i wonder…. are there just too many categories in discussions now? i mean, while it’s great to have so many options, there are 27 forum categories to post to!!!
if i was the center of the universe, i would narrow it down to maybe five or six— “website help”, “sewing advice”, “share/classifieds”, “off-topic chatter”, and “sewing clubs”. i find that most boards have these broader categories, and then one uses the post title to make it more specific. that way the discussions homepage is far less cluttered. and it might generate more activity in each forum as well— if i’m already honed in on “website help-my profile”, i miss posts in the 10 other “website help” sub-categories that i might actually have an answer for.
I’m new to sewing and I don’t understand the pattern instructionsfor the waistband on t…
Hi Chillwear, we are experiencing slight delays due to a high volume of project posting…
I just tried to post a project, not showing up in my studio or on the project page….
I agree with esamuels. 10 cm is what you want, which is just a little smaller then 4 in…
You may wish to check to see if it prints exactly 10 cm. Mine printed 1/16th of an inch…
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