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It’s a week until Valentine’s Day, and love is certainly in the air! Every other commercial on television reminds men how much women like diamonds (not us though, we prefer something handmade, right!) and restaurants are clamoring for your attendance at their special Valentine’s day fea


I’ve got my hands (Osman) tie(d) up making gifts for loved ones! Its not surprising that I thought of demonstrating the French Bias Seam this week. After all, France is always thought of as one of the most romantic countries, and the French language, an arrow right through a girls heart by way of her ears! So learn how to bind your raw edges together, happily ever after, the French way- by following the steps in this How To!

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    Feb 9, 2008, 01.26 AMby berry-bee

    And that binding way in French is called couture anglaise which means English seam! How tricky? Bonne saint Valentin ;o)

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