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Thread: Related to my question of yesterday Vogue Pattern 7958

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    Question Related to my question of yesterday Vogue Pattern 7958

    Posting a couple of pics here in regards to my questions from yesterday - would anyone be able to help me with this pattern piece. The back piece has buttons and buttonholes for closure. However it is two pieces (one is for the lining) and you sew the back interfacing down the middle on the foldline and base along the outside edges which I have done. But then I wonder, do you need to cut it in order to get the opening to be able to make buttonholes and to sew on the buttons or what. I don't see where it says at all as to what to do next. The next thing it talks about right underneath that part is the gathering of the skirt.

    Any help is very appreciated and thank-you to so many who have tried already. But I thought I would attatch a couple of pics and see if that helps for anyone out there who may have suggestions and/or ideas.

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    Don't cut it. Your buttonholes will probobly be sewn on last & you sew them right through the layers of fabric & interfacing. You should have 2 of those back pieces- one for the left side & one. It looks like they fold over on themselves on that fold line after you put down your interfacing to create the lining.

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    did you cut two of these as shows in the first pic?
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    Thank-you so much, the light bulb has just went on! Folding over on themselves, that is exactly it. Sure is a different way of doing it though.

    Thank-you everyone for help and or suggestions. You all have a wonderful day!

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    Don't cut it. Your buttonholes will probobly be sewn on last & you sew them right through the layers of fabric & interfacing. You should have 2 of those back pieces- one for the left side & one. It looks like they fold over on themselves on that fold line after you put down your interfacing to create the lining.
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    Yes and I now have it figured out. Thank-you for your help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltnNan View Post
    did you cut two of these as shows in the first pic?
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    Yes, you cut 2. It says to do so under the number 11, at the very bottom. Sometimes, it is confusing the way they design the patterns.

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    So glad you got it worked out. It will be a lovely dress when you finish.
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