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December 06, 2009


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Very cute, Jenny!


I love this post, I love this post, I love this post...I like ruffles :)! Thanks for writing!


That is adorable! I too am a usually a little more understated with my clothing, but I'm starting to like to wear fun accents like this.
Sorry about your kiddos; hang in there! I once had two bouts of chicken pox end to end (one was a 7 month old) and didn't get out of the house for 3 weeks.

Fawn@Party of Five

So funny, because I've been upstairs working on a ruffle scarf similar to this! I saw one at Ann Taylor and kind of fell in love, but not with the price. So I'm attempting to recreate it--yours looks great!


What a cool scarf tutorial!! I love the end result and I totally want one now!! Thanks so much for linking to Poppies at Play!! Come again!!

tammy hebert

Thanks for the tutorial..I also love the other projects you had - like the pillowcase dress and how to alter a plain tshirt.


Cha Cha

I love this, maybe I can find time after Christmas to do this. Thanks for sharing. I hope you and your family have a MERRY CHRISTMAS


just found your great blog via howaboutorange — thanks for sharing this clever technique; I want to try it out : D

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It is so cute but I prefer to create these things with my own techniques for example weaving my creations.

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