She bought two chairs but didn't like the upholstery, so we covered them with green linen.
Her new daughter-in-law is from India, and sent her several yards of fabric that represent the daughter's family and heritage. She asked if I could make it into a dress she could wear to the wedding bruncheon, and so I did.
The dress was too small across the back by nine inches and too long in the torso by about five inches. I added a placket and shortened the bodice for a perfect fit.
She had purchased some European pants that were very skinny through the thigh and knee. I opened up the inside seam and inserted a lace paneling.
The dress was too small across the back by about four inches, so I turned the zipper into a corset.
She bought the dress at Goodwill and didn't like the high neckline. I lowered the neckline to a more flattering shape.
I bought these ordinary cloth diapers at the store, then added 6" strips of fabric. Boom -- cute burp cloths.
She had a theme party and a pile of fabric. I made a princess seamed dress with straps.
She loved her dress and wanted an exact replica.