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PATTERNS FOR DESIGNING

kayrosie | Posted in General Discussion on

I am looking for the patterns that they had in one of the articles for Designing clothes.  You could use them like paper dolls.  Does anybody know what Magazine  number it was and if you can get it on line.

 

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  1. CarolFresia | | #1

    Rosie, go to the Threads home page and search on "Croquis." The entire family of fashion figures is available to be printed from our website there. If you have a little designers in the family, give him/her a copy of the appropriate child-sized croquis. My 4-year-old loves "designing" her own clothes this way.

    Carol

    1. kayrosie | | #2

      thanks for the information. I knew I had seen them somewhere but could not remember how to get to them. I will try that. Thanks again. I love this gatherings messenger.  It is great way to get your questions answered. 

    2. kayrosie | | #3

      I typed in Croquis but I could not get that web site to come up. Can you maybe email that site and I get it come up.  I must be doing something wrong.  Maybe you could email the whole page or something. My email is [email protected]

      Would appreciate it. I know exactly what you are talking about. My grandchildren liked that too. but I get something entirely different when I try to get it to come up. they lead me to a chart and all.  thanks

      1. CarolFresia | | #4

        Rosie,

        Try this:

        http://www.taunton.com/threads/pages/t00147.asp

        The Threads home page has been reconfigured--it took me a minute to find the search box!

        Carol

        1. kayrosie | | #5

          Thanks, that helped. I finally got them and printed them all out.  Great.

          1. CarolFresia | | #6

            Have fun!Carol

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