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Thread: Fabric Manipulations

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    Fabric Manipulations

    Wonderful variety of fabric folding, pintucks, etc.

    https://mypatchwork.wordpress.com/20...ion-tutorials/

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    Thanks for sharing this. It looks really interesting.

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    very nice link - thank you for sharing

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    Thank you. I took a class from Rami Kim a few months ago and I fell in love with the process. I can't wait to try some of the manipulations on your link.

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    Thank You so much. A friend of mine is doing something like this. I am going to send this link along to her. I am sure she will enjoy it, I sure did.
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    Quote Originally Posted by momsbusy View Post
    Thank you. I took a class from Rami Kim a few months ago and I fell in love with the process. I can't wait to try some of the manipulations on your link.
    I was thinking this might be useful. I love them but kind of time intensive. Worth it though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zennia View Post
    Thank You so much. A friend of mine is doing something like this. I am going to send this link along to her. I am sure she will enjoy it, I sure did.
    I probably should bookmark this link myself....I always forget where I found it and have to do some searching.....

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    Thanks for sharing this site. Lots of new ideas to try.

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    My cousin's wife made most of her children's clothes. She learned how to sew from her own mother. Family of 13 so they went through a lot of hand me downs. They used a lot of tucking when making girls clothes from men's clothes. Tucking and ruffles. 8 girls and 5 boys.

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    Beautiful work on these special blocks.
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    Thank you so much for sharing!
    Quote Originally Posted by slbram17 View Post
    Wonderful variety of fabric folding, pintucks, etc.

    https://mypatchwork.wordpress.com/20...ion-tutorials/

    Serita

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    Thanks for sharing. Fabric manipulation looks so interesting!

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    Love the ideas on this site. Thanks for posting.
    I don't know how to do that.....YET!
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