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Posted on:3/13/04 2:10 PM
Last Updated:3/13/04 2:12 PM

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JDpenelope said... (3/14/04 5:21 AM) Reply
Beautiful job. I like your WalMart top almost as much as your upscale EOS top.
Levone said... (3/13/04 11:18 PM) Reply
Thanks for the nice comments. PattyU, I did use wooly nylon in the looper, however I only used it in the lower looper. Next time I will be sure to use it in both the upper and lower looper.
PattyU said... (3/13/04 4:20 PM) Reply
Great looking tops. Have you tried using wooly nylon in the loopers for the lettuce edging? I'm new to serging myself, but I've read that wooly nylon "fluffs up" and fills in the stitch. Maybe that would give you the thicker look you want?
CatherineN said... (3/13/04 3:29 PM) Reply
Your tops look very nice. The difference in the style of fabrics makes them look so different...the beauty of sewing your own.
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