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« on: December 23, 2013 01:24:58 AM »

Help! I made what should be an awesome fleece dress using a pattern from the Craftsy "Sewing with Knits" class. It is a surplice/wrap top with an empire waist. The bodice is too short, and when I sewed it all together the waistline hit just below the nipple. NOT A FLATTERING LOOK.  I cut the skirt off in an attempt to fix it, and now I'm kind of at a loss as what to do next. Suggestions appreciated!

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