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finished dress with yo-yos

jane4878 | Posted in Photo Gallery on

Ohh she is sooo cute and the dress is adorable.



  1. fabricholic | | #1

    Thank you. When they are that age, they don't fuss much about their clothes.

    1. MaryinColorado | | #7

      It got deleted before i could see it, boo hoo! 

      1. sewfar | | #8

        Like you when I read the post there was no longer a picture to view but the dress does sound adorable and so original. Can the picture be posted again so those of us who missed it the first time can see it?

        1. MaryinColorado | | #9

          She decided to remove the picture for the child's safety on the web.  Maybe someone has instructions how to blur the face when we post photos?

          1. sewfar | | #10

            good idea. Maybe we should just post pictures of the garment when a child is involved

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            ThreadKoe | | #11

            You can do that in any photo editing or paint program. Import the photo, then use a blur or any other editing tool that will soften the face or head area so it is unrecognizable. Or crop the picture so the head is cropped out of the pic before posting. You can also overlay the pic with another symbol like a happy face. It takes a bit of playing around, but it can be done fairly easily. Cathy

          3. MaryinColorado | | #12

            cool beans!  That's an excellent technique to know! Thank you!  Mary

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    rodezzy2 | | #2

    Just adorable and the model is just kissably cute.  The of her with the flower blowing in the wind should be on TV. 

    1. fabricholic | | #3

      She grabbed a clover flower bud and gave one to her mom and one to me. If you see a cut on her head, it's from an accident she had Thursday. She was at daycare and was running toward her mom when she slipped on some books on the floor and crashed, I mean hard, into the wall. It scared my daughter so bad. She is fine, though, just a little bump and cut,thanks to our good Lord.Marcy

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        rodezzy2 | | #6

        Thank goodness, our children are so precious.

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    ThreadKoe | | #4

    What a cutie, and she obviously loves the dress her nana made her! Great job! Love the yo-yo accents. Makes the dress extra special. Cathy

    1. fabricholic | | #5

      Thanks, Cathy.

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