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« Reply #10 on: March 20, 2010 08:46:19 PM »

Well if the fair your going to isnt really super hardcore about the rules, then make what you will feel most comfortable in and will make you happiest. Not to mention that whatever you make will be better than wearing jeans and a t-shirt to the fair. Im in the position of research right now for my outfit for October lol. I dont have access to the patterns here in korea but i have access to wonderfully priced fabric down at the fabric market. so its difficult to know exactly how much of what to buy. Love the bodice pattern you chose, Im going to see if i can find it on an online vendor that will ship to me.

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« Reply #11 on: March 20, 2010 09:18:14 PM »

Ooh, if you check out that Elizabethan costuming page that someone else linked to, there's a bodice pattern drafting instructional, and all sorts of tutorials!  It's very helpful.  I'm actually going to modify my patterns to there and back again, to make them a bit more accurate.  And I'm jealous of the fabric market!  We have the two standard chains here, and not much selection between the two.

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« Reply #12 on: March 22, 2010 04:11:58 AM »

Ill check the link out then. But I really need to take some pictures of the market before I leave. Its the main reason i don't want to leave. Im thinking maybe i should come back to Korea like once a year just to buy fabric and notions.

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