Unlikely Source

While digging through the 25 cent box at Helping Hands, I found a sage green sheet with a white leaf print. I thought it would make a lovely summer dress. The problem:

ink stains

Ink Stains

So I dug a little deeper and found the fitted sheet that matched. It too was stained.

Who goes to bed with a sharpie?

At 25 cents each I splurged and bought both sheets knowing I would be able to cut around the stains to make a

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summery frock

with a matching padded hangerimg_6262

The pattern and belt were also thrift store finds. Whole outfit less than $5.

There is still quite a bit of fabric left. In the future you may see another project from the same sheet.

 

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3 Responses to Unlikely Source

  1. Great use of the sheet fabric. I love the cool leafy green with the white leaf pattern, perfect summery dress. Cheers, Michele

  2. Leigh says:

    You are so clever! The fabric is gorgeous and it looks like a lovely style to wear – well done you!

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