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Topic: Sewing pom pom fringe to the bottom of a childrens A-line top  (Read 1104 times)
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« on: May 23, 2009 10:41:08 PM »

I am trying to figure out the secret to sewing the pom pom fringe to the bottom of a childrens a-line top in between the layers on the inside so all that shows is the poms and the strings that connect them.  Everyone says you just sew them on the inside and when you flip it right, they dangle down and nothing shows but the poms and the strings connecting them. When I lay my lining and the top fabric together like I would normally sew around the bottom, when I put the poms in there, it makes it puffy on the inside... I am afraid when I sew, the lining will be baggy when I pull it thru and turn it right... It is just thin cotton fabric. Like walmart print cotton and white thin cotton for the lining. The poms are the ones that have like a half inch on top then poms hanging ever inch or so. I sew the front and back of the front together, and the front and back of the lining together... then put them right sides together and I sew around the arms and top, then I sew all around the bottom...
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