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    MyBellaGirl @MyBellaGirl

    This is Liesl’s reply from Flickr: “I just added to the hem–but you can splice into the middle of the skirt and blend the sides if you prefer not to make the sweep wider. It’s really your preference. Either way is easy. Have fun!”

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    MyBellaGirl @MyBellaGirl

    Liesl,

    She will be wearing a shirt under as part of her school uniform so maybe it won’t be too bad. I made a size 5 ice cream shirt and it was a little big but not horrible. I wanted to get lots of use out of the pattern, so I opted for the 5-12 pattern 🙂 Thank for your help. I can’t wait to get the pattern in the mail!

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    MyBellaGirl @MyBellaGirl

    I’m in the same time zone as NYC~ I live in Ohio.

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    MyBellaGirl @MyBellaGirl

    It is almost 7 AM….Don’t worry, I ran to my computer to check too and I’m in the same time zone 🙂

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    MyBellaGirl @MyBellaGirl

    I have the same problem. It isn’t the skirt, it is their little bottom and belly. Pretty common for elastic waist skirts.

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    MyBellaGirl @MyBellaGirl

    Would anyone be interested in doing a quick tutorial for lining the popover? I “think” I can figure it out, but any help is always appreciated!!

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    MyBellaGirl @MyBellaGirl

    Hmmm- I will check it out. I figured it had to be something quirky like that 🙂 Thank you for your help.

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    MyBellaGirl @MyBellaGirl

    I have used Reynolds Freezer Paper in the past. Works really well and you can iron it on to the fabric so it stays put. When you are done, just pull it off- really easy!!

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    MyBellaGirl @MyBellaGirl

    OK- This may be a dumb question, but here it goes. Is there a formula/rule-of-thumb for adjusting the french seams say for a 5/8 inch allowance? This is all new to me 🙂 Thank you for all your help!!!

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