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November 16, 2011

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Stephanie Howell

Maggie...the. Babies. Looked. BEAUTIFUL. you are amazing.

Donna

I liked the way you made each dress unique with the white trim on one and the brown on the other! I always do something a little different for each of my twin granddaughters' dresses. Thank you for sharing these sweet dresses!

Donna

maggieb!

Yes, we all use lace for our fancy hems. This is the first time I used the header of the lace to do the gathering. UNVENTED: coming to an idea that others have discovered before you. Yep, that's me!

maggieb!

The metal hem gauge (Dritz EZY-HEM) is a life saver for fingers vs. hot iron.

Jan Moore

I love adding lace at the hems of little garments! It was especially a great trick for these two. I really like the color combination of brown, pink and turquoise. Yummy!

darby logan

Maggie, I have just begun a couture sewing class and the lace technique is in our workbook. I have always struggled with "the hem" and I think this is going to be a wonderful technique. Thank you for sharing this. Darby :)

Shelley

Thanks for the tutorial! Would you please share what the metal plate/tool think is that is under your iron in the 4th picture from the top?
Thanks, Shelley

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