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From my last refashion, part II: The photos!

In my last post I have only uncovered a little bit from the first refashion I made on July. I didn't want to show you the whole thing before, because it was late and dark, and I wanted you to see cute pictures of it, because it deserves to be shown the best way possible. hehe
So, as promised, here are better/full pictures from my latest refashion. I really like it now.

I've been working in the next piece, I can say that I have used a t-shirt and a sweat-shirt for my next refashion. It's something I've been wanting to make for a while, and I am so happy I am finally getting there. Just a few details left to be done and I'll succeed on the second week of my self challenge. Of course, I will show it to you, as soon as possible too. 

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  1. How cute! I love the shirt. What did you sew onto the edges of the tank top? I've tried to sew tank tops before, but they always end up looking wonky when I hem the arm holes. Yours looks great, though!

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  2. A lovely top and a great way to refashion those old pants!!! The red binding really finishes it off well...

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  3. That turned out great! Well done! I did a refashion this week too. Check it out at http://pinspiring.blogspot.com

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  4. Great transformation - perfect for summer. Thanks for linking to Craftastic Monday at Sew Can Do:)

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  5. Magda,
    we would love it, if you would come over and link this up to our Make for Mom's Month of May linky party. http://shaffer-sisters.blogspot.com/2013/05/make-for-mom-link-up.html It is a super cute outfit!
    Way to go Momma!
    with love
    -Jo

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  6. love it! And when I saw the photos of "before" OMG! an incredible transformation!!

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    1. Thank you! Yes, it turned out pretty different!

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  7. We are featuring you tomorrow over at http://shaffer-sisters.blogspot.com/. Thanks for linking up. Feel free to stop by and grab a button.
    with love,
    Jo

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