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August 5, 2009


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This is wonderful -- thank you so much for sharing your ideas! My mom, sister and I are already planning a trip to the thrift store for some super-large man's shirts. :-)

In Christ,

Carreen A.

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The tutorials are great! I can figure things out so much better with photos! Thanks! VERY CUTE!


I love this! What a great idea!!

I'm featuring your Nana's dishcloths on my blog today! :)


Hello! Yes...the tutorials are GREAT! You ladies are so creative and delightful! I would love to see more tutorials in the future!

Joyfully in Jesus,


oh! oh! keep them coming!!!!!!!!!!! i have already learned so much!

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When wearing, wrap the cumberbund around your waist, having the opening to the side. Achaia uses safety pins (pinned from the wrong side) to hold her cumberbund in place. But you could also use several hooks and eyes, sewn at the edges on both ends of the cumberbund, to fasten it. And, for the really adventurous, you could sew on button-and-loop closures!

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