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katisue
« on: June 07, 2008 01:54:01 PM »

I have a problem. I made a dress that is too tight in the butt, and so I wanted to turned the pencil skirt like bottom into an a-line. Well, I tried ripping out the side seams upto the hip, basting in a gusset, and it came out pooching on the sides! Has anyone ever tried this before and or do you guys have some tips??

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