Wednesday, December 15, 2010

There is Only One Thing This Fabric Can Be Made Into



And yet, when I bought it two years ago, the cutting-table staff asked me, "So, what are you going to make with this?"

Roll eyes.


Tsk.

Isn't it obvious?


26 comments:

  1. Mermaid tails or some other fishy related project?

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  2. A mermaid costume!!!! At least, that's what I made mine into when I bought exactly the same fabric in Coventry, UK.

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  3. Er, ummmm, actually no. Aquarium? Something else in the fishy reign?

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  4. Looks a bit like a swim suit I had when I was 7.

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  5. If I bought it it would be to make a dragon or a mermaid tail. Am I close?

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  6. Oh my! You always make me laugh!
    I think I shall not guess and wait to see for myself (please don't roll the eyes at me:)
    Although to tell the truth I make weird things with fabric so the staff at the 2- 3 shops I am regular with stopped asking me that. I bet they are the ones rolling their eyes in disbelief!

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  7. Must be Ariel´s´tail. No other options available. (still rolling your eyes?)

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  8. Rainbow fish! That would make a perfect Rainbow fish!

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  9. I must be out of it because it is NOT obvious to me. :-)

    But it looks like a mermaid.

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  10. i used a green version of this stuff to make a mermaid tail for the 3 year old's halloween costume. :o)

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  11. Dinosaur!

    Or at least, that's what my dinosaur-saturated brain says. It's all my daughter will talk about.

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  12. A mermaid's tail?

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  13. Well isn't it? It's going to be a lovely sparkly blue fairy house!

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  14. Something mermish of course...most likely of the feminine type, a mermaid.

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  15. It looks like a mermaid tail to me :)

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  16. Hm. I can think of several things to make it into... a mermaid for one! Or a fish (like the Rainbow Fish)... Fun fabric for sure and I can't wait to see what you do with it!

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  17. If you bought it at JoAnn's, the sales clerks are programmed to automatically chant, "What are you going to make with this?" as they cut your yardage. Many, I observe, do not actually give a crap about what the customers are making. I have, to my own amusement, made up bizarre stories when answering their question.

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  18. Oh my - I must have been on "morning brain" when I replied before. Obviously it's not a "mermaid tale" but a "mermaid tail". Really, I do know how to spell!

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