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Posted on:2/10/09 12:31 PM
Last Updated:2/10/09 12:48 PM

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fourkid said... (2/12/09 4:05 AM) Reply
So cute - don't you just love sewing for granddaughters!
Diana M said... (2/10/09 1:46 PM) Reply
CUTE jumper -- isn't is a bugger when something so simple keeps presenting challenges? But you've got it down now for next time!
katlew03 said... (2/10/09 1:18 PM) Reply
Tunneling is when your fabric bunches up between the twin needles instead of lying flat.
renren said... (2/10/09 12:42 PM) Reply
Spring is in the air when little girls start wearing dresses like these. Very, very sweet. And although I did not know the term "tunneling," I think I know what it is. I think it has happened to me, although I called it drifting. Good job and congrats on not giving up and going to bed sulky (that would be me!)!!!
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