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nitere Posted - Sep 21 2007 : 08:08:04 AM
i just made my first skirt without a pattern and i a so excited! i would love for you to check it out on my blog.
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daffodil dreamer Posted - Sep 29 2007 : 08:22:26 AM
Hi Amy,
I love that skirt too!
I also saw on your blog about your son referring to himelf as the little chef. Has he ever watched the Little Bear series? There is an episode in that where Father Bear and Little Bear make flapjacks and they call each other big chef and little chef. So my son always calls himself little chef when we are cooking!
Best wishes,
nitere Posted - Sep 23 2007 : 4:19:52 PM
thanks everyone!!!!!
wallflower Posted - Sep 22 2007 : 12:16:56 PM
Beautiful skirt! Wonderful job!

Naomi Michelle Posted - Sep 22 2007 : 11:43:18 AM
Awesome Amy! Looove the fabric too!


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~Tracey~ Posted - Sep 21 2007 : 10:20:57 PM
Oh I LOVE that fabric!! Great job! I have that book too!

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Cheryl Posted - Sep 21 2007 : 1:46:57 PM
You did a wonderful job and I really love the fabric!

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yarnmamma Posted - Sep 21 2007 : 1:40:34 PM
I love the skirt too! Very very nice!

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faithymom Posted - Sep 21 2007 : 1:20:44 PM
Good job!
I just checked out that book from the library yesterday! I like it a lot.


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AuntJo Posted - Sep 21 2007 : 12:53:35 PM
Great fabric! You did a marvelous job on your skirt.

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Holiday Angel Posted - Sep 21 2007 : 11:52:21 AM
The link was posted on our forum at our main web page at . The viewers would have to be a member of our charity to see it. I wanted them to see that there are many idea's out there and not be limited to clothing or regular things. I always love looking at your new creations and being a creator of things myself I appreciate the things you do and the other ladies too, but the book caught my eye. now I look at all the materials in the shops with these possibilities and more.
You can click on our signature below and find our site if you like. You would enjoy it there too!
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nitere Posted - Sep 21 2007 : 11:03:37 AM
thanks everybody!
pauline..thanks! which one of your sites has the link?
bonne...thanks for the centering actually happened by chance :) i bought the fabric in the clearance section at a local home decor fabrics store
Bonne Posted - Sep 21 2007 : 10:50:07 AM
Love the A-Lines! Always flattering and timeless.
You did a marvelous job on centering that print~it's really an unusual print
with the main trunk like that.
I love skirts and wear them all the time. I found it's just as easy to throw on a tank or tee with a skirt as it is with jeans, and you look so much more polished.
Holiday Angel Posted - Sep 21 2007 : 10:28:16 AM
You sure did a great job. I remember when I was in high school and we called this type A line's. I love your little book and posted a link to your site for our volunteers to look at this for a project for the children's division. (Just to get an idea) I think it would be wonderful for the children in the hospitals to look at and others that are rescued from abusive homes.
Anyway, I think you do awesome work and enjoy going to your sites! Thank you so much for sharing!
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Tammy Claxton Posted - Sep 21 2007 : 09:57:07 AM
Beautiful skirt! I love the fabric! Very unique. I never wear them though. I'm more of a jeans and t-shirt kinda gal! lol

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nashbabe Posted - Sep 21 2007 : 09:52:05 AM
Nifty galifty!

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Maryjane Lee Posted - Sep 21 2007 : 09:41:54 AM
Great job Amy! You have talent!

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Jana Posted - Sep 21 2007 : 08:57:32 AM

Yay!!! You did a fabulous job. I love that fabric!


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