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Thank you for the pattern. I plan on getting a full-size copy. Designers are so very creative. It would e great to have other designer originals.
How fun--I will try the banded armseye. I always learn something from your articles. Thank you
I love the Spring 2013 colors. I have loved each seasons new colors and have found that I could wear almost any color depending on whether I warmed or made the color more cool.
This was an excellent reminder--Thank you.
Thank you for putting diagrams and words to the way I would make a straight side seam on my skirts.
Wow--the books sound like it would be fun relaxing reading.
Thank you for the tech. information. Love "Threads Magazine"
I love it. Can't wait until I have dress to use it on.
I use this method and love it. I found the instructions in Threads Magazine Archive. Everytime I see an article written by Susan--I know it will be spot on. Thanks.
I have been using an old Life magazine rolled up and covered with muslin, but after seeing your idea--I like the extra long lenght--I'm going to ask my husband to get me some molding. Thanks for the idea.
Thank you for sharing I love this kind article.
Kathleen, thank you so much for posting your dress and story. I loved both. If you added an addition of 10+ more years to your age, my story could be yours. I agree, never give up the path that The Lord purposed for you and continue to build on the skills that you have practiced.
Something new to try. Thank you. I appricate the ideas for advanced sewists and well as beginners.
Thank you very much for giving us "the" best information.
Threads is my very favorite magazine. Every issue includes the very best, in dressmaking. Thank you
I love this issue of Threads--so much info--I can't wait to read everything. Thank you
Thank You--I love this finish--I have used it on a jacket, but had trouble top stitching from the right side of the armhole and just catching the tape edge. Your basting first would have helped and will help me next time.
I have 4 granddaughters that I am making school skirts that have zippers--for trimming--so fun
Wow-How creative. The ideas will be very helpful. I also love the silk burlap. I have used the folded bias facing on children's dresses. Can't wait to try the scalloped edging. Thank you.
Thank You so much--I can't wait until I have fabric to put into pratice. I love your articles in Threads--wish I was located where I could take a class from you. Thank you..
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