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by ysoldateague July 10, 2007

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Japanese short rows to dip the neckline a little at the front.

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Decreasing worked into the smocking stitch pattern.

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Thinking about possible fastenings.

And today I visited my flat to pick up some things, including these buttons, my dad is doing an amazing job and I’m dreaming of how all the details are going to come together into something beautiful.

Right now everything is dusty and not yet ready to be shared, except for this pretty thing.

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