady went and cut a piece out for me. I'm also making a laptop sleeve with it. Will post pics soon! Hijacking a diver would work they have cooler colors lol.
5/31/10 1:46 PM
Nancy Rhodes said...
Wow Fabulous result... I love functional things you can sew for yourself... Now, I also want to know where to get the stuff? ... short of hopping a flight to the Cayman Islands and abducting some helpless scuba diver and relieving them of their wetsuit....
5/29/10 10:11 AM
JDpenelope said...
Easy-peasy and looks good, too. My question is the same as Carolyn's -- Curious about source for neoprene. Thanks!
5/29/10 8:38 AM
Trephas2003 said...
It looks great!
5/28/10 7:18 PM
CarolynGM said...
Very nice. Where did you get the neoprene fabric that you used?
5/28/10 5:35 PM
 
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