Work with V neck, Scoop neck, etc.

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    Sep 7, 2013, 02.05 AMby elisana

    Thank you for posting! I want to add gathers to a T-shirt for my daughter and couldnt figure out where to end the slash lines.

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    May 6, 2012, 05.58 PMby Anrob

    THANK YOU!!!! I have been looking for this for ages. Great pics by the way.

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    Sep 27, 2009, 03.52 AMby sazzle

    I have been searching for this technique for ages, thank you so much. Just about to embark on my 2nd JJ shirt too, am braving making it in chiffon – it’s been cut out for 2 weeks now…..

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    May 20, 2008, 07.02 AMby nehmah

    Thanks J.J., your method would add that extra fullness at the bust and waist without turning a pattern into a muumuu. Keep the how-to’s coming. You are saving sewers a lot of time and grief. Cordially, Nehmah

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    May 16, 2008, 08.22 PMby jellybean

    Oh JJ, these look great (as usual). Your how to is well explained too — you make it look so simple. I’ll have to have a go at this. As soon as I’ve finished all the projects I’ve got on the go. Thank you.

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    May 15, 2008, 02.59 AMby squirrellypoo

    thanks! I love it when you show how to alter patterns like this (and the leg of mutton top). I find it’s really easy to understand when I see it and then I can start learning how to pimp my own patterns!! :)

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    May 14, 2008, 11.50 AMby carottesauvage

    Thank you for the pleats instructions! Great tip!

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