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Hole in One

The byproduct of a clever clothing line: darling toddler t-shirts.


(Photo By Heath Robbins)
By Janice O'Leary
May 13, 2007

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Do you prefer doughnut holes to doughnuts? This idea is similar. To make her signature The Hole Thing sweaters, Louise Cady-Fernandes buys up thrift-store wool sweaters, felts them with repeated trips through the washer and dryer, then cuts holes into the thick fabric. Wear one with a colored shirt underneath, and the holes become windows. A cute byproduct (and here’s ... (Full article: 96 words)

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