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10 April

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    Apr 10, 2012, 04.12 AMby Rikamekko

    Thank you again for favoriting my project,have a nice day!

31 January

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    Jan 31, 2012, 11.47 PMby Rikamekko

    Thank you for favoriting my technique : )

11 January

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    Jan 11, 2012, 09.08 PMby Stitchless

    Thanks for the favourite rating, Tree

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      Jan 12, 2012, 04.28 AMby sadafmurad

      you’re welcome! =)

20 December

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    Dec 20, 2011, 04.48 PMby patti-r

    Hi Sadaf, Do not have pattern, may help you or others when looking for information.

    Check this out :

    You have to enlarge the chart to read words next to symbols!

    Note the Key to Symbols Chart, The * * symbols represent, gathering. The Larger Black dots represent, easing. Hoping others have more input on the pattern.. Happy Holidays, Hugs Patti

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      Dec 21, 2011, 04.39 AMby sadafmurad

      thanks Patti!

      i was confused about how to attach the shoulder bits to each other. I don’t get what it means about trimming the front on one side and the back on the other. i can’t decide if i’m supposed to keep the edges exposed outside on hide them inside.

1 December

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    Dec 1, 2011, 03.24 PMby patti-r

    Saw your post but in a hurry, usually natural fiber fabrics work the best but other members have suggested several techniques :

    Make sure you test on scrap with the stain, some poly fabrics fade or keep loosing color and if stained the stain make be darker than rest of fabric.

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      Dec 1, 2011, 05.41 PMby sadafmurad

      thank you! i’ll try!

27 October