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GUESS WHAT!!??! Things are happening. First – who doesn’t love Miss Fisher of Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries? I mean, seriously, the clothes, the locations, the music…sigh&#…

GUESS WHAT!!??! Things are happening. First – who doesn’t love Miss Fisher of Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries? I mean, seriously, the clothes, the locations, the music…sigh&#…

Fabric Manipulation for fashion design - narrow pleats; moulage; draping; couture sewing techniques // Hervé Legér

Fabric Manipulation for fashion design - narrow pleats; moulage; draping; couture sewing techniques // Hervé Legér

You may have missed this article in the SFD Learning Center on refining the front crotch length.  In general, the crotch both front and back feel pretty good, but you may have some slight fullness dir

Front Crotch Length just a little too Long? (Sure-Fit Designs™ Blog)

You may have missed this article in the SFD Learning Center on refining the front crotch length. In general, the crotch both front and back feel pretty good, but you may have some slight fullness dir

Home Sewing Tips from the 1920s - Using Tucks to Add Chic to... | The Midvale Cottage Post | Bloglovin'

Home Sewing Tips from the 1920s - Using Tucks to Add Chic to Your One-Hour Frock (The Midvale Cottage Post)

Home Sewing Tips from the 1920s - Using Tucks to Add Chic to... | The Midvale Cottage Post | Bloglovin'

How to enlarge any sewing pattern with Microsoft PowerPoint. Resize any image you find in a book, or the internet, in a few steps!

Enlarge a sewing pattern with Powerpoint

How to enlarge any sewing pattern with Microsoft PowerPoint. Resize any image you find in a book, or the internet, in a few steps!

The Midvale Cottage Post: History of Sewing: 1920s Foundation Garments - A Close Look at Close-Fitting Linings

The Midvale Cottage Post: History of Sewing: 1920s Foundation Garments - A Close Look at Close-Fitting Linings

In this tip for 1920s brides, Ruth Wyeth Spears describes the most desirable way to wear a bridal veil. Note the choices of length in comparison to the length of the bridal frock, and the fact that the veil is worn close to the head (rather "cloche-style"). The Midvale Cottage Post: Home Sewing Tips of the 1920s - Draping the Bridal Veil

In this tip for 1920s brides, Ruth Wyeth Spears describes the most desirable way to wear a bridal veil. Note the choices of length in comparison to the length of the bridal frock, and the fact that the veil is worn close to the head (rather "cloche-style"). The Midvale Cottage Post: Home Sewing Tips of the 1920s - Draping the Bridal Veil

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