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Thread: NE1 made the Debbie Mumm Arctic Holiday Apron?

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    i'm stumped. i bought the panel (thinking it was something different . . . but anyhow) there are no instructions! i know that the two pockets are at the top of the panel. but there are 2 strips of one print and 3 strips of another on the bottom of the panel. i don't know which are for the neck strap and which are for the waist ties.

    it's a gift for Christmas and i don't want to mess it up.

    ne1 know?

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    You can email debbie mumm site at www.debbiemumm.com and ask which ties go where. I haven't seen it yet so hope this helps.

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    thanks! i just did that. didn't realize she had her own site. i had looked at the SSI fabric site and didn't find a thing.

    keep your fingers crossed!

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    i thought that i had found something that may have helped in the project archieves called red hot apron. but i had miss read your message wrong. sorry!! good luck!!!

    jeanette

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    Fabricluvr, I would try the pieces......around the neck, around the wasit, and the ties. Having just made my mom several aprons for her birthday, I think you'll be able to tell by trying them around your neck.

    If they are all the same width and length...it won't make much difference where you place the pieces.

    Good Luck, I'm sure you'll get an answer from Ms. Mumm.

    Happy Quilting,
    Sharon

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