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Posted on:6/27/03 6:44 PM
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Deepika said...
Doreen, good review. I use steam a seam to hold the pockets.
6/30/03 10:08 AM
Doreene said...
AnneM, thanks for the advice. First review, didn't realize it would be in bold.
6/29/03 3:31 PM
AnneM said...
Nice classic blouse pattern, particularly for those interested in a slightly less fitted one. In the review, you might want to keep your portion outside of the <> backets that make text bold; it is a little easier to read that way.
6/28/03 9:46 PM
Doreene said...
From a previous hint, I used short lengths of fusible thread under the pocket which I ironed to hold it place while sewing. No need to pin.
6/28/03 6:14 PM
CarrieA said...
Doreen, Nice review! I am a Kwik Sew fan also. I noticed you used "fusible thread" as one of the tips you listed. I haven't tried that yet...sounds interesting.
6/28/03 1:51 AM
 
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