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    Jacki @JackiR

    Yes I have, but wonder if I’m not doing it correctly.

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    Jacki @JackiR

    Thanks heaps, I’ll give that a go on the next one.

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    Jacki @JackiR

    The Cosy Winter Hood from the LTTS book. Love it! It’s nearly finished, just trying to make the ears stand up before I embark on two more.

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    Jacki @JackiR

    I have just finished my second Red Riding Hood Cape, my first projects from the LTTS book. Love the book and just love the capes. Putting the machine away for a couple of days then into a wee skirt for a friend’s 2 yr old, complete with Dora appliqué. Cross fingers it turns out well. After that…the bear carrier. Can’t wait.

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    Jacki @JackiR

    Well, thanks again for the advice. Very excited about completing the cape and rapt with how it turned out. I did the front and back panels vertical and the side panels horizontal. Looks great.

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    Jacki @JackiR

    I know this post is a year old but it just helped me sew the hood for the little cape, so thank you! I’ve always pinned close to edge of fabric so rapt that I learned your tip of pinning on the seam line, what a difference! Cape coming along nicely. Can’t wait to finish it tomorrow.

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    Jacki @JackiR

    Thanks for that idea – I quite like the idea of the alternate vertical/horizontal look. Might give it a go, as you said, on paper first. (Another good idea!)

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