The pattern directions call for you to sew two front pieces together to create a “V” shaped neck. THEN you sew the lining (which, itself, is sewn exactly the same as the outside) to the outside using a continuous seam. I get that you make sure the needle is down and then pivot. HOWEVER, doing do created a lumpy “V” in the center of the bodice.
How the heck do I avoid/get rid of this?!!
I HAVE SAME PROBLEM AS IMAILLE ABOVE. DO I RESIZE PRINTER IF TEST SQUARE IF 10.5 SQUAR…
Agree!! I wish I could print to a plotter here at work ..sure would save time!
That’s interesting to know about salt. Thanks!
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