Tina at sent me a to the pillow above; I need to put it on my couch and sit next to it wearing my letter/number dress, don't I?
Dilly sent a link to these from the UK chain Office, which makes it very difficult for people to grab their pics. I guess you'll have to click on the link if you want to see them.
Remember those "Four Yard Line" patterns? There's also a One Yard Line line: check out (Butterick 9475), sent by Myra.
Ann sent a great link to a post by , where she quotes an old sewing manual about how to be properly dressed when you sit down at the machine. Priceless. (Ann also sent a link to , which passes along gently used prom dresses to girls who need them.)
Hana in Brno sent a link to — a wedding dress made completely of dollar store materials. It looks pretty good!
I know I haven't said much about the lately (I think we need to have another contest), but we have another seller who is happy to have her images loaded up into it: .
Blogreader Carol has a . Check it out!
sent this, which is up right now on eBay (click the image). Isn't it cute?
Doug (yeah, I said Doug) sent to a site called Unraveling Histories, which features dresses made from silk RAF parachutists' maps. The site is hard to navigate and even harder to pull pics from but it's definitely worth a link! And there's a Dutch version.
Lee (at ) sent in pictures of her Duro! And it's her first dress! You should click the link and check it out, her color choice is beautiful.
Stephanie sent in this Whole Food halter dress, in the front of her local WF in Oakland:
The *very* funny Jonathan Caws-Elwitt has made up these t-shirts (click the image to visit his CafePress store):
Whew! I think that's it for this Friday. Wouldn't want to break the internet …