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1  what do these feet do? in Sewing Machines: Discussion and Questions by hesmywatermelon on: May 10, 2009 03:15:44 AM
Hi, another one from me im afraid  Grin

I just got a a new sewing machine, and it came with all these feet! I was wondering if anyone coudl help me identify them? The instructions dont say what they are, and it would be nice to know my options!

I wasnt sure how to write on the pic itself, so lets call them 1 to 5 starting at top left and reading like a book, right to left.

I also have a long white plastic thing for button holes, so im assuming one of these is for sewing buttonholes? i dunno! :-)

thanks guys, i know theres a wealth of knowledge on here! :-)

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2  Re: little help with a take on an infinity dress in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by hesmywatermelon on: March 12, 2008 05:45:39 AM
wow! you are a star! thanks! i totallyw asnt getting it!

so do we think it looks something like this?

please excuse my very VERY poor drawing skills!

a skirt with a boobtube on top,that goes all the way around but when you cut the boob tube part you also cut these log sash parts at the front

whatdaya think?!

(he he, it kinda looks like a bunny rabbit)  Cheesy
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3  little help with a take on an infinity dress in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by hesmywatermelon on: March 12, 2008 03:32:12 AM
Hi everyone,

So i have made a few infinity dress versions,one short one long a few materials etc. and i love them! they are great! so i am getting into making convertable clothing, as i am travelling ALOT this summer and i want floaty clothing that i can wear at LEAST two ways that dont take up room in my backpack  Grin

ive found a dress id like to recreate, but i cant for the life of me figure it out. i think im having a silly moment, i just dont under stand where the straps are attached?!
I think its a skirt, with a kind of tube top attached, but then where do the straps come from?!i cant figure out where theya re attcahed to the dress? im not sure if its rosestitchery's way, (it doesnt look like it) or some other way?
(rosestitchery tutorial - http://rowena.typepad.com/rostitchery/2006/06/one_seam_conver.html )

And here's where i found the dress (versatile collection link)

anyway here are a few pictures, two different styles butone front and one back. ANY help is already very much appreciated!

(click to get them bigger)


(please forgive me if ive posted in the wrong place!)

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