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Posted on: 4/11/09 4:35 PM
You may need to lengthen to give a better finish. I found that when it was made to the exact length of the pattern it was too short and didn't really give a flower girl finish, when lengthend it looked much better, but it may all depend on the height of the child. This tip is definately worth considering or making provisions for.

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lindany said... (4/18/09 9:30 PM) Reply
LOL-ditto for me guys ?????- although I am not being critical-hopefully gellod will turn the light on for us ?????
solosmocker said... (4/18/09 7:31 AM) Reply
I am not quite getting this. What is a gellod? I believe your name may have been mistakenly put where the tip name goes and perhaps some editing is in order. Just trying to help.
cindyann said... (4/13/09 1:01 PM) Reply
I think gellod mistakenly placed this in tips/techniques instead of in pattern reviews. Her skirt review is there now.
reneeb4930 said... (4/12/09 7:50 PM) Reply
??????????
Winifred said... (4/12/09 6:21 PM) Reply
????????!!!!!!
Teeavilnor said... (4/12/09 3:30 PM) Reply
What is it about?
Birgitte said... (4/12/09 3:36 AM) Reply
My thoughts exactly... What's this about?
granny geek said... (4/12/09 0:03 AM) Reply
I didn't understand this tip at all.....am I missing something here?
 
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