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Posted on:12/5/01 9:46 PM


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said... (1/7/02 10:58 PM) Reply
Debbie, the Marcy Tilton Jacket is a Vogue Pattern, #7473
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said... (1/5/02 7:28 PM) Reply
Sue Thanks for the insight on t-shirt fabric. Also in your photos you have a MT jacket I am not familiar with that company. Do they have a web site.
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said... (1/1/02 0:29 AM) Reply
(oops. got cut off) ok, especially for the price.
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said... (1/1/02 0:27 AM) Reply
I have found some knits at fabric mart (fabricmartfabrics.com) that are
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said... (12/30/01 1:33 AM) Reply
Ahh, the never ending search for good knits. This fabric is a funky print in a not-so-nice feeling poly interlock (but heck it was $1.99/yd!) from www.fabricclub.com I have found if you call them their buyer Rick will give you some reliable advice as to what they have in stock that is of good quality. I have also made this same pattern in a 99 cent/yard cotton knit from them bound at the neck with a stretch velvet that I was very happy with as well
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said... (12/28/01 0:55 AM) Reply
Sue I also searched for the perfect T-shirt pattern and found an ok one in Vogue designer line, but I like this Burda pattern better. Now the next problem, where do you find great T shirt fabric. I have bought several pieces but to no avail. They are always so sheer and flimsy, It would be great if there was a mail order site for great feeling / looking t shirt knit. Thanks for any help you can give. Debbie
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said... (12/23/01 0:25 AM) Reply
I've been looking for a decent Tshirt pattern that works for a SHAPELY woman! Bought this today and I'mtrying it in Slinky!
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