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shoegazer
« on: February 05, 2006 04:29:30 PM »

Has anyone done this pattern? Let me tell you it is anything but easy, and I am very frustrated as I am new to sewig and this is one of my first projects. I expected a pattern that was very straight forward, easy to read and easy to sew.... a pattern that would take a few hours at the most to complete. Well Im here to tell you that this pattern has made me so frustrated I dont want to look at a sewing machine for a long time. If anyone else out there has successfully completed this pattern let me know. I can tell you exactly where I got stuck, and perhaps you can help me through it.
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arabella
« Reply #1 on: February 10, 2006 11:56:41 AM »

I have made the more simple one a couple of times. (the one that looks like a tote)  it was my first sewing project, but I did it as part of a sewing class so I had constant help available!  which one are you trying to do?  if you are doing the same view I did, I think I can help you.  where are you running into trouble?  (btw, the first time I did it it took me like 12 hours, but it came out ok, so don't get frustrated yet!)
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lilCheetara
« Reply #2 on: February 12, 2006 10:44:41 AM »

This was also my first sewing project- not so easy but with help of my mom i finally finished it today.  By the end we stopped trying to figure out the pattern and just did what made sense.
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