Favorite Asymmetrical Refashion

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  • Sue Fleming - 7 years ago

    All three creations are lovely, Sarah's is just gorgeous!

  • Jamie - 7 years ago

    What a wonderful time this has been! Many thanks to the talented contestants who shared their creativity and skill with us.

  • Teri Walthour - 7 years ago

    I am with all these other ladies! This was the most difficult week to vote! What it finally came down to for me was....which one would I wear? And that is how I voted this week. I have enjoyed all the fabulous creations that the ladies have made. Wish I was half as creative as any one of them. Sometimes I get a great idea, then don't follow thru. The ideas have been encouraging!

  • Dawn - 7 years ago

    These are amazing! I totally agree with Brenda (above) these were the very hardest to vote for. I thought all three showed so much skill and creativity. Knocked my socks off! I did not expect to like any of them much as I am all about symmetry...boy was I wrong. But a shower curtain!?!?!? Just ..WOW!

  • Marilyn Griffin - 7 years ago

    I always love your site...and to watch all of the transformations...
    much talent comes through!

  • SallyAnn - 7 years ago

    Well I thought that this part of the competition would be as hard to figure out who to vote for also, but for a different reason. I don't usually like asymmetrical designs. Boy was I wrong. Not about it being hard to figure out who to vote for, but that I wouldn't like any of the designs. They were all beautifully creative as usual. So again I struggled with who to vote for, but this has been so much fun. Thanks to Beth for putting this on for all of us, and thanks to all the ladies for sharing your creativity and skills.

  • Dee Reese - 7 years ago

    Beautiful dresses ! All three are very creative, outstanding and show great workmanship. Love it.

  • Judy galligan - 7 years ago

    It's so great seeing all this talent. I look at things and wonder what to do with them to create something
    Different and fun. These ladies can see and create something usable and wonderful

  • Brenda - 7 years ago

    I am so inspired by all the creations in these challenges. I am a "newbie" refashioner, someone who used to make her own clothes all the way through college and then packed the sewing machine away. I think all three dresses are amazing, but I gave my vote to the shower-curtain-into-funky-dress both because it is so unexpected and because I believe it meets the challenge the best, in terms of creating an asymmetrical garment. Good luck to all of you and thank you for sharing your considerable talents with us.

  • Sarah A. - 7 years ago

    I've been happily reading and voting for each installment. All of you ladies from start to finish have done a marvelous job! I love to refashion things, too, usually big garments into pretty girls dresses or skirts. :) This week I had to vote once again for Sarah. All three of the contestants were just great, the flamingo dress is probably the most unique of the three, but I highly admire the quality of workmanship of Sarah's pink dress, and the total transformation of it as well. Understated in it's final state but absolutely beautiful. :) Great job, all of you!

  • Ruth L - 7 years ago

    I really loved each of the creations this week! Although I would actually wear Sarah's beautiful pink dress, I think the flamingo shower curtain was genius! Looking at the photo of it, I thought "What can she possibly make with that?!?" Well, her dress was beautiful and I think that The Shower Curtain Dress truly embodies REFASHION!!!

  • Laura Garrett - 7 years ago

    Congratulations to all the ladies who participated in this fun challenge. You are all winners, using discarded pieces and transforming them into fashion runway-worthy beauties. WOW! I'm so impressed and proud of you all. Sarah, you are about the cutest thing I ever saw and your vision for these outdated frocks is just amazing. You have my vote and my promise to follow your blog. Can't wait to see what you make next! :-)

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