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bjr99

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2 July, 2015

  • 12:06 PM

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    bjr99 commented on the project Maxi and Mini Summerdress

    Both dresses are fantastic. Great fabric choices!

  • 12:04 PM

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    bjr99 commented on the project PAINT DRESS

    Fantastic dress. Love the fabric. You look great in it!

  • 12:02 PM

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    bjr99 commented on the project Maxi dotty skirt

    Beautiful skirt. You look fabulous in it! So nice for summer.



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15 June, 2015

  • 09:40 AM

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    bjr99 commented on the forum topic Wish I had stitched pattern number into the blouse

    I keep a sewing notebook. Every project has a swatch of fabric attached along with fabric content pattern info, and sewing notes. The notes can include alterations needed, thread used, tensions et…



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27 May, 2015

  • 03:24 PM

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    bjr99 commented on the forum topic Magazine patterns

    Before you go to yourfashion fabric make a muslin to check the fit. You can adjust the ease then if needed.



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30 January, 2015

  • 05:59 PM

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    bjr99 commented on the forum topic Corset question

    Hope that yor machine is OK. I took mine in over Christams in between shows. It is running much better.

    I’m still interested in knowing what the outcome of your seam is.



25 January, 2015

  • 10:46 AM

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    bjr99 commented on the forum topic Rosa jacket lining problem

    For those of us who don’t have the magazine a photo would be helpful.

  • 10:44 AM

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    bjr99 commented on the forum topic Corset question

    Maybe you could put some sort of interfacing in the seam area. A light fusable might be just enough to give the stitching a bit more to bite into. I guess you just need to play around with it and s…

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