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September 25, 2008


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I love french seams. Great tutorial. I have a serger, but french seams are just so much more fancy...


FANTASTIC information, really useful! I'll be linking to this!

kitschen pink

love that greeny bluey fabric! t.x

Claire Falkingham

Thanks for that - very usefull, I don't really have a loving relationship with my overlocker, so shall be doing some of these!


Hello there Lulu. Yep, I love them too and I have just learnt to do flat felled seams which are my new obsession. They both give such a professional and beautiful finish. Have a lovely weekend xx


Great tutorial, thanks! :)
Beside the question - fabrics are very pretty! :)

wench costume

Great tutorial That one you made is really good.. Keep up the good work and thanks much for posting!

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