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December 21, 2006

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Heather

This is so smart. Wow, I didn't know this could be done. Now I have another fun project and a way to use those scrap pieces that don't end up in garments, larger blankets, etc. Well Done!

Handmade Soap

What a great idea, i'll be adding it to my list of things to make and do aswell!!

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This is so smart. Wow, I didnt know this could be done. Now I have another fun project and a way to use those scrap pieces that dont end up in garments, larger blankets, etc. Well Done!

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Minyila

Regardless of their size, you can't consider the qntaitiuy of material in that way when it comes to clothes. You're paying for something that you believe looks good or is brand name or suits the weather and fits to your comfort. As a skinny person, I do know where you're coming from. If you're good at sewing like my girlfriend, you'll buy the XL shirts, and change it to a new outfit. This only really benefits you if you're buying larger sizes for making more clothes hahaReferences :

Angie

Buy vintage rllaey old worn bedding and towels for tiny fussie ,fuzzy kitens and kids (goats}!Have an animal rescue and rescue we do ducks. geese and Llamas, and horses a mustang,large pigs , a kitty from katrina named Katrina Love each and every one. We are blessed.Thanks Thrift Town .

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