Member Since: 02/10/2009
Someone at threads went to the trouble to print paper labels to place on the fabric pieces shown on the cutting mat. What, please, do they say? If I enlarge the photo, the printing becomes a blur. Thanks for your time and the information.
Having visited Plimoth Plantation, albeit quite a few years ago, I find it hard to believe that the women who came over wore such a jacket. I have always thought that people of that era dressed rather sedately. Nice work, though.
To me, these look like regular ol' pleats but with quite a lot of fabric between them. I thought cartridge pleats were round and looked as though they had padding inside to keep them round.
I have a serger, but I use it only for serging garment pieces before sewing. I would like to know how else I can use it.
Excellent article about fiber characteristics, but the title is too long. Leave off "for Plus-Sized Designs". The author describes the fibers but comes short of telling the plus-sized figure what fabrics to choose. There is more to fabric than fiber content - color, scale of the design. Runa is correct: this article applies to everyone. It is not specific to the plus-sized figure.
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