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Collection: War, What is it Good For?
I live in Austin, TX. I was a Peace Corps Vol. in The Gambia, West Africa. I have also lived in Cameroon,(Bombay and Chennai) India, Barbados, Senegal, Ivory Coast, Djibouti, Germany, Afghanistan, Sweden, and France. Enjoy!
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This is a design of appreciation and affection for our sisters in arms - a special kind of love letter! I imagine this design, in the crepe de chine, made into teddies, little boxers, slips, and other undergarments and worn beneath a lady marine's unifor
a variation on Semper Fi - always loyal, US Marine Corps motto; This design can be resized larger or smaller BEFORE a purchase - contact me with your requirements. All rights reserved Â© Susan Malcik, 2012.
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Yay!! Congratulations (one of those votes was mine)! I totally agree with Motyka's comments: very good, strong work indeed.
Posted over 3 years ago.
YEAH - this design placed #314 out of 375 in the Love Letters contest!
It totally rocks! It's the kind of design that needed to be created and shared. Strong work.
Thanks Rhonda and Su for your comments. and Sewingdeb728 - it may be time to break away from quilts and make that teddy in silk you always wanted!
The juxtaposition of feminine colours and motifs with the bold message of strength in military terms, adds a dramatic impact to this interesting design!
Love it! And your unique style... it would be really neat as undergarments, especially teddies that might be glimpsed under the uniform...
I posted your fabric on FB. It struck as being very poignant. I just don't know how some 61 year old like me would put it in a quilt! Just kidding. About the quilt. I hate making them.
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