I have a quick question...

What's your favorite tutorial?
Of mine, that is.

I have a reason for asking, but I'll have to tell you another day. :O) If you wouldn't mind sharing real quickly, pretty please, I'd appreciate it so much!

Love,
Disney

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  1. I would say the Shirred Shirt Dress. It's cute.

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  2. I have yet to try your tutorial, but I LOVE the burberry inspired ruffle coasters. A little bit feminine, a little bit masculine. Perfect!

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  3. you jewelry tutorials are my all time favorite..so I will like jewelry DIY..
    keep sharing :)

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  4. I like the no-sew fleece capelet. It is so adorable.

    A jewelry blog.
    http://www.houseofavandan.blogspot.com

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  5. The ideas for using lace applique. I'm a new reader and was just browsing through your tutorials and that's definitely one I'm going to try soon!

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  6. The shirring one in sewing basics. Use your method all the time now. Thank you! ;)

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  7. This one probably is my ultimate favorite out of all my favorites. :)

    http://www.rufflesandstuff.com/2011/05/dress-refashion-tutorial.html

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  8. The head band and jewellery tutorials!

    http://paperdollsquared.blogspot.com/

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  9. Hmmm... Chanel Inspired Ruffle Cuffs and Collar :)

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  10. My Favorite and most memorable tutorial is the Winter Wonderland Dress, its so adorable!

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  11. My favorite is the bubble skirt :) I already made it ;)
    The other one is the simple bow in hair.

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  12. Fancy Pants Frames!!! SOOOO CUTE!!!

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  13. Definitely the Chanel ruffle cuffs!

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  14. The Bouquet Tee is super pretty :) I can't wait until I finally have a chance to make one of my own.

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  15. Pom-pom lamp. It's on my project list :)

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  16. Either the message board or the ruffle lampshade! Definitely my favs

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  17. The book clock! I made one, and I just love it. (:

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  18. I love them all, but my favorite is the "Pocket Full of Posies" dress! It is beautiful!

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  19. I love the pleated shoulder bag, I have yet to make it but I did get fabric for one, so it's on my list of pretties to make

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  20. It's really hard just to choose one!!!!! But the "She's a Lady" Cardigan Tutorial! is the best! Easy and really pretty!!

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  21. All of your tutorials are awesome, and I love that you do so many refashions. I love the petal tee tutorial. I used it to make my daughter's Halloween costume (she was a fairy).

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  22. I love the ruffled unbrella. I did it on my green and white pockadot unbrella. I also love the clothes you make.

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  23. I really loved the 'making her clothes last' posts. It actually was the inspiration for me to take up sewing! Oh, and also the ladylike skirt tutorial. So cute!

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  24. I like the "Gardens at Dusk" Tank Tutorial

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  25. I started following after seeing the Chuck Norris T-Shirt Pillow Tutorial. I liked the simple directions!

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  26. I really like the dress refashion tutorial, mainly because it is so inspiring! since you posted it, I look at every dress/sweater/pants with a pretty fabric and think of how I could make them work for me.
    Julia

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  27. Ruffly Umbrella...so cute and easy :)

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  28. I got started making skirts with the 20 minute skirt tutorial. Great step by steps that made it a lot easier to follow. And maybe it takes a person with some sewing history to make it in 20, but I struggled through and finished in an hour. :) let's just say i'm better now. thanks!

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  29. My fav is the No-Sew Fleece Capelet, made one for my little girl, she loves it!!!

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  30. Ruffle Lampshade!

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  31. Pleated cardigan!

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  32. Disney, I have always loved your Isotoner slippers. They are lovely.

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  33. Adults - 3 way skirt/dress and for the kids - Beachcomber dress. Love the no sew fleece caplet also. Ahh.. who am I kidding - too hard to pick just 1, but if I have to.. would be 3 way skirt I guess :)

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  34. the slippers with flowers - my granmother-in-law raves about them every time i see her :) plus i've used that flower tutorial over and over

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  35. You have done so many lovely tutorials it is very difficult to say, my favourite is probably the chanel style cuffs and colour, or maybe the lemonade dress

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  36. I loved the J Crew-inspired pearl necklace- Made a great and easy gift.
    Close second would be the beachcomber dress!

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  37. I love all of the headband/headwrap ideas you have, but the Lauren headband tutorial is my favorite.

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  38. the sweater turned into a hat, SOOOOOOO ADORABLE!!! It may be an old one but it's still my favorite.

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  39. I love the "She's a Lady" cardigan refashion. So cute :)

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  40. If I have to choose one it would be the eyeglass case made from a potholder.

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  41. honestly, all of them most especially any of the ones related to necklaces and earrings.. but my absolute favourite woudld be the 'No-Sew Fabric Flower Tutorial'. So easy and beautiful!

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  42. the Chanel Inspired Ruffle Cuffs and Collar

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  43. The She's a Lady cardigan, it looks so lovely!

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  44. I loved your tutorial on how you made that little book for your daughter. I'm in the process of making one for my baby girl right now, and your directions are ever so helpful - i'm following them to a T! Not only did that story make me tear up a bit at how sweet a mother/daughter relationship is, it inspired me to do the same thing for my child.

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  45. I love your earring DIY! I have already made four pairs for myself and 2 for each of my sister-in-laws. Its like a whole new world and a great way to have awesome, unique earrings (I get pretty tired of looking in store after store....)

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  46. I love the skort tutorial. But I find myself coming back to the shirring tute over and over again. I will shirr a lot for a few weeks, then not pick it up again for months, so I come back to that tutorial to help remind me! =)

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  47. my fave and the one that stands out is that pretty plaid capelet you made paige..so pretty!

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  48. Now this is a hard question b/c you have so many amazing tutorials. But my top three would have to be:

    1. Pleated Bag (It was the first real bag I ever successfully made)

    2. Three Way Skirt Dress

    3. Pleated Cardigan

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  49. Mine would have to be your ruffle waisted skirt. I'm still in the process of trying to concoct my own :)

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  50. Either the petal tee or plaid capelet. Both are awesome, like their designer. :)

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  51. I love your simple bow tutorial! they're so easy to make!

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  52. which tutorial? i love all of them...

    but. if i had to choose one of them : bouquet tee

    :-)

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  53. THis one, http://www.rufflesandstuff.com/2010/07/gardens-at-dusk-tank-tutorial.html

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  54. Oh man! That is a tough question. I love them all! I do think the most unique was the ruffeled umbrella! Yours is the only one I have seen!!

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  55. Without hesitatio, the Lauren headband tutorial:
    http://www.rufflesandstuff.com/2010/07/lauren-headband-tutorial.html
    It is with it that I discovered your great blog.

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  56. The 20-minute dress. Already have 6 of them :)

    PS : thanks a lot for sharing you DIY, they're wonderful !

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  57. All of your ideas are incredible but today I like your tree stump pillow.

    Disney I can't seem to access your envelope templates for printing and I could really use them right now for some Valentine cards I am making. Can you help me with this. Thank you. Frances

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  58. The layered skirt: http://www.rufflesandstuff.com/2010/04/murpheys-layered-skirt.html

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  59. Frances: Oh, I forgot that silly Blogger changed it's photo display thingy. I'll try to fix it tonight, but in the mean time, you should be able to right-click the templates and open in a new window, then print. :o)

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  60. It's so hard to choose. You are very creative, but I think my favorite is the scarf and gloves out of old socks tutorial. Best wishes on whatever this is for. :)

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  61. My favorite is the dress refashion. I haven't tried yet, but it looks super fun for summer. :0)

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  62. I dont know if this even counts, but your tute on sewing ruffles! I am brand-new to sewing and that was AWESOME in helping me get started!!

    Second to that would be the new-sew capelet! =)

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  63. Any of the tutorials where you showed us how to make kids clothes grow with them! Love those!

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  64. That's tough because I love so many of them!
    Of all that I've used, I have used the TShirt Ruffled Scarf one the most. I love it.

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  65. she's a lady cardigan! such a cute idea

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  66. The Winter Wonderland Dress! It's how I found you!

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  67. The pleated shoulder bag! I love mine.

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  68. Disney! Really thats like asking us how far is a piece of string :) How to choose but 1 tutorial thats a favourite... Well it was a painful task as I so do love them all, but my 2 year old daughter just LURVES her lollypop shirts that I made from that tute, and of course I get a choice too, so Though I havent made the ruffle skirt, I love that its 3 looks in one, an oh so super sweet, cute and ruffley pretty. Very feminine. Oh and my 7 year old son just said he loves the book clock an wants me to make him one with one of the vintage childrens books we collect from op shopping (you call them thrift shore in the US?)
    With love from Australia, Emma.

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  69. Love love Love (all of them) but mostly the "gardens at dusk" tank. Beautiful!

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  70. Disney, I LOVE your boquet t-shirt tutorial.
    Thanks for asking!

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  71. The fancy dress from a skirt one. It's the whole reason I started following you!
    http://www.rufflesandstuff.com/2009/10/tutorial-cheaters-guide-to-fancy-dress.html

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  72. I love the "field of flowers" vase, I think its gorgeous and smart. I made one for my mother's birthday, it was fun to make :)

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  73. "Gardens at Dusk" tank, I haven't gotten around to making it just yet but it is gorgeous.

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  74. the 30 minute skirt. i've made 7 of them

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  75. The pleated shoulder bag. Made it and love it. Thank you Disney. Such a welcoming blog with simple instructions.

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  76. What a tricky question. You have made so many beautiful things!
    I'd then say my favourite is the Bouquet Tee as I made one and it is my favorite thsirt ;-)

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  78. The button earrings tutorial and the book clock love them!♥

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  79. Hi, I liked the ones, which I also tried: the knee-highs, ruffled t-shirt scarf!, pink shirred dress, sweater hat, necklace, cupcake felt-art, ruffle on the vest with a stain and other refashion ideas. I really liked the ruffled scarf and the ruffle on the vest though. My girls were stars with those. :)

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  80. The umbrella make-over you did for Dollar Store Crafts!

    Love, MaVee

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  81. The layered skirt from the simple projects week last September. That was an AWESOME! project. The pictures of Paige are so adorable. She couldn't be any cuter then.

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  82. I love the pleated cardigan re-fashion and the Ann Taylor-inspired ruffle tank. too cute!

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  83. refashions in general. my favs are the womens, just bc i feel like its harder to refashion something for an adult that doesnt look too homemade. kids are easier

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  84. are you serious woman?! asking us to pick our favorite, is soooo hard! I guess I would have to pick the handkerchief rosette. : )

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  85. Definitely the book clock. So beautiful! After coming across your tutorial, I made book clocks for everyone in my family for Christmas.

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  86. I love the layered ruffle skirt tutorial! Easy and quick!

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  87. There are toooooo many to pick one. Jcrew inspired necklace, t-shirt apron, pleated shoulder bag, and button earings. <3

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  88. I love the tight to knee high socks. Also the Cowl Sweater scarf!
    Actually thay are all awesome! I wish I had more time to do them all! :)

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  89. The pleated shoulder bag? And the simple bows? And everything else? They're all so lovely.

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  90. I liked the 20 minute skirt. It looked so easy I ACTUALLY attempted it

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  91. The 30-minute skirt!!

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  92. Very hard to pick just one; so here are my all time favorites/can't do without:
    Ruffle Necklace Waffle-Knit Tee
    Bubble Skirt from Tights Tops
    Flower Bath Puff from an Old Towel
    Ruffled Shower Curtain Umbrella for Dollar Store Crafts
    $5 Pom-pom Lamp
    Chanel Inspired Ruffle Cuffs and Collar
    Blair Waldorf Capelet
    (A Cheater's Guide to a) Bib Necklace

    There they are! Hope this helps somehow.

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  93. I like the Monster pillow tutorial and also all your jewelry tutorials. I do a lot of sewing, but jewelry is something I've always been scared to try, and your tutorials make it look so easy!

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  94. I haven't tried it yet, but I am dying to use your Chanel inspired ruffle collar and cuffs! I have three shirts my boyfriend discarded from his closet I rescued for that very purpose :)

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  95. I loved you Braided Headband tutorial! Simple and gorgeous!

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  96. I love your blog in general, I check it everyday to see if you have a new post. It is very hard to pick a favorite tutorial, but I think I will choose the sweater headwrap just because it was what came to my mind the quickest when you asked for our favorite.

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  97. I*heart* scarves... so my #1 is Easy Ruffled T-shirt Scarf !

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  98. the simple bows tutorial is my favorite. : )

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  99. The leatherette headband but actually like all of your tutorials. So much fun!!

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  100. I love all your ideas, but I think this one is my favorite - so easy and so cute! It's brilliant!

    http://www.rufflesandstuff.com/2011/09/simple-projects-week-necklaces.html

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  101. This is the one I most love, the rose cuff bracelet.

    http://www.rufflesandstuff.com/2010/04/rose-cuff-bracelet.html

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  102. That's a hard question! Imma go with the sleeping bag tutorial. :)

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  103. I really love the Paper Bag Skirt Refashion of yours! But really, there can never be just one favorite.
    I love the J Crew inspired pearl necklace, elastic scrunch belt, Chanel inspired Ruffle Cuffs and collar...
    I am going to click on another set of tutorials and letting you know my favorites there, in a while :) that is

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  104. The fleece capelet for little girls. :) I couldn't believe that something so adorable could be so achievable, even for a novice crafter like me. Love it.

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  105. Hi, Disney, I've been following your blog for a while and even though it is so difficult to single out just one tute, I'd say "The lace trimmings scarf" that I hope to reproduce some day :) http://www.rufflesandstuff.com/2009/12/all-trimmings-scarf.html. Thank you for generously sharing all your crafty ideas with us!

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  106. This is tough. There is a lot that I really like but I have actually made the flower t-shirt. The one with the knit that are ruffled into a flower. (Yours is a peachy/pink)
    Yours is cuter but mine is ok too! :)

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  107. Your yellow cardigan with the pleated satin and bow took my breath away the first time I saw it. Sheer genius!

    Oh and I love your little stuffed animals, the fox and raccoon. Adorable!

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  108. I think I like the lemonade dress tutorial the most, but your tutorials are always very cute so it`s a little bit hard to choose ^^

    Have a nice day
    Cypriana

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  109. I also have to say your "All the Trimmings scarf" is my favorite. I made myself one to wear in the evening of my wedding day! Although I love everything you make, I think this was the only thing I've copied for myself. It's just beautiful!

    http://www.rufflesandstuff.com/2009/12/all-trimmings-scarf.html

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  110. Thank you for asking, Disney! I love your tutorials but my first and number one is The Bouquet Tree. I follow it and my shirt became great. Everybody that see it love it in a minute! Thank you for being such an inspiration for me! You are amazing!
    Lily

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  111. The Lauren Bow headband is my favorite.

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  112. Dear Disney

    This is so hard to say. I love so many of your tutorials. So I decided for 3 of them:

    1."She's a Lady" Cardigan Tutorial!
    2.Chanel Inspired Ruffle Collar and Cuffs
    3.Pippa and Rascal Pattern Download

    Thank you for sharing your ideas. I love you blog.

    Greetings from Switzerland
    Jackie

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  113. The dress refashion tutorial is my favorite. I'm dying to try it!
    Thanks for all the fun ideas!

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  114. Pom Pom Lamp! I made a pink one but since I live in a house full of boys, I'm searching for a place to use it :)

    I just LOVE my pom pom lamp though, and I never would have thought to do it without you!

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  115. new follower here! i've stopped by before and don't know what i wasn't following before! my favorite tutorial is your long necklace refashion. so simple yet so beautiful!

    Pinwheels and Peonies

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  116. Practically Free Pom-Pom Lamp!:-) Love it!!!

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  117. I like the pleated shoulder bag.

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  118. My favorite tutorial is the little girl's bubble skirt using old tights! Fabulous!

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  119. My favorite is the Winter Wonderland Dress. :)

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  120. I love them all! But I think my favorite one are the refasshion tutorials.
    Can`t wait to see what this is about!

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  121. I really love all of your sewing turorials. But, the most influential was the Family Tree Brooch or Pendant. That was the beginning of jewelry making for me. My mom (who has since passed) loved that brooch and wore it often.

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  122. I love the pleated scarf. I was due with my baby when you posted it. I literally- promptly ran out to get fabric and whipped it out while I was in labor, before leaving for the hospital! I later made one for my older daughter too after she wouldn't stop wearing mine around!

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  123. The peonies! I use them for/on everything!!!

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