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November 03, 2011


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Absolutely brilliant, I am thinking of having a go at this, but how does it wash? I am not a hand wash girl but could be tempted. x


Thanks Debbie, I would wash it on a low temp delicate wash. I find most machines have a safe programme for things we used to handwash, as long as you don't mix colours or leave it sitting in there after.


That's a really pretty autumn skirt. And you look lovely - I had a waist once - a long time ago!
I'm about to applique a throw with some felt today.


I wish I had the ability to look at a piece of clothing and see the potential and then have the ability to see my vision through! This is wonderful x

Tracey Jackson

What a fantastic idea ( hurriedly checking my wardrobe to find things to add pretty bits too !!!!) thanks for sharing xxx


What a beautiful idea. It looks amazing.


Love the skirt and such a great idea :)


Great idea love the transformation.

Lynne V

Beautiful skirt, I think I will be borrowing your idea.


OMG I love this. A scrapbookers dream and you look good in it too :)


Gorgeous work - as always - Eleanor. You are such an inspiration


You are the refashioning Queen! Pretty, pretty!


very cute!

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