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6 August, 2010



23 February, 2010

  • 08:58 PM

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    s0mmer commented on the project Anita

    Something weird is going on with your crotch curve. It’s not visible in the model pics but is obvious in the member photos. These would be really cute if they fit us like they fit the model :p



9 February, 2010

  • 08:55 PM

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    s0mmer commented on the project Fatina

    Am I the only one who has a problem with the name Fatina? Come on! You are in NY after all.



26 August, 2009

  • 12:31 AM

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    s0mmer commented on the project Phi-Hong

    Surely I’m not the only one who doesn’t understand this description: "Make sure to wear an underskirt! This skirt is so light and swingy because all panels start right at the waist and hence your u…



12 June, 2009



21 May, 2009

  • 06:57 PM

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    s0mmer commented on the project Zoe

    Line drawings of the patterns along with photos would be great. I can’t tell what the neckline is with the giant turtle/cowl neck hanging over. Yes it’s a cute outfit (no doubt the panties match)…



2 December, 2008



25 November, 2008

  • 01:43 PM

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    s0mmer commented on the project Bambi

    Seriously though, Bambi? You couldn’t think of anything more sexist to call this? A knowledge of, and respect for, the past would be appreciated especially by this 30-something se…



15 October, 2008

  • 05:20 PM

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    s0mmer commented on the technique Pick the Right Thread

    Coats&Clark is widely available in the US and perfectly serviceable, but what about other brands? I found this C&C commercial to be terribly unhelpful and made me less likely to try their new thre…



16 September, 2008

  • 11:14 PM

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    s0mmer commented on the project Dirndl Top

    Your fit of your top is very nice, excellent job.

    To eliminate the neckline darts you can draft them out. Copy the pattern you used, mark the location of the neckline darts, then cut the…

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