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April 29, 2013

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stashdragon

All your RenFair posts are so inspiring, they've nearly pushed me to take up sewing again. Then the thought of the steep learning curve, the wasted materials, and the inevitable cursing holds me back. Who knows which way the balance will tip?

Mary Lou

Huzzah, indeed. A very impressive undertaking. I hope the girls don't outgrow these too soon!

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