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15 January, 2012



14 January, 2012

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    mez53 commented on the project 40s jeans

    yours jeans look fantastic. I’m in the process of making jeans and I hope they will come out as good as yours



7 January, 2012



29 December, 2011

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    mez53 commented on the image Sweet Ruffled Trench (April)

    Hi, hv not seen this before I think it looks fabulous and congrates 4 making it to the handpicked page of 2011 keep the good work going



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27 May, 2011

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    mez53 commented on the project Roll-Up Organizer

    Thanks for your idea on this rollup organizer. I have been wanting to make one of these things for a long time and now that I have seen yours it has given me the inspiration to make it. Love the …

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    mez53 commented on the article 8 New Dress Sewing Patterns From Simple to Chic!

    Hi, I’m from Melbourne, Australia and yea we are freezing at the moment so I suggest that you could use a ponti de roma (a knitted blend fabric with a good handle seen some at Stoplight) in plain a…



9 March, 2011

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    mez53 commented on the technique Finishing the top of a zip: “Fiskars Unzipped”

    Thank you for your tutorial what a great way of finishing the top of an invisiable zip

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    mez53 commented on the technique Frill Seeking: Ruffles

    Living down under I miss sooooo much with fashion that is why I’v joined Burda style so I want to say that the dresses for summer/spring are gorgeous. Just a small comment on the instructions of ru…



2 March, 2011

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    mez53 commented on the project Long Jersey Cardigan

    I am looking forward to receiving my mag to obtain this pattern as I too will be making it up in many different fabrics. Keep up the good work as your site is a great addition to the magazines.