Bargains

Along with the car print, I also found a good quality wool for suits and one of my students gave me a pink wax print that she’d “had taking up shelf space, and since you sew so much i figured you could use it”

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Well, thank you! The wool is going into a gift for an upcoming birthday, the wax print will make a pretty blouse!

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5 responses to this post.

  1. Lovely wool! Reminds me of a polyester I was looking at a couple weeks ago, before the weather turned too cold! Lovely pink. Eager to see how you make it up!
    del

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  3. That’s some crazy-looking pink.

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