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Posted on:8/13/11 2:26 AM


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Mary Hayes said... (4/10/13 9:17 AM) Reply
collars can be easy. This is for a rolled collor but I have learned to use it for other collors with success. a rolled collor is shaped along the outer edge and has a top and bottom portion with a seam joining the out side edges. this seam gives a bulky apperance. Instructions for a jiffy collor which is much easier. . Cut a duplicate collar out of tissue paper ADDING 5/8" seam allowance at center back. Lay the duplicate pattern over the original pattern at the center front edge matching the seam allowances of the two pattern pieces. tape the pieces together. Your new collor is complete. the front edge seam has been "switched " to the center back of the undercollor. I think once you have tried this and it works for you. you won't dread collars on anything. mjh
Sewiing Sue said... (8/13/11 12:04 PM) Reply
Lovely fabric and well executed pattern.
Christas said... (8/13/11 10:10 AM) Reply
Very nice blouse!
Lori V said... (8/13/11 8:06 AM) Reply
Very pretty blouse.
 
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