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I marked the dress 22 inches above the hem.

<p>I love this! I think you should make a matching crop top from the other half. It would be really cool.</p>
Thanks everyone! I'm glad you liked this project!
Final picture: soooo cute! Thanks for the inspiring ible :)!
<p>Lovely! Great job! I am into upcycling too &quot;)</p>
<p>Lovely! Great job! I am into upcycling too &quot;)</p>
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<p>Yeah thrift shopping is ultra cool.</p><p>However, because big men's clothes are hard to get, men tend to wear them until they are fluff and fibre and so you never get anything to fit the big guys at the thrift shop...</p><p>Enjoy it though, because there is some nice stufff about.</p>
Cute! I like to upcycle clothes too.
i would even where that! i normally hate skirts :) thats an achivement in itself
<p>Looks stylish! </p>
<p>love this. I like to re-purpose things from the thrift stores also. some of my favorite clothes are re-done from the thrift store or from yard sales. I don't look at something and wonder if it will fit, I look at it and ask what can I make with this? </p>
<p>This is really clever! So cute, and simple. Sometimes my favorite Instructables are the simplest.</p>

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