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4068Re: [F-Costume] Rouching a bodice Test strips?

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  • Melody Watts
    Jan 1, 2009
      She may decide she doesn't like the look after see it. Any marks put in velvet tend to stay visible. I would maybe try thinking in an applicae mode perhaps make some test strips of ruching  and add this way ,no alteration on original bodice.
      velvet is so pretty but what a pain!

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      --- On Sat, 12/27/08, Alyson <tolkienscholar@...> wrote:

      From: Alyson <tolkienscholar@...>
      Subject: [F-Costume] Rouching a bodice
      To: F-Costume@yahoogroups.com
      Date: Saturday, December 27, 2008, 8:24 AM

      I am creating a medieval fantasy wedding dress for my daughter. She would like the bodice rouched a little bit. How do I rouch a bodice that originally does not call for it? Also, can I rouch any type of fabric? I wouldn't think that velvet would rouch well.

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