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Pleating/Project from Spring 09 Seasons

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Pleating/Project from Spring 09 Seasons


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This shows the basic pleating method, and how to pleat the piece for the Smocked Sewing Case in the spring 2009 of Seasons at Home Magazine.

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Kathleen Cambiano : You commented that you would show the thread caddy with the pleater in the next video. I cannot find your next video. Can you tell me where to find it?
bluebirdyest : Thank you for the tutorial.Haven't bought a pleater yet, learning first. What type of fabric is best? Batiste fabric and broadcloth is what I have seen on web sites. I geuss that would be cotton, wool, linen only. Thin fine fabric? let me know. Thank you again.
JoyousHome : Glad it helped! I would like to do an updated one on the board, and I've also learned that using too many needles actually makes it harder to run the fabric. So unless the pattern calls to use all spaces, don't use the 1/2 space. Happy pleating! Theresa
Mario Montecino : uo on peu hacheter cette machine en france je voudres savoir merci ana_ 53 @yahoo
Gayani Amarasena : how much does this cost? Can I buy this machine in Sri Lanka?