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Pattern Reviews> Fehr Trade> 000 (Lacey Thong Panty)

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Posted on:5/10/13 1:56 PM
Last Updated:5/10/13 2:09 PM


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khurtdvm said... (5/11/13 11:12 PM) Reply
Beautiful!
CCQ said... (5/11/13 11:57 AM) Reply
Lovely! Thanks for the dyeing tips -- I'm inspired to give it a try.
marthamyers said... (5/11/13 9:12 AM) Reply
How gorgeous they are!
Dilliander said... (5/11/13 8:30 AM) Reply
How wonderful, they look great!
liliv said... (5/11/13 5:37 AM) Reply
The color are so vibrant! Very nice job.
Mimi O said... (5/10/13 8:17 PM) Reply
I have been thinking about trying to make some lingerie and your project and blog has helped me to decide to give it a try. Lovely panties and the dye process produced some nice results.
Sue Parrott said... (5/10/13 7:47 PM) Reply
So cute!
SewRuth said... (5/10/13 6:02 PM) Reply
Wheeker! Relatively modern Irish colloquialism but genuinely meant.
PattyE said... (5/10/13 5:19 PM) Reply
Oh, it's like coloring Easter eggs! Super cute panties!
grays08 said... (5/10/13 4:57 PM) Reply
Thanks for sharing the process. I enjoyed reading it. These are great! I looked into dyeing a couple of weeks ago but chickened out since I work mostly with synthetics but knew there were some special dyes. This is fabulous!
Jstarr4250 said... (5/10/13 4:56 PM) Reply
Oh wow. They're like little confections! What a great process you developed.
Barbara V said... (5/10/13 4:45 PM) Reply
Lovely result! I was fascinated with your blog and enjoyed reading the details of the steps. It's really neat how you achieved a nice color match using the different types of dyes on the different fabrics. Thanks for sharing!
RadarRadiance said... (5/10/13 3:53 PM) Reply
These are just beautiful, love how you dyed the fabric to match, look very expensive!
 
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