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KCW: One Last Thing

This week?  Was not a good week for productivity.  I had the girls with me most of the time on top of a to do list a mile long.  I had to go to bed way too late to get this

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A Princess Dress

I’ve made maxi dresses for E but I haven’t even considered it for V.  She’s not quite 4 years old and I still don’t think she knows how to manage all that material without tripping over it.  But she really

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A Bunch of Leggings

Not the most exciting thing but it’s what the girls wear the most. V’s leggings being mostly hand me downs, they were developing holes.  Sure, I mend them, but it’s nice to have some that don’t have parches all over.

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So Not the Right Season

I was melting in that thing during the photoshoot.  All in the name of stash busting, right?  This time, it’s a cotton hacci sweater knit.  I think it’s only been there a year.  Only. The fabric developed a bit of

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Only Stash Busting

Actually, to be fair, I’ve been wanting to make this ever since I got this book: One-Yard Wonders. It’s just that I always seem to sew clothes instead.  But after all the work that I had to do to get

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Stash Busting Peasant Top

I’d forgotten about this fabric.  It’s navy cotton eyelet with a scalloped selvage.  I’ve had it for at least two years.  I fell in love with it on, uh, fabric.com, I think?  I had to have it so I bought

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Two Pinwheels

I’ve had this plaid/gingham cotton double gauze in my stash for over a year.  Two years maybe?  3 yards each of two colors.  To make each souricette an Oliver + S Pinwheel Dress and Tunic set.  And I finally did

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