The other day I really wanted to re-watch a video posted a while ago on junky styling where a woman refashioned a turtle neck by turning it on it’s side and making a few alterations. It was only by pure chance that my memory worked and I knew the article was about “junkyard/junk/junky style/fashion” and after a few failed attempts managed to stumble across the article.
It would be great if we could favourite articles we like so we don’t have to go searching for them (especially when sketchy on the details), much the same as we can favourite projects for inspiration down the track or add tutorials to our toolbox.
Could someone please let me know if this is already a feature I’m unaware of?
You could just use a Princess line bodice pattern and tape the pieces together at the b…
Still doesn’t seem to be fixed. Quite unprofessional!
Edited: Hi Gambiin – just reread your post and looked at the pattern – no shoulders to …
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