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Re: Sewing in ends
Posted by: Mrs. K (IP Logged)
Date: November 29, 2008 08:45PM

It will be much better if you finish as you go, then when you get to the end it will not be overwhelming and more likely to get done. Also, it doesn't get tangleds, and it looks so much better when someone stops to admire your work! Mrs.K



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  Sewing in ends srfwidow 11/28/2008 03:40PM
  Re: Sewing in ends srfwidow 11/28/2008 03:50PM
  Re: Sewing in ends Mrs. K 11/29/2008 08:45PM


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