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Not sure what I can offer in return - if my sewing skills were up to anything i’d be doing it myself! I make some rather tasty (if I do say so myself) cookies and/or Weetabix cake, but not sure if that would equate to the amount of work it might be… Anyway - make a suggestion (cold hard cash *may* be an option, but not till the tax credits come in!).
The skirt is a double layer of very thin fabric (I’m guessing cotton). Top layer is lilac, bottom layer slightly darker purple. It’s panelled I’m afraid, which I know makes a difference to what can be done. Couple of little holes in it - mostly round the bottom (of the skirt, not round my bottom!), but otherwise I want to reuse it just because it looks a bit tatty really!
I’d really like a couple of lightweight long-sleeved tunic style tops for Grace, who fits age 3 clothes, but anything really, if you look at it and think that wouldn’t work.
Anyway, if anyone fancies the challenge, let me know!
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