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    Quote Originally Posted by MadeWithLove View Post
    Soo cute!!
    Anyone have a shorts pattern they can share for a 12mth old?
    Are you sewing for a girl? Pm me your email and when im on the puter ill shoot you through a couple of diff patterns

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie_eyes View Post
    Are you sewing for a girl? Pm me your email and when im on the puter ill shoot you through a couple of diff patterns
    Girl, yes. Thankyou!!

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    I've got a 2nd-hand serger and am trying to figure out how to do corners with it (going around a flat square edge not a box/cube corner). Any one here know of a good online tutorial/video? (Then, yes, I will show you my sewing! )

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    Quote Originally Posted by debsch View Post
    I've got a 2nd-hand serger and am trying to figure out how to do corners with it (going around a flat square edge not a box/cube corner). Any one here know of a good online tutorial/video? (Then, yes, I will show you my sewing! )
    I'm not sure, I've still got an overlocker on my wish list but whenever I want a tutorial on something I google 'how to ...' And usually a YouTube clip comes up & shows me how!

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    MIL just got a new kitchen so I quickly made this as a 'kitchen warming' gift for her to keep her plastic bags in, rather than wadded up & shoved into a corner in the bottom of her pantry 😄

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    I'm going to make a tadah romper size 3-6months. How much material do I need to buy for it?

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    Does anyone have an embroidery machine? I'm interested in getting one but would like some recommendations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamasupial View Post
    I'm going to make a tadah romper size 3-6months. How much material do I need to buy for it?
    You could probably get away with half a metre for it, but I always get a metre just in case I stuff up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamasupial View Post
    I'm going to make a tadah romper size 3-6months. How much material do I need to buy for it?
    @Mamasupial it usually tells you within the pattern how much fabric to use for each diff sizing.
    But 1/2 metre should be plenty for any regular patterned fabric in that size. If you choose a directional patterned design you may need more to make sure you can cut the pieces out all facing the right way.

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    Lol I worked it out. Says I need 80cms


 

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