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where does one go to get a broomstick skirt? like, seriously. plain cotton or rayon. solid color or at the very least not an atrocious pattern. and an actual broomstick that has sufficient fabric that can be tied up and out of the way while you're working, not a flowy-but-not-voluminous pseudo-broomstick.

years ago, i remember buying them at burlington coat factory, but the closest one of those to me is in reading. ew.

and yes, i know how to make them. i have the tools, the technology, and probably the fabric. i also have a list of much more pressing crap to do. we're vending at a festival this coming saturday, and i really, really want the flexibility of a broomstick. my last one fell apart last summer.

so, where does one buy a broomstick skirt?

or, should i bite it, spend the hour, and make some?

Date: 2008-06-09 03:49 am (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] kyleri
Mostly I've gotten them online or in thrift shops.

Not particularly useful I know...

Making one is probably faster. :/

What kinda festival? Details! Details! :)

Date: 2008-06-09 11:24 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] arcadian72.livejournal.com
I would say look at Goodwill/Salvation Army. Or New Hope - but that's farther than Reading! ;)

Date: 2008-08-27 01:55 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] magdalenavb.livejournal.com
Ellie's Choice in Phoenixville. No, seriously, don't look at all the shit in the front half of the store, hold your nose to get past all the incense and try not to bump into the overcrowded racks of schlock... the back half of the store is all hippie clothes.

Kimberton Whole Foods, though they have a small selection and may or may not have a broomstick skirt at any given time. They just got a new shipment of clothes, though - I got an awesome skirt last week.

Gypsy Rose is a local distributer - maybe you can call them for a list of local dealers of their clothing. http://www.gypsyrose.com/clothing.asp

Maybe I should change my username to askahippie LOL


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