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  • Supatra Ratanadelok Na Phuket

    SUBSCRIBE HERE: This video is Part 2 in a series of tutorials I'm working on called Clothes from Clothes. In this video we start off simple with a project that just about anyone can do. Part 1: Part 2: I show you how to use the pattern you created in Part 1 to make the actual tank top. As us...

  • Felecia Almy

    ▶ So, this is how to finish a sleeve. This can be used on a dress as well. Yeah, this is good. How to Make a Tank Top- Part 2 - YouTube

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