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post #46 of 54
she is a keeper.
post #47 of 54
I finally got around to making one of these today (about to get started). a nice tight, small roll is very hard to do!

kudos to those who managed to do it so well.
post #48 of 54
inspired by this thread, i purchased some vintage kimono fabrics from ebay (top to bottom: wool, silk, wool). my girlfriend made these out of the fabrics:





not quite perfect, but she's certainly getting better at this!
post #49 of 54
did these a few months ago



abit of a pain, but not too bad once you get going.
post #50 of 54
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Originally Posted by nakky View Post
did these a few months ago



abit of a pain, but not too bad once you get going.

Very well done! Any more pictures?
post #51 of 54
Finally got around to taking pictures of the one I made a month or two ago. I used an old shirt A dime for roll size comparison. It's a pretty large roll.. making it small takes a lot of patience and effort.
post #52 of 54
Nice job, talented lady.

The one on the left works well for me as it's a solid blue.

Made me think about doing the same... Though the Duchess has enough on her plate with cleaning the golf clubs!
post #53 of 54
Those are all very nice. I've thought about giving it I try myself.
post #54 of 54
younger girls these days dont' know how to do the cooking, cleaning and 'traditional' womens' role. IS the art of 'homemaker' dissappearing?
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