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Thread: Lessons Learned

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    Super Member bamamama's Avatar
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    Lessons Learned

    Always do a test and see if the parts fit together before sewing 40 of something!!!!!!

    When using a pattern from a magazine check for updates/revisions of the pattern. I did print the pattern templates yesterday, so you'd think they would be up to date but they were not.

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    Super Member suebee's Avatar
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    Well thats a bummer...what pattern/magazine was it (in case someone else is working on same)?? thank you
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    Which parts do not fit? Did you contact the magazine yet to let them know? If the pieces are off maybe the block can be made smaller. What pattern did you make? Let me know as I have EQ and maybe I can figure out a different way to use those cut pieces. Luann
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    Very good suggestion. I always say that the lesson learned the hard way is the one you'll never forget.

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