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Posted on:9/12/11 1:28 AM
Last Updated:9/12/11 5:13 AM


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miausiau said... (9/12/11 8:37 PM) Reply
Sometimes a hem sits better if it is hand sewn. If there is an off grain or an unintended stretch the fabric can be more easily manipulated by hand. Also wetting the fabric can restore its natural grain and you can go from there. If its going to bother you enough so that it goes unworn perhaps you should try a fix, just don't cut anything until you'e slept on it! A fine cotton is a wonderful thing.
MNBarb said... (9/12/11 11:19 AM) Reply
It has enough detail to make it look special and this was a good fabric choice.
Vintage Joan said... (9/12/11 8:44 AM) Reply
This is really lovely -- much more interesting than they make it look in the pattern photos. :)
FreyaStark said... (9/12/11 7:06 AM) Reply
A nice top. It looks good in that fabric, too. I don't know what to suggest about the hem on the bottom left, but I hope you'll figure out something.
 
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