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1  SEWING IN GENERAL / Sewing in General: Discussion and Questions / resurrecting a pattern from the dead on: March 02, 2010 08:42:17 PM
hey everyone, well ive learnt my lesson about buying sewing patterns from charity op shops.

i brought the Simplicity 5092 (Misses Jiffy pullover tunic) a few weeks ago at one for 50c (wow big spender!) and just sat down for the first time to start it as my latest project only to find the previous owner has made a mess of cutting out the pattern and has all but destroyed it.

As i really like the shirt i do want to make it but is there any way i can resurrect the pattern from the dead and turn it into some workable pattern or is it doomed to the recycle bin and me look for another project?
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