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sewing a simple placket for sleeves with cuffs.

Technique Materials

fabric, scissors, thread, marking tool

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    Oct 29, 2008, 01.25 PMby thora47

    Oh thank you, thank you, thank you! I had absolutely no clue what I was supposed to do on my JJ. This helped immensely.

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    Sep 1, 2008, 06.29 PMby lindsaycirclesquare

    can anyone tell me where i can get that chrysanthemum fabric from?! i’d love to get hold of some!

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    Aug 7, 2008, 09.39 AMby doryo

    I had a hard time seeing the details in the photos. Esp. the “v” diagonal. Not sure exactly what that was. Closeups would be appreciated.

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    Aug 7, 2008, 08.33 AMby wzrdreams

    This is great! I’ve been pondering this problem myself. I have a vintage dashiki that I want to add a center front placket to make it more comfortable. Now I won’t be afraid to try it – THANKS!

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    Aug 5, 2008, 05.58 AMby anajan

    Great how to. Thanks!

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    Aug 2, 2008, 11.08 AMby krunamagiar

    hey..this is what I need.Thanks!!! I went crazy with JJ blouse bcoz of this. Thanks alot!!

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