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I learned this technique from Nancy Zieman and I am glad it is being used again. Its a shame pattern companies can't do this in the beginning. This is very clever.
This looks fantastic and gives me ideas on how to use this technique, thanks for showing!
Hi, I am so impressed with Kenneth Kings ideas! I kind of like the way it looks from the wrong side and wonder if a person could use something circular to "cover" the stitching. I am going to try it. By the way, does anyone know how to do "Japanese" smocking?
I am going to make this today. I haven't had time to sew lately but am itching to make something. Thanks for the information.
I would love to have this. I spend so much time searching for articles in my magazines that it really slows me up...even though I do love looking at all of the back issues. I have been a subscriber for many years and love the magazine. Thank you for the chance to win this awesome prize.
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