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    Suit yourself

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    Sew to speak.

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    This pattern is OK for a halloween costume. The jacket uses iron in interfacing which will often telegraph through to the outside.

    The kilt is an absolute horror. It has you cut the Fell area fabric behind the pleats while the fabric is flat. It looks sort of like the top of a castle wall. No stabilizer, no interfacing.
    Steve Ashton
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Ashton View Post
    This pattern is OK for a halloween costume. The jacket uses iron in interfacing which will often telegraph through to the outside.

    The kilt is an absolute horror. It has you cut the Fell area fabric behind the pleats while the fabric is flat. It looks sort of like the top of a castle wall. No stabilizer, no interfacing.
    good metaphor...castle wall supports.

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