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Swingset tunic underarms and sides

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    Kim @kmac0107

    I made the tunic, in a size 2, from the Heather Ross double gauze with a white linen for the bodice. Under the arms, instead of the seam falling straight down, the seams go out further then down. Almost like a right angle, is that correct?

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    Nicole @motherof5
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    Sarvi @Sarvi

    Nicole, is it possible to have a set of links in the sidebar of your blog to all of your tutorials? They’re such a useful resource, it would be so nice to have them all collected in one easy-to-browse spot. I basically search your blog first because I know it’ll be like a ‘practice run’ through making the pattern but sometimes I have to dig a little to find the particular one I remember having seen earlier. Maybe a project for tech-savvy S&H?

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    Nicole @motherof5

    I am putting them on a Pinterest board and tagging them now.

    Basically,I don’t know how to do it(Make a side bar thingy).

    I will ask Hugo-thanks for the compliment and interest Sarvi.

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    mellyflori @mellyflori

    Nicole I’m going to go stalk you on Pinterest now. 🙂

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    sayiamyou @maraya

    Ooh, that’d be great if Hugo could do that! I refer to your tutes a lot!

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    Nicole @motherof5

    You are both seriously kind!

    I will have to get Hugo off the building site and back into the office.

    He learnt how to grout yesterday!

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    Avacadopie @Avacadopie

    Nicole, I just finished my first swingset tunic and I was totally confused at the underarm stage until I referenced your awesome tute. Thank you so much for sharing!

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    Nicole @motherof5

    Really? That is awesome, thank you!

    It is a great finish which I use a lot. Its a great way to line a top or bodice.

    You have made my day!

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    Wagyu Burger @Wagyu Burger

    Nicole, just want to join the chorus of thanks for the post on your blog. The photos are really helpful!

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    Nicole @motherof5

    Thank you!
    How lovely. 🙂

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