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Yeah! Why is everything white? I dyed a bunch of stuff I was given, but not the fancy organic ones, now they are kind of dingy. I was thinking I know a organic coffee roaster, so I was thinking organic coffee for organic cotton....
I don't know if anyone has experience with this, but I would say that generally people don't and so the best way to answer your questions is to do a test and see what happens. If you want to do it in not a stretch you will probably have to do something to keep the edges from fraying. What do you mean bias out the edges? If you want a slit it can be on the bias, if you want a hole then some if it will be on the bias and some of it wont. Do I understand what you are saying? I think it depends on your fabric, your shapes and where you have places them, how the holes will act and if you need more shaping darts to control the fabric. What do you mean remove darts? If you want it form fitting (are starting with a darted bodice) I think you would construct the bodice then make the cut outs. So the darts are there where the fabric is, but gone in the hole. Again, if I understand and if I am making sense. I actually have no idea how this would work, just educated guesses. I don't know about cutting the fabric on the bias, again I would answer your questions by doing some tests to see what works the best. You have all the questions and the ability to answer them, it will just take you some work.