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Posted on:1/3/09 2:45 AM
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Kikulina said... (6/27/14 5:10 AM) Reply
Very helpful! I am going to sew this pettiocoat in future and the original tutorial vas very confusing for me, your tips and trics cleared it nicely.
MeganJ said... (5/8/09 0:19 AM) Reply
SO cool! Thanks so much for adding this, it's an inspiration. And I love the pic of the empty hem tape packages, lol.
Annette1 said... (3/18/09 0:44 AM) Reply
Now that's a LOT of netting and a LOT of hem tape, all combined into a lovely little confection that will be perfect for your wedding day.
fourkid said... (1/4/09 11:05 AM) Reply
This is wonderful - and thanks for the great links!!! Now I can finish the petticoat I was trying to make for my Dgd.
Diane333 said... (1/4/09 10:41 AM) Reply
Judy Wentz said... (1/4/09 9:00 AM) Reply
absolutely WOW!
Catbird said... (1/3/09 8:14 PM) Reply
All you need is a ballerina and this petticoat could be on stage. It's absolutely beautiful!
kathleencramer said... (1/3/09 3:06 PM) Reply
Wow! Nice job on the petti coat! I have put several simpler pettiecoats under my little girlsdress and Ihave found that it is easier to do it backwards- start with the longest strips first (the bottom layer) Gather it to the next layer and work up. You did a fabulous job. I'm so excited tohave these directions! I'm going to work on one for my daughter right away!
Lady_Mame said... (1/3/09 2:10 PM) Reply
I've been wanting to do this pattern myself, but couldn't figure out some of the instructions-- thanks so much for the tutorial link!
morzel said... (1/3/09 1:42 PM) Reply
Well, thank you for this great info on how to create a petticoat. I got netting quite a while ago and never came around to making a petticoat - now I know how!
mars418 said... (1/3/09 1:19 PM) Reply
Beautiful job! Can't wait to see the wedding dress.
boppingbeth said... (1/3/09 9:09 AM) Reply
Looks great--and what a neat idea to finish each edge. Gives it a lot more fullness, I think. This is my favourite petticoat pattern.
jacquiJB said... (1/3/09 8:43 AM) Reply
Your petticoat looks great! And I'm really looking forward to seeing your finished dress. Did anyone else have a problem with the Craftster link, though? More popup windows than any "pornado" I've ever been caught in. Too bad -- I was looking forward to reading the tutorial there, as well.
BetsyV said... (1/3/09 8:33 AM) Reply
Wow Shannie - can't wait to see the final dress with this fantastic petticoat underneath it!
Cathy Loves Fabric said... (1/3/09 5:06 AM) Reply
Wow what a project. Even the petticoat is beautiful. It will be interesting and very educational to watch the progress of the gorgeous wedding dress.
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