Monday, April 2, 2012

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here's a little snippet of the weekend.   i went to fabrika in savannah and got this red riding hood fabric.i'm so excited for it to turn into a dress! i also cut out fabric for three other dresses. i found this to be easier to do when mike is home, so he can hold fig. i have to lay out the fabric on the floor, and she always wants to come and lay on top of it and tries to eat the pins.
i also read some in one of my favorite books. my mom read it to us when we were little, and i was really happy to learn that it's actually the first in a series. so i got the rest on my kindle all ready to go.
and lastly, this weekend we ate lots of guacamole!

11 comments:

  1. I love the fabric! I can't wait to see what you make with it.

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  2. I love the fabric I can't even tell you how much! I was looking at some similar in style for my daughters curtains. I've been thinking about it for a year but haven't followed through yet. I can't wait to see your new dresses!
    We too have been eating avacados I almost snapped a picture of one yesterday too. Haha

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  3. That is the cutest fabric!

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  4. so great! I really want to take a sewing class so I can make own dresses out of cute fabrics. Do you use a sewing machine or stitch by hand?

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  5. This fabric is wonderful! I just love this vintage style design. And its always a good idea to have some guacamole!

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  6. that fabric is the cutest i've ever seen!!
    can't wait to see the dress (:

    also i'm going to look for that book,
    with my baby almost here.
    i'm hoarding books to read to him,
    you can never have enough good books.
    thanks for sharing (:

    and now i'm craving some guacamole.

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  7. You have lovely lovely photos, my dear.

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  8. This doesn't really apply to this post, but I've noticed in other posts that you used to have your hair light pink and purple and I was wondering what hair dye you used for that.
    agemason[at]gmail[dot]com

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