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Tutu-tastic!

Don’t you just love receiving big parcels in the post? This is what arrived recently.

A massive pile of tutu netting in a rainbow of colours. Doesn’t that look wonderful? It makes me all excited and impatient to get making amazing tutus and other wicked faerie creations! This was a bargain buy on ebay as they are end-of-roll pieces and remnants from a dance clothing shop. All that’s needed is a little imagination to turn them into something wonderful! I’ll keep you posted if I manage it.

Threads of a Fairytale,
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