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April 11, 2007

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Stephanie

I think that you are a rare person...cutting out fabric is my least favorite part of sewing! Upon further inspection however, this could be due to me not having a proper cutting space. Right now I use a mat on the living room floor and have to constantly shoo away the kitties who think my beautiful fabric is a toy! Thank goodness for the dustbuster; it does a pretty good job of keeping them at bay.

Your dresses are gorgeous.

sally

Ha! I suppose we all find inspiration in different ways...and what do you know, it does look like eggs stuffed in a condom. =) And who would have thought that would make a beautiful vase?

I love cutting fabric! I just cut into a new stash of linen...fun, fun, fun.

I cannot wait to see the kimono top...my husband feel in love with D+G on his last trip to Italy...oh so nice.

And no surprise your smock tops were snatched up so quickly. =)

Felicia

LOL It is very beautiful.

Dacia

that's awesome! love the quote. and that vessel is very pretty. makes you wonder what the mold looked like.... probably pretty gross looking. :)

di

Hmmm only those crazy dutch designers from Droog would think to try such a thing..
Congrats on selling the dresses!

di

Hmmm only those crazy dutch designers from Droog would think to try such a thing..
Congrats on selling the dresses!

martha

I love everything Wanders(and MOOOI) does.
Beautiful fabric -can't wait to see what it becomes. I actually don't like the cutting out part so much. I like the contemplating the cutting though....

Gabrielle

I like this vase, it made me think of clouds rather than eggs.

I have just seen your last post with your beautiful linen dresses - these are so wonderful, the screenprint is divine.

corrie

ohhhhh love the dresses and can't wait to see the kimono top.... how very luxurious to use D&G!!!!!

Corrie:)

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