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Thread: Another use for Shirt Cuffs

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    Another use for Shirt Cuffs

    This lady made an apron from a man's shirt and for the lower pocket she used the lower part of the sleeve including the cuff.
    http://cutiepinwheel.blogspot.de/201...ot-to-pin.html

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    Great link. Thanks! Love the apron from the ladies shirt too.
    Jean

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    how clever!
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    Really clever reuse!
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    Started not to look at this post....I'm so glad I did!!! adorable. Going to Goodwill today! Thanks!
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    Love the red and white one!
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    cute for sure .. Grand daughters will love their new aprons at Christmas this year .. LOL one more project for them .. LOL
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    What a cute idea! I wish I had more time so that I could try out all the wonderful ideas on this board.

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    Wow How cute!

    Quote Originally Posted by jeaninmaine View Post
    This lady made an apron from a man's shirt and for the lower pocket she used the lower part of the sleeve including the cuff.
    http://cutiepinwheel.blogspot.de/201...ot-to-pin.html
    Oh I can hardly wait for the tutorial for this. They are adorable. and I could use an apron

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    She did a tutorial on the blue one at:
    http://cutiepinwheel.blogspot.com/20...-part-one.html

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