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1  CLOTHING / Clothing for Curvaceous Craftsters: Completed Projects / Red skirt with ruffle on: October 20, 2008 01:44:20 PM
Hi, everyone!

This is the first project that I've posted on Craftster. I've been quilting for a long time, but I'm just learning to sew other things. This was fun to make. Thanks for looking! : )

2  NEEDLEWORK / Needlework: Discussion and Questions / Is it okay to enlarge a transfer? on: October 15, 2008 07:16:45 AM
Hey, all you clever stitchers! : )

I have a book of embroidery transfers that are very cute, but very tiny. I want to enlarge a couple of them, but was wondering if that is okay to do, with copyright and all that. Or do the manufacturers just assume you are going to mess around with the designs and personalize them? It would be for my own pesonal use. I'm not selling them, or anything.

Thanks for your help!
3  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / Sewing Newbie Question on: October 14, 2008 01:11:44 PM
Hi, Craftsters!

I have a feeling this is a silly question, but I am going to ask it anyway. I've done a lot of quilting, but I've just started sewing clothes.

I was wondering how much fabric you turn up on the hem of your skirt. I made a new skirt last night, but only hemmed up a half inch of material. Now, when I'm looking at a store bought skirt I have, I see that they hemmed up an inch of fabric. I used some very swishy polyester material.

Thanks so much for your help. It has been so much fun to come here and see all the beautiful work everyone does. That's what inspired me to try my own skirt!

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