Member Since: 06/27/2011
I love watching Judith Neukam explain things. This is the best quick tip so far. Well done!
How did you finish the edge of the lapped seams that shows?
I recently altered a mens T shirt to make it more feminine. In addition to cutting out the high ribbrd neck and making it a rounded scoop, I also re- used the neck ribbing. To do this, I separated it from the fabric, ironed it open, then cut it in half lengthwise. This gave me a piece of ribbing in exactly the same color as the T and long enough to finish the new scoopneckline with. It produced a lovely narrow ribbed band that gave the T a nice light professional look.
What about just zigzagging around the pattern while itsonthe fabric - one piece at a time, of course...
this happens to be a good color for me personally and I LIKE it a lot. I'm looking forward to finding things in this beautiful shade.
this problem has dogged me for sooo long. Can't wait to try it! Hope it works...
love this video. It's got mant useful tips! A real confidence boaster!
Love the facing without a shoulder seam!
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