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Spring For Cotton – one week left!

Spring For Cotton project photos are rolling into the Flickr group now and there are some real stunners! There’s about a week left to finish up (or get started lol) before April 30th. I’m finishing my project this weekend after what seems like 85 false starts and failed ideas – uhg!

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Anyways, don’t forget to upload your finished project to the Spring For Cotton Flickr Group! If you decided not to join us on Flickr, and still finished a project to share, please email photos to me (luckylucilleco at gmail) with Spring For Cotton in the subject.

I can’t wait to put together the final project video!

Don’t forget to use that #SpringForCotton hashtag so I can share your posts on twitter 🙂

xo
Rochelle

  • I’ve been lurking there lately and the projects are sooo fantastic! There is such a plethora of talent in the vintage sewing world. My stars, it always knocks my socks off.

    ♥ Jessica

  • Elena Knits

    I also expect to finish mine this weekend. I has taken longer than expected but I put extra care in all the little details. I hope it will pay off.

  • jannapyj

    I had such plans…my pattern is still sitting in front of my sewing machine untouched. Well, not untouched…I’ve picked it up, sighed over it, then set it back down. I keep hoping I’ll magically find some time to make it happen before next Thursday ends. If you can be a Fabric Wizard, maybe I can too??? :o)

    JJ
    http://www.dressupnotdown.blogspot.com

  • Wow! There are some really amazing makes in this flickr group. How cool!

  • I’m very excited to see what you have made! Just finished mine and photos done PHEW! Great group! And loved listening to playlist all the way through!

  • I have a vision of me running along the train platform, handkerchief waving, LOL. I am participating, if squeaking in at the last moment!

    I think having a Spring for Cotton playlist is the coolest thing ever!

  • Your dress is going to be fabulous! I so wanted to join in the fun but I couldn’t settle on a vintage pattern.