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Posted on:12/6/01 12:36 PM
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said... (12/23/01 3:00 PM) Reply
Thanks for your reviews - I have the pattern altered and just need to cut it out. Debbie, the burrito technique is very simple and gives a much cleaner finish to the front band but it is hard to describe. I will attempt to capture it with my digital camera during construction and post on my site http://sewingbunny34.tripod.com/gigiswideworldofsewing
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said... (12/21/01 3:40 AM) Reply
I have also made this pattern recently and love it . although I will admit that marking dots and slashes is very important. I also made this in a cotton weight (batik) and enjoy the jacket look, but it would visually add several pounds to wear it as a shirt. I found the sleeves (lower arm area) extremely fitted and chose to add a little width. As always I was very pleased with the patten and have purchased the complete line. Skymon stated that she would use the burrito techinque on the collor in the future and I would enjoy learning this techinque. Please advise. Thanks
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said... (12/21/01 3:38 AM) Reply
I have also made this pattern recently and love it . although I will admit that marking dots and slashes is very important. I also made this in a cotton weight (batik) and enjoy the jacket look, but it would visually add several pounds to wear it as a shirt. I found the sleeves (lower arm area) extremely fitted and chose to add a little width. As always I was very pleased with the patten and have purchased the complete line.
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