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Re: dress codes


From: Becky Thornton (artswim_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sat Aug 16 2003 - 09:46:14 PDT

Hillmer, Jan writes:

> Sometimes (a lot of times) when my shirts get stained, I use it as an excuse to paint,sew, or print on it and create an 'original' that can continue to be worn. Then my clothes are even ' cooler'.
> Jan
> DEar Jan, last year we were tie dying, with the 6th graders and (I don't know why)I was wearing a nice white polo shirt with cool edging and one of the darlin's was so excited about thier shirt that they slung it around..and my shirt became teal speckled!!!!!!! The kids begged me to die it! I usually have one or two spare shirts in my teacher closet for disaster I changed and dyed it teal with some violet. It looks really nice!