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Thread: non-quilting question

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    non-quilting question

    I've been doing so much quilting that when I cut out fabric for my granddaughter's dress today, I cut it out with fabric right sides out. It's that going to quell when I put it together? That's never happened to me before. There's a bodice lining, I'm thinking that it will all work out. Am I right? Please say yes, lol.

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    That should say "is that going to work?"

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    You need to have either the right sides together, or the wrong sides together. Either will give you a right and left bodice, sleeve etc. We always used to cut garments with right sides out so we could put a piece of fabric tracing paper between the fabric layers & use the marking wheel.
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    Yes you will be wonderful!
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    Thanks, ladies. That's exactly what I thought. I'll post pictures when it's done.

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    Sure, that will quell quite well.

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    It'll work.
    put off till tomorrow what you can do today, and if you procrastinate long enough, you may never have to do it.

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    as long as you have been consistent, all wrong sides to wrong sides or all right sides to right sides, you will be fine.

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    Oh yes, you'll be fine

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    Will work great as long as your pattern needs 2 pieces cut.

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