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Reviewed by:KatieA

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Posted on:10/21/07 8:46 AM
Last Updated:10/21/07 9:06 AM
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SewTwin said... (11/28/07 10:21 PM) Reply
Thanks, I forget about checking the fabric before I cut.You can definitely get help on the message board..The fabric is cool, though..
KatieA said... (10/21/07 12:26 PM) Reply
It's not the cowl part that is wrong, though it hadn't occurred to me that I had raised the neckline - it's the sleeves/underarm/side seams that are wrong. You can't actually see them in that photo but I've posted a photo of them on the message baord...
inkstain said... (10/21/07 10:35 AM) Reply
If I look at the drawing and then the photo, it appears to be that the "much too bagginess" was the graceful drape that in effect you heightened and eliminated with all your adjustments. You've in effect raised the neckline and probably would have had a better result if you'd not eliminated what only seemed too baggy but first pressed it lightly down into a lower drape? I recently did a draped bias on a dress by Vogue and at first felt like I had a fabric beak pointing out from my chestbone, but then once I'd pressed it into place, it looked fine.
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