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1  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / here a frey, there a frey, everywhere a frey! frey! on: August 19, 2004 11:18:48 PM
maybe i'll sound a little new to this.. and maybe it'll sound a little silly.. but i've searched high and low all over craftster, to no avail.


*wipes forehead* phew.. .. okay, that said, here is my question:

i'm working on this patchwork skirt. your general squared-off, stereotypical hippy skirt. very basic. i've done it before. but i hate hate HATE the way they frey on the inside. i don't have a serger and using frey-stop gets scratchies all over my poor little legs. ..so, what should i do? should i just line the entire skirt? i'd really rather not so that it can be light for those hot summer days. i could fold the hem under, i guess.. but is there an easier, less time consuming answer to my dilemma?

somebody, please rescue me from the depths of frey-hell.

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