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Pattern Reviews> Pink Fig> 14 (The Mia Top)

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Heatherrique said... (5/7/11 1:10 PM) Reply
Eyecatchingly charming dress on your adorable model! Thanks for the link to the shirring tutorial.
JanElise said... (5/6/11 9:49 PM) Reply
Molliefran, Thanks for the suggestion. I would like to try it again and that sounds like a good idea.
Molliefran said... (5/6/11 10:39 AM) Reply
Faster shirring: do not stop and cut threads at end of each row. Make right angle and continue sewing about 1/2". Turn again and continue your next line of shirring. This makes much better stability with not all of the loose ends. You can use this method on the sides of any size t-shirts to give them an upscale RTW look
AlexaNJ said... (5/5/11 4:08 PM) Reply
So cute! Love the fabric too!
MamaSewing said... (5/5/11 3:51 PM) Reply
Very cute top - thanks for the info about the time needed to make this!
 
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