Loveralls~ Again.June 12, 2017 / bymotherof5 / Categories : Feeds
Tildy absolutely LOVES her Loveralls and wears them every weekend.
When she found the silver denim in my stash she almost hyperventilated
I sort of wouldn't mind a pair myself.
Size 5 with the length of size 8.
Stretchy metallic denim from Spotlight.
Sleek, shiny, stretchy goodness.
Copper hardware and black topstitching.
I love my overalls. So when mum said something about overalls with shiny fabric I straight away said 'YES'!
They are shiny and I like shiny. Shiny is my favourite colour, it reminds me of stars in the night sky with no clouds in it and it is SHINY!!!
I think she likes her shiny Loveralls...
Thanks for reading.
PS Last time I said not to trim one front panel but this time I did have to trim it, not sure why.... I would leave it as is and trim at the last step, just to be safe.
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