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Topic: Kimono dress tute, oh so many pics *UPDATE* Action pics added  (Read 46211 times)
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« Reply #20 on: January 18, 2009 12:57:04 PM »

I havent actually started this yet lol Im waiting for the fabric I ordered to arrive but I just wanted to say i was laying in bed last night and I finally "got it" I can now picture in my head how Im going to sew it all together and how the pattern works! I know it might seem obvious but I was so pleased it finally made sense - cant wait for the fabric to arrive now!!
« Last Edit: January 18, 2009 12:59:01 PM by Flutteringby - Reason: Correcting my dreadful spelling mistakes! » THIS ROCKS   Logged
« Reply #21 on: April 29, 2010 06:54:22 AM »

This is a great tutorial/pattern.  I'm going to make one in size 3 for my dd.  I'll send you the details.  Thank you for sharing.

I just wanted to make a comment to the others who expressed dissapointment about not being able to make this without a serger.  You can still make this with a regular sewing machine.  Make all of your seams 1/2 inch with a regular straight stitch, and then always finish the seam with a zigzag.  Knit fabrics do not fray though so the zigzaging isn't completely necessary but will make it look more 'finished'.  Hope this helps.
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