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1  Re: Help identifying hooded jacket- possibly Simplicity **EDIT: More Pictures in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by Precious on: October 19, 2006 03:37:21 PM
The easiest way I can describe a raglan sleeve is to think of a baseball style shirt.  Like this:



Set in sleeves look like the sleeves on a regular tshirt.  The seam goes around your shoulder/arm joint.

Make sense?  Clear as mud?

It makes sense and now I see the difference!
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2  Help identifying hooded jacket- possibly Simplicity **EDIT: More Pictures in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by Precious on: October 17, 2006 10:22:51 PM
Hey!

 A WONDERFUL girl over at LJ made a few jackets and the most info I can gather about the pattern is that its Simplicity and she made some alterations. I'm in LOVE with this jacket and would like to make it for myself sometime in the future and was hoping someone could help me find some similar styles.


I searched 'jackets' on sewingpatterns.com (all 1000+ patterns, and didn't find anything Sad It doesn't have to be Simplicity, it can be any brand, maybe you can find something over at sewingpatterns.com that i missed. Feel free to post anything similar - she did say she modified it. If these are your pictures, you're excellent and if you want me to remove them just PM me.

Thanks!!

Edit: More pictures of the houndstooth and a few other versions of the jacket she made. I would love to do a sew a long as long as we can postpone it for a month or so....[Sorry these pictures are so wonky, supload is down for me]


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3  5 yds of Tulle/ Wanting a Tutu :) in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by Precious on: December 28, 2004 04:46:17 PM
I went to Walmart today and bought 2.5 yds of light pink sparkly tulle, 2.5 yds of Hot Pink tulle which look really pretty layered, 2.5 yards of hot pink ribbon [I dont know why], and 3/4 in. wide elastic. The intention was to get 5 yards of each but then I was like, maybe 5 total will be enough, cause it was folded. Mistake? I think so.

I've looked through the tutorials and this is what I can gather, because I dont exactly like one tutorial fully.

1)Fold the tull so one side is longer to get layers.
2) Sew along the fold of the tulle, not backstitching.
3) Pull the string to scrunch it.
4) Create a "pocket?" to insert the elastic Huh
5) Give the ribbon the finger cause I fucked up the entire thing.

Thats pretty much how I think its gonna go. Can someone please help me.

Oh yeah, I added pictures. I want this, only a bit longer.


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