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March 11, 2010

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Marcela

What a great tip, Zita. I'll be looking for some cheesecloth for sure!

Debra

Hi Zita, come on over to the blog, you won one of the Paris Rosettes!!!! Just email me with your address and I'll send it on over to Jill!
big hugs,
Debra

Debbie York

Won't one of those rosettes look beautiful pinned on your "new" scarves? Lucky dog!!!
How did you get all the different textures...was it just a result of the dying? Love them and I always love going to the farmhouse.
Debbie

Laura

Wow, cheesecloth scarves - what a great idea! My daughter looooooooves scarves, I'll have to make that a weekend project for her, she'll love it! Glad you had a nice relaxing week!

Nancy ~ Fete et Fleur

That is a great idea! I love your farmhouse!!

Nancy

Vicki Archer

Very pretty scarves and a clever idea...I love your antique slips the most. Have a happy weekend, xv.

tara

Before I read your last part i thought to myself that cheese cloth would make a great scarf!! ha ha! can't wait to see it on your mannequin. Glad you had some time to rest and play!

Connie

I have got to have one of these for my new 'old' dressform! I've never dyed anything before but I'm gonna try it! Thanks for the inspiration!

Janet

the colors in your rainbow are so sweet and beautiful! sounds like a fun week!

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