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1  CLOTHING / Clothing for Curvaceous Craftsters: Discussion and Questions / Re: Making winter skirts and underlayers? on: September 17, 2012 05:26:40 AM
I highly recommend layering tights/pantyhose. I used to wear up to 6 pairs at a time and only a very light (shirt weight) pair of trousers (think pj bottoms style) whilst out and about in the snow here (UK - so coldest around -5degrees Celsius) and never ever felt cold. I also think vests (the undergarment not waistcoat type) are worth their weight in gold. I frequently use light summer weight simple elasticated skirts under warmer winter weight ones. Works well and saves on extra cost. Full length petticoats (the kind that look a little like summer dresses.) are brilliant too. If you can possible afford silk it is well worth it for thermal qualities and not being too bulky.

All of mine I make from a basic elasticated waist model that sounds very similar to what you make.
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2  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Completed Projects / Re: How to cheat on badges- tutorial on: September 14, 2012 01:09:53 PM
LOVE THEM! Especially the bloody ones. That is purely because of the swearing (here in the UK)  so it is a nice double meaning.
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