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Fabrics I am taking

Black knit - 3 tops, 2 long-sleeved, 1 tank top

Blue pinstripe - 2 dresses for Fanny, one Victorian, one modern

Yellow floral calico - napkins, apron for the dishwashing liquid

Pink rose calico - napkins, other side of dishwashing liquid apron, Regency dress for Rose

Snow White fabric - apron, placemats, tea towels.

Blue striped knit - tank top, tea towels.

Pink glitter fabric - wrap-around skirt, princess dress for Marguerite.

Also remember -
matching thread
iron-on velcro
all needed patterns
lace: small tea-stained and yellow vintage

Also -
embroidering my tea towel curtains

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