Due to some unusual circumstances, I'm currently living in a partially-renovated house with my dad and his fiancé.His fiancé is a very sweet lady who is very thrifty. She makes all her own clothes and and will usually find a practical use for something, rather than throw it out (i.e recycling old bottles and jars to pot plants).I had a Baby The Stars Shine Bright Strawberry and Cherry Ruffle jumperskirt that I didn't wear anymore, so I was planning to sell it. From memory, it cost about $400.I put it out in the main room next to a pile of clothes I planned to donate to Good Sammies, so I'd remember to take photos of it for the sale. I then went away for a week to visit my grandparentsWhen I came back, I noticed the pile of clothes had disappeared. Cool, my dad and/or his fiancé had donated them for me. But wait... Where was the jumperskirt?It was then that I saw the sight portrayed in the uploaded. My dress had been cut up to to make an ironing board cover and a tablecloth. I don't know where the rest of the material is.It appeared that my dad's fiancé had assumed the jumperskirt was part of the donation pile, and thought there was no harm in 'recycling' it for her own uses. In her efforts to pretty up the concrete-y wasteland of a house, she had unknowingly destroyed an expensive brand dress.Literally the only thing I could do in that moment was stare blankly. I can't even be mad at her, she had no idea.So now I have a BTSSB ironing board and table cloth.
>>9052944Anon, I'm so sorry for your loss.
as heartbreaking as that isthat is now one kawaii ass ironing board
>>9052944this is pretty hilarious
Well, at least it went to good use...? Sort of? I-it looks really nice, anon.
a-at least you're the only person who has a btssb ironing board....my heart goes out to you anon.
a-anon i'm so sorry to hear that
>>9052944Jesus, I could see my mom doing something like this, but thankfully I don't live at home (has thrown out tons of my valuables before).Sorry for your loss anon.
>>9052944Be comforted in the fact that there is no way it was worth $400 on today's sales market.
.... I have no words. That's awful, hillarious, and just wow at the same time.My dad once cut up a cosplay I had left sitting in the sewing machine overnight with pins still in it somehow thinking it was scrap fabric and he needed it for some oddball project (hard to find fabric too). But that doesn't even add up to this.
I'm calling shenanigans unless someone can explain how she got two solid cuts that long.
>>9052966... Think circle skirts ...
>>9052944I feel uneasyI am so sorry.
>>9052944This makes me so glad my mom hates sewing and doing anything crafty. At least she won't cut up my JSKs for shitty craft projects.
Welp.. at least it looks well done? Christ above, I'm very sorry you lost your dress, anon.
It doesn't even look like it sells for that much secondhand, so I think you got the better end of the deal. Those are some kawaii-ass housewares.
>>9052944At least unlike some other stories this one didnt have bad intent so it's not so hard to swallow, but still kind of like.. ugh. Sorry about your dress anon. At least the ironing board looks nice?
Well, atleast you have a unique (and kawaii af) ironing board and table runner now anon
I call fake made with replica fabric. great lols anon
>>9053008Did Strawberry and Cherry ever get a replica though? It seems too generic to be worth making one. Also that much fabric is theoretically possible with the shirring JSK cut.
>>9052944im no lolita but at least the things she made are of nice quality and are cute as hell. Id buy an ironing board like that lol.
>>9052944>pour one out for the fallen Anon you have to tell her. Otherwise she'll be really confused when the tears start flowing over the dinner table runner.
ALL HAIL THE KAWAIIRONING BOARD
I'm fucking speechless. My condolences, anon.
I feel like I would go into shock if that had happened to me. I'm so sorry for your loss, anon. This is going in the "historic /cgl/ threads" folder on my computer, tho, I hope you know that.>>9053045My fucking sides
This is the worst but desu it's kind of your fault OP. You knowingly left the jsk in a public area right next to the stuff you were going to donate. It's not like it was just hanging in your closet, or in your room. I feel so bad for the jsk though..
Def not fake or replica - pics for reference
Idk what else to post to prove it lol
You just can't make this shit up, mang. Rest in pieces poor burando.
I would go ballistic if this happened to me If I were her I would 100% pay for the dress.
>>9052944I love how she kept a a bow for the table cloth
I gotta give you props for keeping your cool, IroningBoard-Chan, I would've flipped. At least she did a nice job, though.
>>9053121I'm not buying it because 1. Mother fucking guaranteed replies. 2. She can't prove she didn't do this herself.>>9053123That makes me suspicious as hell. Also who looks at a dress and goes, fuck you, that's a tablecloth, I don't give a fuck who it belongs to!I'd be mad as hell. And I sure as fuck wouldn't be posting here because I'd be too busy screaming at someone and attempting to pull their ass into small claims court.
>>9053136>pull their ass into small claims court>over an understandable mistake I know I wouldn't want to be friends with your unforgiving ass.
>>9053136You think she'd rather get "guaranteed replies" on 4chan rather than be able to resell her dress? Really? Unless it was stained or damaged somewhere beyond repair, that's ridiculous.
>>9052944I'm really sorry about that but... that's fucking hilarious for what she used it for.Jesus christ.
>>9053045CUTE FOR THE CUTE GOD. BOWS FOR THE BOW THRONE
>>9053138>I know I wouldn't want to be friends with your unforgiving ass.OOPS I ACCIDENTALLY CRAFTED PIECES OF WORK FROM YOUR BELONGINGS MY B~~are you fucking for real? what if someone did that to cat tea party? like come on.>>9053142She was never planning to sell it. What is a made up story, anon?
I WANT TO GAUGE MY EYES OUTHOW HAVE YOU NOT KILLED THAT WOMAN
>>9053159>I had a Baby The Stars Shine Bright Strawberry and Cherry Ruffle jumperskirt that I didn't wear anymore, so I was planning to sell itread the OP anon and calm the fuck down
>>9053159Reading comprehension is 100% not your strong suit
>>9053065Unless she asked them to donate it expressed permission, fiance had no business doing anything other than moving it back into her room if it was in the way imho.
>>9053185This, assuming shit and not actually communicating is the #1 one to get me to hate your ass. I would've been furious if this happened to me.
Baby the Iron Shines Bright for YouI'm so sorry anon but at least now you are 10-30% more kawaii in your daily household life
This is one of the most horrifying things I've read in a while. I...I would have lost my shit on this woman. My condolences
>>9052944Boss as hell. This is the most lolita baller shit I have ever seen. It's like putting your dog's shit in a Coach bag. You rich as hell gurrrrrrrl
>>9053185>>9053186Miscommunication can happen both ways, OP failed to communicate clearly that her dress was not meant for donation or recycling and the fiancee lady failed to make a final confirmation. Stop being mad and implying that the OP should be negative about it when it's not even your business.
>>9053136You must be a peach to be friends with. If it's real or not I don't care. But Jesus you have serious issues if you think a small claims court will give two fucks for a deprecated in value dress. I'm sure OP was mad about it. But it seems that OP has a lot more control over their anger then you do. You are one step away from a "I want to speak to your manager" haircut.
>>9052944To be fair it is kinda your fault for leaving in in a pile of donate clothes and somewhere in the open where she could see it. At least she has good taste in fabric prints. But it is your fault for leaving for days with it out in the open with things you intended to get rid of. I'm still baffled that there was that much fabric in a single item.
Rest in pepperoni
>>9053158ALL HAIL THE GOD EMPEROR
>>9053202>To be fair it's kinda your fault that someone cut up your dress without consulting you firstFixed it for you
>>9053218>throws dress in trash >someone fishes it out and re-purposes it >WHY DIDN'T THEY ASK ME FIRST?!?!!11!!?
>>9053218I think you mixed your sugar with the salt shaker anon. >>9053244 pretty much explained it in dumb speak for you do you can be even more butt mad about something so trivial as a dress.
This thread is so HERETICAL.
Well obviously there was at least a little communication about the clothing in that area going to the goodwill. Or else why would they even think that at all? That's not a conclusion that people just jump to, so OP must have said SOMETHING about donating the clothes that she placed in that area. If she put her dress right next to the pile, sure she didn't give permission to her dad's fiance to touch it, but she sure gave the impression that she didn't want the clothes that were there. It's at least partly OP's fault.
>>9052944On the one hand jesus fucking christ. On the other hand, that's a pretty nice ironing board.
>>9053202Have you ever ironed one of your dresses? S m h all these comments like yours make me sad picturing all the sad, wrinkly dresses. I was just ironing a narrow a-line IW dress today and it took me about six turns about the board to cover the full area of just the skirt. I would hate to know how many ironing board covers you could get out of some of my tiered dresses, they're such a bitch to iron
Saved for posterity. Carefully hand stitched like OP's new ironing board.
Sorry OP, but you're a bit daft to put clothes you want to keep next to clothes you want to donate and then bugger off for a week. At least you have the good grace to not go bananas though.
>>9053276I iron and steam my stuff. I just never though you could cover a 5 foot ironing board and a 5 foot table with it before. At least not without having to stitch parts together to get a continuous piece. All these pictures OP has posted looks like it's all one continuous piece of fabric as if it was just taken off a bolt and made into something new. I know you can get enough fabric from a skirt to make a pillow case. I have done that once with a very damaged skirt off of lace market once. But a table runner AND and ironing board cover with one dress? I must say that's a feat in itself.
>>9053278Some of my lines got fucked up, have a freshly painted one.
>>9053293Both pieces aren't very wide, though. Plus you don't actually cover the underside of the ironing board, you just need enough for the top and a bit to go over the sides.The ironing board also looks more like 1.5m and the table runner like 1m to me instead of a full 10 feet as well.
Holy hell, what a bitch.Lolita dresses look very expensive and detailed. Even if she thought it MIGHT get donated, how would you get the idea to cut up a perfectly cute dress??I mean, unless it had dirt stains all over it, why not donate a really pretty dress?? Cutting something up is reserved for clothing that is beyond help.And if I were to see a pretty dress in a donation pile, and wasn't 200% sure it's supposed to be donated I wouldn't touch it. It's not like it would've hurt the stupid mom to lay it aside and reassure it's purpose later.Anon, did you never talk about your lolita clothing to your family? Mine knows next to nothing about lolita, but sure as hell do they know how expensive and important my dresses are.Thrifty moms are the worst, I always hear stories about them destroying things that were never meant to be recycled. And just look at that embarrassing rubbish flower pot.
Where is the stock photo of this dress? This seems like too much fabric
>>9052944Lol rekt Serves you right get owned NEET and leave your parents house already
>>9053332I can't access lolibrary right now, but pic related is the pink version
>From memory, it cost about $400Honey, it was ¥24,990 retail in 2010. Don't exaggerate
>>9052954the cherry ribbon/ruffle is about $100-120 (at closet child and Y!) depending which cut.. or was it the yellow that was the special set?Ive been trying to find one that wasnt the Still a $100 loss>tfw been chasing this print in yellow forever because as a noob bought the headbow at baby first
>>9053358ignore 2nd sentance, find one that isnt the shirring. >>9053340is this not the haltered version?
>>9053351If bought from Japan, taxes, shopping service fees, shipping, customs, and an unfavorable exchange rate, easily could reach beyond $300 for anon. And memory's a bitch.
>>9053217JESUS FUCK i choked
>>9052944>>9053340I have to admit, I'm slightly in awe of the woman who thought this dress was so worthlessly destined for donation, and yet she liked it enough to carefully, painstakingly seam rip 2+ m worth of lace from the bottom of the skirt, and then carefully, painstakingly resew it onto the table runner.
>>9053136We all know some lolitas are manchildren "pretending" to be kids again.
>>9052944omg poor baby... no pun intended. but that's a bitchin' Ironing board cover & table runner, anon. I'm a little jealous in that regard.
>>9052944That paper cup vase is killing me anon.Such an expensive table cloth with a paper cup on it.
Is this fabric even suitable/strong enough to be under heat? I know with ironing stuff, the other fabric will be the barrier but still, doesn't seem durable. I would never touch a dress fabric and think it'll be perfect for an ironing board...
>>9053456lolno. The print is from 2010/2011, in that era the dresses were mostly mid-weight 100% cotton twill. You actually *have* to iron the dress on pretty high heat just to get the wrinkles out. Trust me, it's plenty durable for high heat.AP was annoying in those days, the cotton twill requires high heat tthat would melt the tulle lace, so you had to be super extra careful when ironing AP -- high heat for the cotton twill without touching any of the tulle lace. The polyester stuff that burando favours these days really only got popular the last couple of years or so.
>>9053418It's probably ceramic. I've got a couple of coffee cups that same size and shape, and they don't have handles.
Given that the going rate for such a dress would be like $120, i think $60 for each item is a pretty good value for the novelty
>>9053045>KAWAIIRONINGRIP my sides
AaAAAaaAAAaaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaoh god I feel so awful for you anon
>>9053308If they are that short then I can see the fabric being a fit. The way the image is photographed tho makes the objects look a lot larger and it's really hard to scale it unless OP lets us know for sure what it's measured at.
>>9053217Don't make fun of him, he's not on par with Mister Yan. He's more important than any AP designer or model.
>>9053373If she used a SS, she wouldn't have to pay customs. Unless she chose a shitty one in which case there was no point in using a SS seeing as Baby have shipped internationally for ages.
>>9053399>more noobs treating Mana like Mr Yan
I'm so sorry anon... this is a nightmare becoming reality. I took a screenshot of your story for future nightmare threads. This is one of the most insane storeis I have ever heard, it must be preserved.
Oh noooo so so sorry for you. Whyyyy ugh this is why no one else ever touches my babies and I keep them supersafe.
>>9053591>reason why Mana isn't in the G&LB anymore
>>9052944My condolences for your loss anon.Also my sides are entering orbit anytime soon. That's one kawaii af ironing board.
>>9052944I just noticed the bow on the right picture. What did she do with the bow?
>>9053116how about the tag ? previous pic of you with it ??
>>9052944She's going to pay for back for that, right?
>>9053158You are my hero
Unfortunate story OP but perhaps with a silver lining-I'd buy the hell out of brand homewares, maybe you should get her onto some of the damaged brand that LM sells and set her up with an etsy.
Answers to some questions:- I ain't that mad nor would I expect her to pay me back, she's the nicest woman ever and would have meant well. I was planning to sell it anyway so it's only a monetary loss for me- oh yes it absolutely was around $400ish for me, maybe $350. Consider customs and taxes.- fiancé has no idea what Lolita is and wouldn't know its value, - it's totally my responsibility that it happened - it's a standard-sized ironing board- so much delicious popcorn in this thread. I proud of opening the floodgates of cgl feelz.- apparently it's not channer etiquette for OP to identify themselves and keep replying because it's attention whoring, but eh, this is my first and last ever post on 4chan
>>9053672>apparently it's not channer etiquette for OP to identify themselves and keep replying because it's attention whoringin an extraordinary circumstance only a walnut would consider this an issue.you a meme now, you can consider this your last post but you will be here forever.
>>9053672Perhaps you can gently let her know what happened, and to politely ask she steer clear of anything ruffly in the future?
>>9053672I'm glad that you're chill, OP, to the fiancée. It sounds like it was just an unfortunate miscommunication in both directions. Maybe you can tell her gently in the future to steer clear of ruffled dresses, because they have resale value (and of course, be careful where you put stuff you're planning to sell instead of donate; it seems she probably just looked at the dress and thought it was up for donating or tossing). That $100 ironing board is really cute!
>>9053677A meme needs a name. Iron board chan? Kawaiironing chan?
>>9053653This. I'd buy some recycled burando goods.
>>9053554Hey hey hey. There is no more venerable position than that of the God Emperor of Mankind. Just because you don't get the joke, you dirty heretic scum, doesn't give you free reign to disrespect the Messiah.
>>9053672Thank you for your service. Semper fi
Too bad the print wasn't iron gateGet itIron/rimshot
>>9052944posting in a historical thread
>>9053340Wow this is cute. Sorry OP, I totally would have bought this off you
>>9053767we could call this scandalous event...Irongate>lolpoliticalhumor
>>9053794Shouldn't it be...Ironboardgate.OP may your dress RIP. Although technically in this case it's resting in pieces.
>>9053806>Although technically in this case it's resting in pieces.SEWNBACK TOGETHER WRONG
>>9053672This is a mature response on your part OP, kawaiironing is the new tea drinking.
I'm dying lmao
>>9053561I like the version the anon upthead made better.
>>9053814I'm tempted to edit my screen grab macro just to include this.
>>9053767I totally wish I could have done that when I made my "iron gate" window ruffles. I kinda just painted the iron gate myself on the fabric and called it art.
>>9053709The Iron Maiden?
>>9053175>believing a lie
>>9053195What kind of friends do you have that would look at a fucking dress that isn't theirs, and then cut it up for crafts?Literally none of my friends would do this.
>>9053194>when it's not even your business.They posted here
>>9053672>fiancé has no idea what Lolita is and wouldn't know its value,Does she also not know what a dress is?
>>9052944Never leave brand unattended
>>9053992This thread is filled with people who like to touch other people's stuff and then get autistically upset when you tell them not to.Gotta love all the "ur so mahture" comments too. It's always an adult thing to let people walk all over you under the guise that they're being nice.Sorry but ignorance shouldn't be an excuse.
>>9053999So? You can cut up a dress, especially a dress destined you think is destined for the trash. You're acting as though brand is made out of some blessed fabric and has some kind of holy light that normalfags can see.
>>9054024No I'm acting like a well mannered human who can clearly see that most people posting here don't know what ownership means.It seriously doesn't matter that it was being donated, if that really is the case (I'm pretty skeptical of threads on 4chan), it was still hers and she didn't get a choice in what happened to her belonging.
>>9054030From my point of view, if you see something in the trash pile, it doesn't have an owner anymore. Anon is partially at fault for putting it near the trash pile. A well mannered human would be able to see that both parties made innocent mistakes, and that everything else considered, this incident is not worth crying over too much. Obviously OP thinks that the fiancee is a nice lady and that there was no malicious intentions, therefore there is no reason to take her to court. At most, she should have a talk with the fiancee about lolita and its secondhand value as a non cut-up dress.
>>9054037I agree with most of what you said and what other people in the thread said about miscommunication. Both sides failed on that part.But it wasn't a trash pile - it was a donation pile. Therefor it's not really up for grabs until it reaches a goodwill or whatever. Also we don't even know what happened to the other clothes? Did they even get donated or did little miss fiance hoard them for crafting somewhere? Crafty people often turn out to be disgusting hoarders in my experience. They take things they find and "save" it for a project.Anyway, it's annoying the amount of people there are that think it's just fine to take something that isn't yours, because it was just laying there so it's up for grabs and then just do whatever you want with it.Is everyone here a fucking scavenger that collects shit they find laying around and then tout themselves as being mature?Not to mention the amount of people who just bought this shit hook, line and sinker. I take it you guys started browsing this board first and you're not aware that this entire site is full of lies? Do you believe everything you read on the interwebs?
>>9054037Donation is not trash. You get write off donations in your taxes. You can't write off dumping trash. Just because someone is donating something, doesn't mean they are donating it to you.
>>9053747CUTE FOR THE CUTE GOD!!!BOWS FOR THE BOW THRONE!!!!
Holy shit this is the most glorious/awful thing i've ever seen
Ah, can't have a thread without people getting in autistic slapfights for absolutely no reason. Never change /cgl/.
>>9054056>>9054053Trash probably wasn't the right word, maybe a 'things that are no longer needed' pile. And at that point, I don't see a difference in giving them to a family member or giving them to a charity organization. It's best to ask before using the discarded items, but when there is no one there and the person owning the items is okay with you donating the items while they're away (meaning they expressly told you 'I don't need these items anymore, please give them away' at some point), then I don't see a logical failing in taking a few pieces for your own purposes.
>>9054075>9054075What did you say about me?!
>>9054078>but when there is no one thereIt's 2016. She couldn't pick up a phone? She couldn't ask her fiance to ask the owner of the items if it was okay??That seems entitled and insensitive to me.
>>9054078I think the better term is give away. Like when you're sorting through stuff you have a keep, give away/donate, and toss/trash pile.
>>9054083She should have, but it probably seemed like a lot of hassle and ultimately not worth bothering OP over. I wouldn't want someone to call me to ask if they can eat yesterday's leftovers, that kind of thing. Maybe it's a cultural thing too? I was raised in an environment where family was important and sharing was everything.
>>9054037 I think the point other anons are saying is that the clothes werent hers anyway. To pick something up and use it thats not yours and not even so much as ask the person who owns the stuff is quite rude. Being family doesnt excuse rudeness or the use of another persons stuff without permission. Yes anon should have been more careful, but anon would/should only have to cover her bases because people,usually friends or family, use stuff without that persons permission. I think its not someones duty to hold peoples hands so they dont do something impulsive. This could have been avoided if the woman had just asked a simple question or two. Anon really shouldnt have had to cover her bases if the woman was more aware of boundaries instead of doing a simple quite selfish action.Me personally id be pissed and demand a reasonable price from the woman to teach her its not ok and just because it happens to family doesnt mean you let it slide but ive also had to fight and earn everything i had and my mom would also try and give away what i had (weather i bought it myself with my own money i got at a job or not) to other kids in the neighborhood to gain favor in her social group of moms of those kids so im pretty biased. Im salty about that last part but overall i think anon is a better well balanced person than i am and im sorry this happened to her. At least she has a kawaiironingboard now.
>>9053672I'm glad you're being mature about it. Your mother in law seems like a well-meaning lady as well. Sorry for your loss.
>>9054078The difference is you can't write it off on your taxes by giving it to a family member. Either way, you ask first, that's common sense.
>>9053999Not that anon but to a lot of the general public, Lolita dresses (especially when not worn properly with pettis etc.) look unfashionable and out of style at best, often even frumpy. It's really not that weird that anon's dadcée saw a dress grouped in with stuff up for donation, recognized that it was made of a nice fabric, but was hardly the epitome of fashion, and thought that she could make better use of it than it hanging at goodwill. Again, it's a kawaii-ass ironing board.Doesn't mean it's entirely anons fault, looking at what anon has said I think it's fair to assume that she's not a daily lolita/jfasher, so dadcée should probably have noticed that it was a dress out of the ordinary and double checked before actually cutting it up. Hell, even if she hadn't planned on selling it there might be shit like, say, the piece of clothing being really heavily attached to hurtful memories and just wanting it out and away. You'd probably have to be pretty touchy to be bothered about that getting turned into an ironing board, but that still happens.>>9053913Good post.
>>9054099>I think its not someones duty to hold peoples hands so they don't do something impulsive. This could have been avoided if the woman had just asked a simple question or two. Anon really shouldn't have had to cover her bases if the woman was more aware of boundaries instead of doing a simple quite selfish action.This exactly.
>>9053874You definitely should, and the irongate thing >>9053794 posted
Christ, this scenario reminds me of this post
>>9054218Alright, later tonight then.All the validation from anon's liking my shit has gone straight to my enormous head tho.
>>9054203Holy shit who fucking caresIt's over. It's done. Whether anons dad's fiance was right or wrong in chopping the dress up matters approximately not at fucking all, anon seems over and you can't undo turning a fucking dress into an ironing board cover and she's probably not going to do it ever again so stop arguing about it you spergs.
>>9054234I would have lost my fucking shit.At least OP was planning to get rid of hers, pic related anon had just purchased it sounds like.
>>9052944Get her back: turn her wedding dress into tasteful oven mitt/apron/toaster cover set
>>9054257A bedsheet is a still a bedsheet but I'd be annoyed if my mom cut it up and made stuff out of it without asking about it. Chill out anon you're the one who seems really worked up over this. That was my first post in this thread. I found the story amusing because it was just a misunderstanding, but it wouldn't have happened in the first place if she either didn't leave it out or the fiance at least asked first or mentioned she left something out. They're both at fault.
>>9052966With how the skirts are made there's easily 2-3 yards of fabric to get at. It's just a giant rectangle that's gathered/pleated.
>>9053332>all these idiots not knowing how dresses are made
Honestly these are incredibly cute and while it sucks you can now iron your clothing on something absolutely adorable. Maybe bring it up to her and say you loved what she did but gently mention you're going to resell future ones so they probably won't be scrap fabric.
>>9052944holy shit this physically hurt. i'm so sorry op. its good that you didn't flip your shit at her like most people here would do.
>>9053326The vast majority of clothes donated to thrift stores get recycled as waste fabric, not sold and worn.
Oh my god this is hilarious I'm so sorry anon
dear lord in heaven. my sides. anon, you are truly forgiving and patient. probably would have died from shock on the spot myself. get that etsy idea going, though. damaged brand needs a kawaii afterlife.
So all I have gotten from this thread was people throwing bitch fits over someone repurposing a Lolita dress. Some of you are pretty decent humans about it and are letting it be OPs dress. But the ones of you getting up and arms about it are really making me laugh. When you sell an item, how are you 100% sure that the "integrity" if the dress will remain the same? Or are you all that relentlessly greedy that once you get your money to don't give a fuck what someone does to the item? But then turn around and throw a fit about brand being used for other purpose then a closet trophy.
>>9054715You mad bruh?
>>9052944op you could make way more than $120 or even $400. put it on Lacemarket or Ebay, someone out there will pay a huge amount of money for this meme housewares set. List it!https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-intersect/wp/2014/08/05/a-photo-of-a-4chan-post-sold-for-almost-100000-because-art/
anon, I'm really impressed by how you're handling it. In a lot of the feels threads people are quick to jump to legal action, so it's pretty refreshing.
>>9052944>put it out in the main room>next to a pile of clothes I planned to donateI'm not sayingactually yes I am, you totally fucking asked for this.If this was stuff in your room or some other private area that's one thing, but in a main area, I'm guessing living room, dining room, etc? Jesus Christ.
Update!I queried the whereabouts of the remaining material and she showed me. She said my dad told her I was "throwing them out" (I have no idea where he drew that conclusion as i specifically said I was donating a bunch of clothes, so at the very least he should have assumed I was, you know, donating them), so she thought it was fine to cut up.My fault anyway, didn't separate the "sell" pile from the "donate" pile.HOWEVER...There were a few other brand dresses I was planning to sell. I assumed they had been donated with the rest of my clothes, as they were nowhere to be found. I was a little sad about that (they were valuable Angelic Pretty, BBSTB and Metamorphose), but oh well.Then I looked in her material bag and found they had also been cut up... When dad said I was "throwing THEM" out, he did not state a plural by accident... Pics to follow.
>>9055096Oh my god it got worse. I'm so sorry, OP.
If anyone wants individual versions of those pics lemme know. The loli gods frown upon me today for my unbecoming carelessness in handling burando.
Oh and before anyone asks, I did not tell her the truth. She was very excited when she told me about her craft projects with this material, and has no idea whatsoever that I did not intend to throw out any clothing.I don't want to make her feel guilty, so I let it be.
>>9055104you were very careless but i can't help but feel sorry for you. i wouldn't wish this upon my worst enemy
>>9053296Hey anon update if you can with >>9055089>>9055096>>9055098>>9055099
As much as this was a matter of miscommunication, I think you need to tell your dad's fiancee about the worth of these dresses so she can at least partially reimburse you. To me it sounds like your letting her get away with something that isn't right, and she has no idea. I know you don't want the fuss, but what happens if she learns about how much these clothes were worth in the future, and then feels even more guilty about it.
I think you should tell her. Not to make her feel guilty, but to prevent something like this from happening again in the future. May all those dresses RIP in pieces.
>>9055107Man you have to tell her. Don't be such a pushover jesus christ.
>>9055117>>9055135OP, reading this thread I've been impressed by your maturity and grace in handling this situation. But these anons are right. You have to say something to stop her from cutting up your stuff in the future.
>>9055107Holy shit anon, I have no words.But some of these look as thought they might still be salvageable? If so, you should tell her. Sewing the salvageable pieces back together could even be a way for her to "pay you back" you, so she wouldn't have to feel guilty anymore.
>>9055107You are the sweetest person! It's cool that you're so chill about this. You seem like you have a good head on your shoulders and like you'd be a good person to live with. This story is totally crazy. I'm sorry for the loss of your dresses, but you now have the best Lolita story I've ever heard. Also, your dad's fiance is really good at crafting! You should put her to work sewing stuff for Etsy. (Not going to lie, I totally want that Kawaiironing board.*)*Much love to the poster who coined "kawaiironing board." If I could give you gold, I would. Instead, please accept these long-distance applause.
OP, can you tell us what the other dresses got made into?
Nah, it's not an issue of being a pushover, it's a matter of tact. I will talk to my dad about it though. Talking to her won't nip the problem in the bud, it will only make her feel bad - she had no idea what was going on.While it is primarily my fault, if my dad hadn't have said the clothes were going to be thrown out, she wouldn't have touched them at all.... Come to think of it, I wonder if my other clothes were donated or disposed of.
>>9055107In this case, I would definitely tell her, She may end up cutting up some of your other dresses that you intend to keep. The ironing board/table runner, sure... but now she got into your other dresses that you intended to sell for a good deal of money, and now you can't get anything out of them. Tell her firmly that she should ask before going through your stuff in the future whether it be for selling or donating. Excited or not, she did damage your property and it may only continue, and you'll continue to be on edge or worry about your things when you leave. It's better for you and for her if you just tell her.
>>9055187Just a suggestion, but maybe you can use the remaining material to make headbows and accessories to go with those dresses! It can be a project you work on with her and then break the news to her gently. She needs to know before she decides to raid your closet again and you come home to: "I hope you don't mind that I grabbed another little girls dress! Here's thirty bucks for you to go buy yourself a new one from Target!" As she peeks at you from behind the new door window's curtain made from your Milky Cross JSK.
>>9055089That sucks but none of those are really valuable
>>9055187I think you should say something at least to your Dad! To her I wouldn't mention the value, but maybe the fact that you were intending to sell them. You know her best - if you don't think she'll go through your stuff in the future that's easiest, however if she's the sort to go through your wardrobe and "get rid of things I haven't seen you wear for ages" nip that shit right in the bud now.
>>9052944No sympathy, this is your own fault for leaving with with a donation pile.
The great brand massacre of 2016
I want to find this print and make an ironing themed coord now
>>9055096>>9055098>>9055099Sweet fucking jesus. There's only one thing to do, anon. You have to honor the rest of these dresses by making them into cute-ass home goods. Do it for all of us.
>>9055369For once a seemingly dramatic comment is 100% spot on.
>>9055107OP you have to tell her. You don't have to do it in a mean or forceful way, and you don't have to mention how much money was involved. But you do have to tell her so this never ever happens again.If you accidentally caused her offense or hurt her feelings, wouldn't you want her to let you know so you could apologize and make sure it didn't happen again? Or would you prefer she never tell you and bottle up all the hurt.
would have been awkward if you had a buyer and had to explain this to them..
This is like seeing your pet made into a coat or mittens. It's cute but fucked up. Sorry this happened to you, OP.
OP is way too calm about this. She probably did this herself
>>9055422It's like it's impossible to believe people can be civil, I know. OP provided as much proof as she could and shared this moment with us. Even if it was fake, it still would rustle some petticoats that this happened to brando. There is no need to be upset.
>>9055422She was going to sell it. It wasn't sentimental or something she loved. If this happened to me, the initial shock and irritation would wear off quickly. It was an honest mistake and $100 is not that big of a deal to me.
>>9055429What about the 4 other dresses that got cut up?
>>9055096I'm so, so sorry that it got worse. Such disrespect.
The table runner looks amazing at least. Kept the bows etc and the lace or is that lace added?? Def could host the most loliest tea party
>>9055104>If anyone wants individual versions of those pics lemme know.YES.
Well on the plus side; you got nicely decorated stuff instead of the maybe 60-80 dollars you'd get for it now. The resell value of anything that isn't a popular print is like nothing.
Since theyre already destroyed, I bet someone (me) would pay you for some cute pillowcases or other home goods made out of the fabric.
>>9055455Seriously! You could probably make more money selling a bunch of $20 ring cushions or tiny throw pillows out of the brand fabric than you could have from the dresses. Do the front in the brand fabric and the backs in some nice cotton in a complementary color, and make them heart-shaped or ruffled or something. Other lolitas will surely want them. Or maybe pencil cases or those roll-up makeup cases. I bet people would love to pull those out at meet-ups. Or maybe tiny little drawstring purses. Heck, get your dad's fiance to make them for you! It looks like she's good at this stuff, and the dresses are already gone.
>>9055462Oh my god I want a makeup bag! I've needed a new one for a while.
>>9055187Even keeping tact in mind, I think it would be the right thing to tell her about it, because wow apparently she's really good at sewing. Maybe you could tell her about jsk fashion and you could bond over it? Seems like that'd be a pretty happy ending to all this because you mentioned she was really nice. Just a thought
>>9055197This is a great idea actually. You could try to earn some burandodollars by selling headbows and so on made with some of the matching fabric.>>9055455>>9055462This is also a great idea.
>>9055432Split milk and all that. It's just stuff, and not irreplaceable or sentimental stuff. It sucks, but there's no point being melodramatic or fuming about it. Recently someone else's fuck up cost me over $5,000. There wasn't anything I could do about it so rather than stew in it I just took the loss and moved on. This is a lot less than $5000 in damages.
>>9055497Anon, you're kind of salty. I'm not saying what happened to OP is the end of the world, but it does really suck. Implying that her sorrow is trivial "spilt milk" because you lost more is petty as fuck. People have had their life savings stolen and been ruined, so does that mean your thing is trivial? No. There's nothing wrong with being upset over a loss, it's natural. I'd be upset if somebody cut up 4 of my Normie dresses, let alone Lolita.
>>9055520I don't think they are. OP isn't the one crying over it though, the other people in the thread are. I would say the salty ones are the ones who want to take the fiancee to court, as though dresses are worth more than interpersonal relationships. At the end of the day, it wasn't irreplaceable or sentimental stuff so while it sucks, I don't see the point in being vindictive about it.
I don't understand why you would leave a brand dress out with a pile of donation clothes instead of leaving it in your closet and then wonder why it's gone.
Your fathers new lover sounds like a cunt. You got to know thats a really passive agressive thing to do. You need out of there
Part of me wants to buy up a bunch of shitty replica dresses and cut them up to make kawaii home goods now.
>>9055181Gracefully accepting responsiblity for being party at fault for situation while gently telling the fiancee is having a good head on your shoulders. You can maturely address yours needs instead of letting others walk on you. Encouraging pushover mentality is toxic. It's that same thinking that stops people from defending themselves in threads where strangers abuse them. But by all means, they were civil and mature in those situations.
>>9055588** partly at fault for the situation
>>9055187Hey OP, I would be interested in buying some of the fabrics from you. I have a little daughter and I'm always looking for damaged brand to make her stuff. Since this has already been cut up, I won't have to feel too awful about doing it myself, and I'd love to help you get some money back from this stuff even though that doesn't seem like something you're too worried about. Dropping my email, please get in touch if you are interested. Particularly interested in the Btssb dress in this collage, >>9055098
>>9055520Huh? I'm not being salty at all. I was responding to the comment "OP is way too calm about this. She probably did this herself". The fact that OP isn't pitching a fit or crying and is acting calm is definitely not proof that she did it herself.
>>9055558>my dads partner cut up my dresses, better go to 4chin and and prove everything asap, while being the bigger person and not have ill feelings towards the lady at all.It just isn't a very realistic situation how OP is not moved by this in any way
>>9055089Holy shit op, dad logic hit you hard. Im sorry that happened. You his gf and those dresses got caught up in dad logic and a crafty woman took what neat stuff she wanted. Maybe you guys can repurpouse the fabric together and sell some of it on etsy or here or something. It may be a bonding experience and his gf will learn more about lolita and you guys can have fun crafting together. I wish you the best of luck anon. Your kindness and patience are amazing and they inspire me. Thank you lolita saint of fabric pecies and patience.
I actually cried
>>9055603I think the fact that it gets replicas out of circulation is the best part
>>9055586I would actually be all for this. Ironing board covers, table runners, oven mitts, kitchen curtains, etc....Kawaii home goods for all!
Oh Anon, I'm so sorry. This would be my worst nightmare. This is the exact reason why my brand never leaves my closet. Kuddos for handling it this well. If that had happened to me, I'd be screeching and crying my heart out.I still think you should tell her though. Maybe don't tell her how expensive they are if you want to go easy on her but tell her that you were still planning on wearing them. If she's this crafty, she might be able to salvage something.
considering I nearly had a heart attack when I discovered a tiny thread pull on a VM dress of mine the other day I too am having a hard time believing everything happened as OP has said because she's just so calm and literally acting like a perfect human being
>>9052944I have to applaud you for being so reasonable about this, OP. You were careless to leave your dress right next to a donation pile. Anyone who didn't know anything about lolita would make the same mistake and think it was part of the giveaway stuff. At least your dress still lives on in some way and isn't stuffed into the back of some musty close somewhere. And while the loss of a $400 dress is pretty devastating, and you have every reason to feel sad about it, that ironing board really is kawaii af.
Maybe tell her and ask if she could cover part of the cost. She didn't mean to but that's still horrible. I'm sorry, anon. Here's hoping some good shit comes your way to make up for it.
>>9054234Holy fucking shit this actually makes me angry.
>>9055325Don't be a dick.
>>9055586I'm imagining kitchen curtains, placemats, et al made from replica milky planet or honey cake.
>>9055586>>9055833>replica holy lantern curtains and pillows cases to go with my black and redbedroomHnnngh
>>9055845>>9055833I think they should be secondhand replicas, as this doesn't profit Oo Jia/give her a reason to produce more. Otherwise though, if I ever see kawaii stuff like that I will throw money at them.
>>9055845>create fake story to /cgl/>take pictures of already made items for sale and some of the scraps of fabric>lolitas all want kawaii accessories now-demand has been created>???????>profit.Trump spotted. Trying to get us to buy kawaii accessories.Im on to you trump.
>>9055878the only problem is it might take a while to gather enough replicas in the same color secondhand to make larger projects.
haha OP I didn't know about this print until this thread and I just went out and bought myself the same one because of it. Sorry for your loss but thank you for showing me that cute print
>>9055107Honestly it seems like your dad did this on purpose. The words he used are like when my mom used to say I should burn my dresses. He knew about lolita, right? Or at least saw you wear them?
>>9055450That's not true at all. Even a damaged Paris Windows jsk would fetch 60-80. A good condition would be 90-100. Solid AATP and baby sold easily for me at 120-150
Dear god this hurts to witness. Like, actually. BtSSB windows print, man, I remember when that was $300...D:
>>9053039I second this. Don't scream at her, just explain that it was expensive. And, the next time she sees something this style she should leave it alone or ask before doing anything.
HOW THE FUCK DIDN'T THAT OLD BITCH THINK "oh this dress looks WAY TOO pretty to just CUT UP".How the hell are you not mad at her?! She just fucking tore a masterpiece to turn it into a fucking useless shit.I would sooo yell at her.I apologise for my cringy rage comment but holy shit this made me so pissed!I am so sorry about your lovely dress ;_;
>>9055917Stop lying on the internet
>>9055096What is the pink one with music notes called?
>>9055976Chill the fuck out. Read the thread, it was an honest accident with mistakes made on both sides. Cringy rage comment is right.
This story warrants its own CAH card
>>9055976holy shit what a child.
>>9055096I'm interested in buying the AP. I've actually been looking for a damaged dress to repurpose for ouji. Please email me if you're interested in selling.
>>9055586Could you just buy the fabric in yards from Oojia?
>>9056045Something may have hit home for that anon. I agree she didnt really read the posts but meh she just needs to reread them. I derp rage like that sometimes and its cause it hits home with feels for me. But we must all aspire to be more like op, she handled a situation way better than a lot of us would. When i have a situation in wich calm and understanding is nessesary i will remember op and her kawaiironingboard. Maybe rage anon will read these comments and choose to be less ragey too?
>>9056036It's AP Melody Doll.>It's one of my dream dresses>This thread gave me chest pains
>>9055924I sold the cherry ribbon dress in another color and it took over a year to sell for like $125. Paris Window sits for sale for a long time too these days, it's out of style. It also doesn't look like she cut Paris window yet?
>>9056043it was entered already, beware of repeats!
>>9056058>supporting replicas directlydepends on your personal moral compass
>>9056063Thank you for your understanding.
>>9056072No it's not. It's Classic Melody Switching JSK from 2011. Melody doll has crowns on some of the notes, hearts and polkadots in the scatter print and the top doesn't look like that.
Lol at people who think I purposefully cut up profitable dresses for 4chan comments rather than selling them and making several hundreds of dollars. I'm as calm as I am because all the fiasco has cost me is money. I am not emotionally attached to the dresses.Material is not for sale I'm afraid! Sorry to those who are interested in it. Crafting projects have already been arranged.I'll chat to dad's fiancé. My dad is not passive aggressive or malicious in any way, this was just a massively derp moment for him.
>>9056148>I'll chat to dad's fiancé. Thank god. Good luck anon!
>>9055609Right? Not only that but if I was attempting to sell something, even if I messed up on communication, I'd still want compensation because who said you could just do that?
>>9055631People have made threads about that here and everyone usually gets pissed about replica makers still getting money.
>>9056072>can't even identify their own dream dress correctly.The fabric is totally different as well.
i would ask her for a refund!!!!!!
>>9055588Thiiis. I hate how many gulls think it's okay to just take it from people. Oh what's that? Your dress is for sale? How about I just send someone to your house to make crafts out if it, after all, you don't want it anymore right? You guys are all full of shit.
>>9056171>what is reading comprehensionStop letting your rage cloud your vision.
>>9055558Why the fuck would you need to have a relationship with someone that cuts up your belongings or things you're trying to sell?But let's be real, OP isn't the best at communication, if this is real and she didn't do it all herself for guaranteed replies. This isn't the first cut up dress thread you know....
>>9056176I was agreeing with who I replied to.Maybe you need to read better.Also work on your English. Are you not familiar with the royal versions of some words?
op is a fucking sport. best shit ive seen on cgl in god knows how many years
>>9055107OP this is hundreds of dollars worth of dresses... unless you're living in an upper class household that wears high end fashion brands daily, this is a major loss on your part. Hell, if I was in your comm, I would just tell that lady myself
>>9056091>>9056166Sorry guys, it's been a long week and I'm just a sucker for melody prints. Thanks for correctly identifying it!
>>9056010I'm not lmao, you can check lacemarket listings if you're so dedicated to disproving anons
>>9056148or are you hwc having fun and laughing at all of us...
All these comments doubting OP's calm-poor cgl is so bitter and suspicious, like an abused dog.
>>9056192But it's just that. Money. To some people they are not motivated by money like half of this thread. OP probably sees it as a loss that really doesn't impact their personal expenses. OP probably bought the dresses without thinking about selling them later and recovering the money they spent. They bought them thinking they would love them forever and wore them. The love disappeared and the attachment went away. That's why people normally sell their Lolita. Not to make a profit or to recover what they spent. They sell them because they no longer love it any more. If someone buys it and cuts it up for throw pillows is that persons business. And in this case OP seems to see it that they got a new love by anther person. You can sit there going " I could have gotten so much if I sold this" but OP is humble and sees what joy it brought her fathers fiancé. It's kinda nice really. And a funny story to talk about.
>>9056179>implying I'm not also disagreeing with the anon above you Anon didn't even list the dress yet, or even tell anyone she was planning on selling it. If she was planning on giving it away, then yeah, you could send someone to her house to make crafts out of it. You're making a misguided analogy out of your butthurt over shredded brand.
>>9055089>>9055096>>9055098>>9055099The absolute madwoman
>>9056305I mentioned in another comment that OP lacks communication skills.
>>9056242That bitch is way too dumb and unskilled for making that.Also I gotta reiterate - this isn't the first time we've had these kinds of threads. This shit is old hat, I'm sorry.
>>9056148I doubted you early on but holy fuck I am sorry OP
>>9056148>Lol at people who think I purposefully cut up profitable dresses for 4chan comments rather than selling them and making several hundreds of dollars.For the last god damn time, people have done this before. Go ahead and look in the archives.
Close-up image time. These will be added sporadically.
>>9055113Oh yes. I intend to. This thread is gold.
>>9056463>sporadicallyDON'T YOU DARE DO THIS TO US
>>9056470Holy fuck, how much free time did she have when you were away. It just keeps going.
For the people who want kawaii fabric to make kawaii home goods from, don't go the replica route. You can search for "cute japanese fabric" or pikobeagle on etsy. There's literally yards and yards of really cute stuff, unicorns, cats, wrapping boxes, Alice prints, macarons, etc etc. As a bonus, it comes uncut, no clumsy ripping to take it apart.Those who want to make curtains from Oo Jia replica fabric should go look for the girl who made Vampire Requiem curtains. It didn't look all that great, the scale was off and the fabric looked terrible.
>>9056473I hope you realize she is a monster and needs to be stopped
>>9053340That's worth $400.00? I have a lot to learn about cosplay.
>>9056486Hey newfriend, just fyi, these dresses aren't a cosplay at all. They're lolita dresses, which is a fashion style. Although there's cosplay and lolita threads on this board, they aren't the same. They kinda got lumped together due to lolita coming to western attention via anime conventions.These dresses are worth so much because of their designers and brand. Just in the same way you might look at a plain black Prada dress and think "That's worth $400?", it's all about the brand name with the more expensive ones. Brands also command a better price because they're made of better materials, which is why their final resting place as common household items is pretty egregious.
>>9056486topfuckingkek.>>9056479>>9056473All this proves is that you have brand. Who cares.
>>9056492Almost positive it was a joke... you seem pretty new yourself.
>>9056494It's highly likely it was just a troll, but I don't mind typing a bit just in case it was a serious confusion :)
>>9056495Yeah, most of the replies in this thread are mine aside from OP and people who argued with me.
Thats really sad and all, but thats your own fault you dumb shit.
>>9056465Bless you anon.
>>9056512It's already automatically in the archives.This thread is full of newfags. No wonder everyone is buying this garbage.But hey, I'm all for funposting. I used to browse /v/.
>>9056500Fair cop guv, just thought it might be better to be safe than sorry considering the influx of curious /fit/ anons asking questions
>>9056519Image macros skip out all the bullshit like your post and are more convenient than reading a whole archive. You're the newfag, get back to your vidya
>>9056525I browse lots of boards. You can too.Image macros are cool when the thread is actually worth while. You're gullible and think this is real, which is why you think it's worth while.
>>9055089>>9055096>>9055098>>9055099Please dear god, tell me you told the woman what these were worth? I need to know what someone's reaction to knowing they destroyed $1000 is.
>>9056538It's all of the reactions you saw in this thread.
>>9056473>>9056479What are you trying to prove with these images? That she removed the removable waist tie and that you still have the baby tag in some of the fabric? I don't know what your where trying to get at. The baby tag makes no sense since you're not selling it and using the tag as proof it's real. Also>>9056470What the fuck is that supposed to be?
>>9056474My friend gave me her chess chocolate skirt from oojia free so I could make some wallets and book bags from. It may not happen to every one but you don't have to pay for the fabric.Plus some people may want the actual print to be something and not some generic fabric they can get. You like British bear? You want more then just a dress? Get replicas and make your self some bomb ass makeup bags, pillow cases, book bags, hair bands. Shits endless. Some people don't morally give two shits if it replica fabric.
OP if you're still here, I'm really curious what >>9056470 is supposed to be. It's a really weird shape, is all.
>>9056470>dat quilt batting and stitchingwhat is she doing to it
>>9056566Should probably have worded it as "you dont *need* to go the replica route", not just "don't". anons itt were debating replicas vs secondhand originals, so I just wanted to point out that that's actually the option of buying cute fabric off the rack as well.For the anon(s) who wanted to make curtains, though. I really don't suggest doing that at all. The scale always looks off, pic related. There's also a Sugary Carnival bedsheet in the archives you can look at. I can't find the Vampire Requiem curtains that look like shit though, might be too old.
>>9056558I took a bunch of photos of whatever bits I pulled out of the fabric bag - didn't realise that one was detachable. I don't know what part of the dress she pulled the other rectangular bit from.Brand symbol is due to earlier suspicions that the dresses were replicas.
>>9056580I don't speak English as my primary language. So I'm sorry if my point was clouded. I honestly think that bed spread is quite nice. Some people like the smaller scale. I like how it includes the print without the print being all over the place. It's probably more a preference thing since some people may find the scale difference alluring.
>>9056591You probably should have said what the images where so we knew and where not being confused why you where posting them.
I dont know. It seems highly unlikely, to me, that OP put one dress to the side to sell and suddenly all her dresses are cut up. Seems like bullshit and seems more deliberate for shock value than it was an accident by her step mom.
>>9056148>I'll chat to dad's fiancé.Keep us updated OP!
>>9056558That's a good point. Why would some lady who doesn't know what lolita is keep the tag in there like that?
>>9056614If you read >>9055089 you will see that OP had the ironing board dress with other items she was going to list. The fiancé took them all as being donated since they where with the donate pile as well. That's how they all got cut up because she's a crafty woman and saw stuff she wanted to make things with.Read the thread before coming up with assumptions.
>>9056191This does trump HWC massively. She's done.
>>9056653That post doesn't prove shit.
>>9056463This image made my anus tense up
>>9052944OH....MY...GOD...I would have been so pissed if that happened to my JSK that I'd try her up and shove the ironing iron up her cootch and plug in it on high. Sorry for your loss.
>>9056658Can you not read where she said she had other dresses with it she wanted to sell?
>>9055924I got my Window in Paris JSK for ~$30 no damage. Trust me - it's a worthless dress
>>9055107C U C Khow can you sit by and watch your dresses get fucked right in front of you.
Oh who cares if it's fake, it's funny.Can you not enjoy something just for what it's worth?Just cuz it's worth a chuckle?Just have a little fun, or even just let everyone else have a little fun.Other boards do it, why not us?Thanks for the laugh, OP, it was good.
Update: told my dad and his fiancé! Fiance was a little mad at dad, I told dad to listen with his ears and brain next time. Peace out!
>>9056770This cuck grows fat off the sustenance of your salty tears. Cry moar.
>>9056785yayyy finally it happened
>>9056785I'm glad you told them. I hope the rest of your dresses stay safe and nice things can be made from the remnants of the old ones. Hell, I'd buy lace off you to make wristcuffs. Best of luck OP.
>>9056470the table runner looked ok but what the fuck is this mess here
>>9056785A little mad? Thats it? I'd be pissed as fuck if someone unknowingly let me destroy hundreds of dollars worth of something. Also super fucking embarrassed and guilty
>>9056651Why would she purposely cut out the tag? Have you never cut up old clothes before? You just take what you need, usually.
>>9056772This is like saying you enjoy reality TV even though you know it's not real.
>>9057742If I didn't know what lolita was, yeah, I'd take the tag out. Why would you want your crafts to have tags from brands you don't know?It doesn't add up.
>>9058045...are there people who don't know reality tv is fake?
>>9055586I actually really want to do this and asked in a thread before about where to get the fabric and other anons bitched me out for it... I just want to have a Melty Chocolate guest bedroom.
>>9056651My grandma does repurposing a lot and has saved tags that are particularly pretty to use on collage-type projects, and she picked up the habit from a craft magazine so I'd say its something that others do too. She makes these 'crazy quilt' things that are basically appliqued scraps of fabric and ribbon and whatnot with them. I could definitely see someone thinking that a lolita brand tag with the cute names like Baby and Angelic Pretty would be useful for such a project.
I think the most interesting thing about this is that OP is not interested at all in the anons who have offered to buy fabric/lace from her. I know I would be jumping on anyone still willing to give me money for any of these massacred items..
>>9056566Even if you don't morally give two shits replica fabric is really shitty most of the time. Love yourself. Buy fabric that is at least quilting cotton quality.
>>9052944 That's sad but at the same time really sweet of her, it's kind of like how people make quilts or pillows as mementos.
Jesus fuck. I mean it looks nice but damn.
Fake and gay