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Making a Dress
Click on the links below to go to the Flickr page for each photograph.
|Flickr||There are many different types of dresses.|
|Flickr||Dresses come in all shapes and sizes.|
|Flickr||All dresses are made out of fabric.|
|Flickr||Making a dress is a lot of work.|
|Flickr||First, choose the color of fabric for the dress.|
|Flickr||Then, cut the fabric in pieces.|
|Flickr||Next, sew the pieces together with thread.|
|Flickr||Thread is a kind of string. It holds the pieces of fabric together.|
|Flickr||Some people use a sewing machine to sew the pieces together.|
|Flickr||Some people sew with a needle. Needles are sharp.|
|Flickr||Be careful with a needle. One end is pointy.|
|Flickr||Sewing with a machine uses thread. Sewing with a needle uses thread.|
|Flickr||When the pieces are all sewn, the dress is finished.|