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1  Help with flutter sleeves.. in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by QueenbyQuinn on: June 13, 2006 05:25:41 PM
I am designing a dress and I would like it to have flutter sleeves kind of like this:


However, I am kind of lost on how to cut the shape and how the lengths should be and everything (for the armhole etc).  Can anyone help?

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2  Re: Free sewing patterns for clothes - download here in Get Product and Website Opinions by QueenbyQuinn on: August 08, 2005 10:12:59 PM
Hey there! I must have posted that ages ago.  I have already made 3 of them! Once I sold on one my website, then I got 2 custom orders for it! I should have a picture of the third one I made in a few days, but here is the first one:

I replaced the edging with lace and I really liked the effect!
I made one in green with lavender lace and just recently grey with cream lace.

Your site is really great! I just cut my fabric for the knickerbockers now Wink
I added your link to my site if you don't mind!
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3  Lining a dress in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by QueenbyQuinn on: March 30, 2005 08:29:11 PM
I hope this makes sense!

I am a pretty good sewer but I am just learning the techniques for pattern making, etc. But, I guess this is more of a sewing question.  I am making an evening gown kind of like the picture below and I haven't a clue how to line it.  I had some lessons on the patterns but I forgot to ask about the lining and how to sew it!

Could anyone give me step by step instructions (they can be basic) how to go about this?  Like how to put it in.  I have done skirts before but that is easy, I am not sure about the top part and how to connect it to the dress

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4  Bubble hem/skirt? in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by QueenbyQuinn on: March 11, 2005 02:10:07 PM
Does anyone have a clue how to make a bubble hem that poofs a bit, or a whole skirt like that?

This is an example of what I was describing:

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5  Help with yokes? in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by QueenbyQuinn on: February 01, 2005 07:19:57 PM
Why can't I figure out how to do these?! I am having a brain meltdown.

here is another

by supayana

I keep thinking through ways to do this curved collar thing, but I just can't figure it out! 
Can someone explain for moi?
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6  Re: Hooray for Harry Potter in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by QueenbyQuinn on: January 10, 2005 09:22:38 PM
lillies- thanks! yes, i posted on there most likely.  bedsheets are great. so much fabric for cheap! it just got another one with all different size/color pastel hearts! SO cute for valentine's. i am making a shirt for my boutique then a dress for myself.
you can always find cute patterns Smiley

the bottom of this dress is a bedsheet (the white)
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7  Re: Hooray for Harry Potter in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by QueenbyQuinn on: January 10, 2005 08:19:00 PM
I just got an awesome Harry Potter quidditch bedsheet that I can't wait to cut up! I always find the cutest bedsheets like this one:
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8  Re: Late at night when you're sleepin.... in Halloween Costumes by QueenbyQuinn on: January 06, 2005 06:35:27 PM

that's funny! I was poison ivy for halloween/homecoming! i made mine too Smiley
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