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Now you know how to case this beautiful lace. Continue with your project and give us a look when you're done!

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    Aug 3, 2011, 05.00 AMby Tracey Osterlind

    This seems much harder than using a water soluble stabilizer. Could you discuss why you chose to not to use a stabilizer? Also, how are the shoulder seams finished?

    And, finally, how does the weight of the body of the dress affect the drape of the lace?

    Looking at the photo, I can imagine the lace distorting as the day goes on, letting the center front sag. Personally, I would choose to line the lace with netting. That way, any pulling is transferred to the supporting material, letting the lace retain its shape.

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    Sep 18, 2010, 02.49 AMby whimsy10510

    this could have turned into a train wreck in my hands. bless you people. :P

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    Sep 15, 2010, 03.28 PMby otsesis

    LOVED IT :)

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    Sep 14, 2010, 11.37 PMby mercedesgilces

    Muy lindo, buena idea para el cuello, creatividad en el uso de materiales :)

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    Jun 27, 2010, 11.51 AMby Nessa *

    Very helpful, thanks.

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    Apr 18, 2010, 06.50 PMby talkingpoptarts

    This is pretty awesome nice tute.

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