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Posted on: 9/16/03 12:37 PM
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I ahve just received the Sewing for Kids kwik sew book, and they have some great references for alterating basic patterns.
I am sure you could take the same principle and incorporate them into adult designs.
For example, T shirt into night shirt, adding a yoke, changing collars on sweaters...etc etc

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Katharine in BXL said... (9/20/03 2:56 PM) Reply
Thanks for the tip, Lou! Bet that KW kids sewing book will keep you busy. Don't you love KS?
 
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