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Pattern Reviews> Christine Jonson> 723 (Straight Shirt)

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Reviewed by:Mary Ann

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Posted on:8/16/02 9:06 PM
Last Updated:10/12/02 10:25 PM

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Mini said... (12/27/02 10:53 PM) Reply
I signed in to Ofoto and got my pix not yours!? Sounds like a nice shirt though:).
Sherril Miller said... (12/27/02 8:18 PM) Reply
I tried your photo link and got a sign-up page to ofoto. I would love to check out your lace shirt.
said... (10/12/02 11:10 PM) Reply
Mary Ann, your outfit is just as beautiful as those in the CJ picture gallery!
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said... (10/5/02 3:38 PM) Reply
mary ann, i would love to see a photo (or 2 or 3!).
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said... (8/16/02 11:23 PM) Reply
Gina, thanks for the hint. I feel like I just ell off the turnup truck. what is this new (to me) invention, "self stick stabilizer"? Who makes it ?Is it everywhere, and I've just not noticed? Thanks.
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said... (8/16/02 11:02 PM) Reply
When ever I make button holes on a sheer or lace I use self stick stabelizer. I usually use the kind with the grid. While the stablizer is still on the backing I mark the button hole placments along a long strip of it. The grid makes it really easy to make sure the placement is exact. Then I stick the whole thing to the front of the shirt and stitch away. Before I remove it I always use fray check on the stitching at the holes so as not to distort it at all and it keep it neat. Applying it while the stabilizer is still on also ensures it doesn't accidentally get on the fabric.
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