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Date Posted: 12:37:26 03/15/02 Fri
In reply to: K 's message, "Fabrics" on 15:41:14 03/10/01 Sat

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Date Posted: 12:41:28 03/15/02 Fri

I know these are talked about a lot, and I believe they are called dress shields ( the things that I guess protect your dress from sweat and the like) but what exactly are they, and where can they be found and for how much?

- They are a crescent-shaped (sort of) piece of material. There are stick-on ones, which you throw away after wearing once or twice, or more permanent ones, which are sewn in. You can buy them at most fabric stores.
- I buy the permanent ones at JoAnn's and just pin them in, take them out to wash after each wearing, my daughter doesn't like the stick-on ones, they tend to bunch up

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