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3 July, 2013

  • 04:11 PM

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    fuzzyg commented on the image Betty Draper Calling

    You could also do what people did back then, and use a stiff fabric right off. No interfacing fuss, and generally better results..



30 October, 2012



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21 September, 2012

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    fuzzyg commented on the article Classically Cozy: 13 New Plus Size Patterns

    Sorry, I find it rather boring. And I always wonder why a design with mid-front gathers should also have side darts, don’t you know how to rotate them into the gathers??

  • 09:26 AM

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    fuzzyg commented on the project polar fleece blazer

    It’s perfect! The classic pattern, the warm fabric, AND the color. Love it.



12 July, 2012

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    fuzzyg commented on the article Plus Size Members: Pattern Feedback Needed!

    No doubt you’ll get many requests for more fitted styles, but I appreciate the looser new styles. To me Burda should be about current styles, not about harebrained ideas of what suits individuals….



5 May, 2012



29 April, 2012

  • 04:49 PM

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    fuzzyg commented on the article New Plus Size Patterns: 6 Modern Styles

    Pretty funny assumption itsbeensewlong :-). But whatever makes you feel comfortable with your status quo is fine with me.

  • 04:45 PM

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    fuzzyg commented on the article New Plus Size Patterns: 6 Modern Styles

    First, it’s very easy in general to extend the size range from regular to plus and conversely. So don’t hesitate to tackle what you see in the other section that pleases you, just extrapolate how …



25 April, 2012

  • 07:36 AM

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    fuzzyg commented on the article New Plus Size Patterns: 6 Modern Styles

    I agree that it’d be much preferable to show these on a more mid-range plus-size model, instead of a barely-44-if-that. On the other hand, I understand that the majority of large women are closer …



15 April, 2012



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28 March, 2012

  • 07:48 AM

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    fuzzyg commented on the article Plus Size: New Patterns and Old Favorites

    Now if you could just put new patterns into the plus magazines, instead of rehashing everything that’s been published already in the regular one. And put out plus versions of successful regular pa…



26 March, 2012



5 March, 2012

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    fuzzyg commented on the project Plain bra

    You’re right, it’s as painfully difficult to find bras for small cups as for large ones.. and the foam cup thing is just too insulting (not to mention sweaty) to contemplate. In case you happened…



1 March, 2012



19 January, 2012

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    fuzzyg commented on the article Updated Pattern Instructions

    Amazing. After at least 10 solid years of everyone bitching about your instructions online, you have actually nocticed?!? Hurrah for the net.
    Hopefully you can stop putting facings in knits too…



15 January, 2012

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    fuzzyg commented on the project I can't believe I made bathers

    You did a great job!
    But I think I see some of my own problems with it :-). More lateral coverage, yes, but don’t forget to add a bit to the body length so that you get vertical coverage as well…



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4 December, 2011

  • 12:19 AM

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    fuzzyg commented on the article Holiday Giveaway: Day 3 Win a Craftsy "Hall Pass"

    For me, the perfect dress is a summer dress (I’d never consider wearing one in the winter). Therefore it must be loose, and be in a natural fabric. Preferably with a bit of texture so it doesn’t …



25 November, 2011



6 November, 2011

  • 12:45 PM

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    fuzzyg commented on the article Adding Seam Allowance

    Much better to add a guide arm to your rotary cutter. You just follow the seam line with the guide arm, and cut at the proper distance in one step.

  • 12:31 PM

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    fuzzyg commented on the project Billowy Blouse

    Fabulous. I actually made this out of fairly crisp cotton lawn (Liberty style) and it works very well too. In fact it’s like wearing nothing at all, it’s become my favorite for hot sticky days. …

  • 12:22 PM

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    fuzzyg commented on the project Stylish Dress Book 2009 - Dress D

    Simple pattern+ great fabric = excellent choice :-).

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