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Upcycling Indian Clothes

Just a quick post to urge you to take a look at Tara’s blog, Crowd Capture. She’s kindly written a lovely article about how I use traditional Indian clothing and turn them into new dresses and outfits. She’s also a big fan of revamping clothes, so have a read-through and maybe you’ll be inspired to have a go!

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