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1  SEWING IN GENERAL / Sewing Machines: Discussion and Questions / help with mr. ruffler on: April 19, 2005 11:15:36 AM

hi.  i ordered one through the link given in a differnt craftster thread and i am having a bit of trouble making use of all the features.  i can't believe it did not come with an instruction leaflet.  i was able to make some ruffles attached to a piece of fabric, but i have questions about what the notches on the right side are.  you can lift up the deal and slide it over to a new setting.  wtf is this?  i understand that the screw is moved in or out depending on what size you want the ruffle....but what about those other settings?  i have searched google and i am still in need of help.  if anyone could enlighten me, it would be greatly appreciated.   thanks for any help!!  leslie 
i posted this in 2 places hoping for the most exposure.  thanks for understanding!! Grin
2  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / does anyone have any tips for sewing the placket part of a polo shirt front? on: February 14, 2005 03:49:33 PM
i mean the part where there are 3 or so buttons.  i got the collar on alright but the pattern i am using only has written instructions no pics and i am so confused.  i figured it was a longshot but i thought i would ask.  thanks for any suggestions.  if anyone has a pattern for a polo/pullover/golf shirt that has the pictures, a scan of that part would be such a lifesaver.  i was going to buy a different pattern and just follow the instructions for that part and then get back to my original pattern but i went through vogue, butterick and mccalls books and i couldn't find any polo shirt patterns.  i think it would have to be a 'vintage' pattern. thanks!! Smiley
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