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    Oct 18, 2011, 03.09 AMby babylee

    Thank you for this tutorial, it is fantastic! I just used this technique to finish a baby sleeping bag. -Abby www.thingsforboys.com

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    Apr 13, 2010, 06.45 AMby muhiddah

    Thanks. Great technique!

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    Nov 4, 2009, 01.35 AMby fancyfrocks

    This is how I make my shift dresses, When it gets to the stage of sewing the side seams, I leave a gap in the lining, then stitch the bottom of the lining and dress together ( the dress needs to be about 2-3 cms longer than the lining) from inside. then turn it through so it all falls into place and stitch the gap up in the lining, and voila no hem to sew!

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    Oct 13, 2009, 01.10 AMby rosetta-beck

    This is great, now to apply it. would it work for lining the charlie bag? Thanks for the great instructions. I haave never dont this, but I am certainly going to try it. I have been sewing since I was 5, and have never tried anything like this in my live, I am now 70. Rosetta

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