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Kenneth King can play with my pants anytime! He works miracles on fit.
I also add a light weight fusible such as Misty with the interfacing. This helps reduce/eliminate fraying once button hole is cut.
I love using this technique. Often, I will add a seed bead for and added detail. Looks very rich along a zipper - the shimmer of a glass bead on that simple black dress...
I use my 6 x 24 quilting ruler and fold the fabric around it. I than fold this piece in half lengthwise. I keep the folded pieces in a bookcase with the folded edge facing out. I can see all my fabric at once. I group then by color and/or type (oriental, kids, etc). Having them in full view helps in my fabric choices and no hunting for that piece of fabric I know i purchased.
And it looks great!
I've been serging for 25 years and just recently updated to the state of the art serger. I love it but know there is always more to learn. This book sounds great!
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