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Torn project by Butterick

DONNAKAYE | Posted in General Discussion on

For those of you who have been following the “torn projects” posts, I thought you might find it interesting that Butterick B4927, View A, is a torn project — that is, no pattern required (just a little measuring).  There are lots of torn projects in the pattern books.  As I come across them, I’ll point them out to you, if that would be helpful, that is…..donna kaye

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  1. Katina | | #1

    Yes, very helpful! Thanks Donna

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    ThreadKoe | | #2

    Donna, that would be really great. Part of learning to sew and fit garments is understanding fabric manipulation, and these no pattern projects are a great hands on way to do just that. Thank you for being so generous with your knowledge and time. I really appreciate it. Cathy

    1. DONNAKAYE | | #3

      You are most welcome.....d.

  3. damascusannie | | #4

    I've been wondering what the term "torn" meant. Shoot, I've been sewing skirts that way for years without even realizing it!

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      ThreadKoe | | #5

      Annie, I answered that for DonnaKaye under the 1966 Bishop Method Excerpt for you. Hope you find it helpful. Cathy

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