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41  Re: i <3 to sew r2 gallery in The Swap Gallery by PerachYafeh on: August 14, 2008 07:40:35 AM
I have received my pack from Scottskipper and I am speechless. I am so happy that I had a little tear in my eye (yes, my back hurt after I lifted the heavy pack...Just kidding Grin). Scottskipper raised the "Swap's bar" packs in such a level that I almost fainted! HAHAH. Feel the drama Wink...it is real. Take a look..pictures say more than a million words. Cheesy. THANKS SCOTTSKIPPER!!! Cheesy


I blogged about it too...so stop by! Wink
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42  Re: i <3 to sew r2 gallery in The Swap Gallery by PerachYafeh on: July 29, 2008 08:31:36 PM
Ahoy!!...Here is the loot..HAha.
As you kindly requested (gosh this is sooo over the top, HAHAH) the picture: I am new posting pictures, please forgive me if this is a little big.
I hope you are having a little fun Scotkipper!
PerachYafeh

A little bigger picture here:
http://www.anary.com/blog_images/Swap_pack_jul08.jpg
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43  Skirt, Dart & slipery material in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by PerachYafeh on: June 03, 2006 07:59:12 AM
Hello everyone,

  I finish this skirt this week and I would like to share with you all. I was postponing this project for a long time, since I was intimidated by putting a zipper on a slippery material.

  Advices, critiques, comments will be deeply appreciated.  Wink
Perach

All that I can think of after finishing this skirt is..It doesn's mater what adventure you are on..but the learning experience achieved while on it.. Smiley
Hope you like it
Perach
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44  Spring/Summer simple skirt in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by PerachYafeh on: May 19, 2006 09:25:34 AM
Hello,

     I made this super simple skirt for this coming season...I am into pink now - for the first time in my life Cheesy . Let me know how you like it. Pink flower cotton fabric and lingerie elastic (I found a pink cute one that desintegrated on my hands as I was sewing....so I had to get a regular scaloped white one). That is it Grin..sew simple... Wink..Kids play..


Thanks for looking! Smiley

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45  Cotton Blouse with Lace detail @}-- Tutorial --{@ in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by PerachYafeh on: May 11, 2006 04:56:16 PM
Hello,
      This is my first post at Completed Projects. I thought would be nice to share.
      I used my pillow as a model  Grin, since I do not have a dress form.
      I like the way it is. But, maybe you guys can give me more ideas for a new one Smiley
Perach Cheesy







 Wink Thank you guys for being so inspiring and helpful  Smiley


Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Tutorial  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy







 Smiley Sew the seams at the V neck
 Smiley Sew part A to part B
 Smiley Construct darts - front and back
 Smiley Sew the lace at the front (Use stitch from AB connection as a guide  Wink ). Tuck in the ends to the inside of the blouse
 Smiley Sew the ties at the same hight as the lace in the front - tuck ends also to the inside of the blouse
 Smiley Sew the blouse at shoulders
 Smiley Sew blouse on both sides
 Smiley Creating the armhole with shaped facing. Put pieces D/E over A (and C) (maching shape) - right side of the fabric facing each other. Baste them, clip the curve, to avoid pucking. Sew, then fold D/E in. Press and sew around the edge.
 Cheesy Hem the botton of the blouse
 Cheesy Hem the back part on the blouse at the neck.

 
Grin Tips Grin

 
  Use pins and basting stitches to create a good fitting
  Press the folds and seams. This will help to keep things in place and gives you a good finish.
 
I hope the instructions and the drawings that I create are ok. Please feel free to ask questions!
Good luck and have fun!!!!
Perach

I hope I use all the proper terms  Grin
 Wink
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