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  2. Molly Nelson

    Very detailed, informative review. I am a “confident beginner” and have yet to do collars or zippers but I ordered this pattern. Thanks!

    1. Xerneas

      Thank you Molly! I hope you enjoy the jackets made from this pattern!

  3. Shaun

    Very cool. I am looking forward to your future projects!

    1. xerneas

      Thank you Shaun!

  4. Vogue Pattern V1797 Tom And Linda Platt layered dress – Wabana Style

    […] the Vogue Patterns 2021 Summer collection. It’s designed by Tom and Linda Platt and is my personal favorite in this […]

  5. BELINDA GREEN DE RUBIO

    Informative review.

    1. xerneas

      Thank you Belinda!

  6. Shaun

    Your son is so cute!

  7. Rosalind Clayton

    Any diagonal wrinkles are a depth(or dart) issue. If you create a dart in the tissue in addition or added to the current one, then taper the dart to nothing at the CF, this will remove a lot of the wrinkles. The shoulder angle indeed can also be wrong, so taking perhaps around 1/2″ extra at the armhole tapering to nothing at the neckline will also help. As for the wrinkles in the back, they are caused by too much length, or a swayback. If you take a tuck at CB above the waistline & taper it to nothing at the side seams, all those wrinkles will disappear. Tapering changes to nothing at some area of the pattern is essential so that the pattern/tissue lays flat. Good luck!

    1. xerneas

      Thank you Rosalind! Those are some detailed instructions on how to fix my fit issue. And I will try them out.

  8. charlotte turner

    Very cute! I like it!

    1. xerneas

      Thank you Charlotte!

  9. Joyce Tunley

    DIFFICULTY sewing certain ●SLIPPY FABRICS● Can be reduced &/or Eliminated by using TISSUE between FABRIC – LAYERS

  10. Victoria

    Awesome. Love it. Been musing about getting an embroidery machine. Eager to try something soo

  11. Betty

    Have been trying to figure it out but old brain is having trouble. Would sure like a pattern

  12. Sofiah binti Ghazali

    Beautiful kraf

  13. Fabby Romero

    I would like directions on your tote. I think it’s so beautiful.

  14. Shelley

    Please may I have the measurements and tutorial. I could make the squares at home and have a project to finish while we are travelling.
    Thankyou for sharing

  15. Alvena Roulston

    I have been home embroidery for a very long time.
    It’s so much fun, you can customize everything from pillowcases to personlized t-shirts, jackets etc.
    When it doesn’t work, it is a great pain, but that’s not to often. You are wise to use correct stabilizer.

  16. Twicsy

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    say that this write-up very pressured me to check out and do it!
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    great post.

  17. Mauee

    Thank you for sharing this information. I’m trying to get into the creative world. I’m a beginner in quilting and it so so exciting. Once again thank you. Peace ✌️

  18. Donna Dalrymple

    I would love the pattern for the bag. It is beautiful.

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