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Thread: Pleating using a fork

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    Senior Member Momo's Avatar
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    That is such a neat way to have perfect pleats. Thanks for sharing this site.
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    Thanks for sharing, I'm sure I'll use that sometime!

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    Quote Originally Posted by willferg View Post
    That is very cool. I have never had any desire to pleat anything, but I may have to, now!
    I don't know about trying it, but I definitely agree that it is a cool method.

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    What a great idea, and easier than ruffling too! Thanks.
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    Thanks for sharing!
    I am too POSITIVE to be doubtful, too OPTIMISTIC to be fearful and way to DETERMINED to be defeated.

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    Using the fork like this instead of going to the lips with a big bite should keep the pounds off the hips while sewing!
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    How clever. I guess you could make a 3 tine pleat or a 2 tine pleat. Whoever thought of this?

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