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What Do?

September 21st, 2011 by Selise

So, the wonderful Hen has been pretty darn busy being super rad, of late. Not only did she snag an utterly awesome shirt for The Man (even though I cut it up and claimed it as my own before he even had a chance to try it on), but she found this wicked fabric for me!

Isn’t it glorious? And totally in need of an iron? My bad.

Anyway, it’s spectacular, only…I don’t know what to do with it! I feel it needs to be made into something worthy of it’s white hot excellence but I just don’t know what.

And that’s where you crazy kids come in. Suggestions! Please! 

And as a reward, I will post photos of the creation process. So you can really see how short my fuse is when things don’t immediately go my way. Also probably present: much frowning and cussing.

So please, suggest away!

Oh, here are the measurements. Yeah, I totally wrote it on grid paper to make it look more mathematical. I was gonna try and work out the conversions myself but then I remembered, “Hey, Google” and also, “Hey, I don’t actually know how many centimetres are in an inch” and then, “Hey, I’m gonna draw a skull with anchors behind it. Neat!”

Fabric: Courtesy of Hen 

7 Responses

  1. Annabel says:

    lovinggggg that print!


  2. Kat says:

    Gorgeous! You could make a really simple gathered skirt with it to showcase the print. It would look cool with some black trim (lace or even ric rac) around the bottom too.

  3. Don't Think Twice says:

    loveeee the print^^


    xoxo dear!! πŸ™‚

  4. Claire says:

    A badass oven mitt πŸ™‚

  5. Tamara says:

    wow I just discovered your blog and really like it. Think you have great style and am following now! Definitely a new fan! You are very inspiring
    Pop up by my page when you get a chance xoxo Tamara

  6. CMA says:

    love your blog!
    hurry and come enter my giveaway for a GORGEOUS black strapless dress from PromGirl, valued at over $150! the giveaway is open until this sunday at midnight, so get to it! i hope to see your name as an entry!


  7. helenkrusher says:

    You're welcome darl! I liked it as the 'mysterious pantry drape' from before, but I know you'll find something even more bulbous and whacky to do with it.

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