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  • sylvia
    on 5/10/02 3:52 PM, Angelica Harmon at aharmon1@maine.rr.com wrote: Stitch sleeve band facing to sleeve band, leaving notched edge open. Trim. ... out. If
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      Re: [TheCostumersManifesto] Need help with a pattern on 5/10/02 3:52 PM, Angelica Harmon at aharmon1@... wrote:

      Stitch sleeve band facing to sleeve band, leaving notched edge open. Trim.

      > Ok, but how? The picture isn't much help, and I just can't figure this
      out.

      If anyone can help, please email me on list or at: aharmon1@...

      I dont have the pattern so I'm just guessing.  Is the sleeve band similar to a cuff?  If so, it sounds like you're to sew 3 sides of the band to the facing, right sides together, leaving open the side that you sew to the sleeve. Then you would turn the band right side out and stitch the open seam to the sleeve. Does this make sense?


      Sylvia Rognstad
      --
      Divinity Designs and Emeralds
      http://www.d-e-designs.com


    • Angelica Harmon
      Re: [TheCostumersManifesto] Need help with a patternThanks for everyone s replies. I really do appreciate it. The sleeve is poofy, for a lack of a better word.
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        Re: [TheCostumersManifesto] Need help with a pattern
        Thanks for everyone's replies. I really do appreciate it.
         
        The sleeve is poofy, for a lack of a better word. It's gathered, then the sleeve band is supposed to fit on the bottom, from what I can tell. I understand that facing is to give a finished look to a raw edge. What I'm having a problem with right now is 'where' to sew the two pieces together. I know...probably something simple I'm overlooking. But I think my brain melted about an hour ago. ;o) Do I fit the sleeve band into the facing? Or do I just sew the two together as is?
         
        Probably not explaining well...sorry. Leave it to me to choose the advanced pattern, make it through the entire dress, and then not be able to figure out the sleeve bands. LOL
         
        Angelica
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        From: sylvia
        Sent: Friday, May 10, 2002 8:03 PM
        Subject: Re: [TheCostumersManifesto] Need help with a pattern

        on 5/10/02 3:52 PM, Angelica Harmon at aharmon1@... wrote:

        Stitch sleeve band facing to sleeve band, leaving notched edge open. Trim.

        > Ok, but how? The picture isn't much help, and I just can't figure this
        out.

        If anyone can help, please email me on list or at: aharmon1@...

        I dont have the pattern so I'm just guessing.  Is the sleeve band similar to a cuff?  If so, it sounds like you're to sew 3 sides of the band to the facing, right sides together, leaving open the side that you sew to the sleeve. Then you would turn the band right side out and stitch the open seam to the sleeve. Does this make sense?


        Sylvia Rognstad
        --
        Divinity Designs and Emeralds
        http://www.d-e-designs.com




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      • teresa martinez
        Ok, if it is just a gathered sleve attachment to a cuff, then you have to attach the gathered edge to the cuff and facing you can then hand hem the facing
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          <P> Ok, if it is just a gathered sleve attachment to a
          cuff, then you have to attach the gathered edge to the
          cuff and facing you can then hand hem the facing to
          the wrong side of sleve. You can actually sew the cuff
          facing on at any time , just match the appropriate
          notches....it should turn out fine...you probably have
          to hand stitch the cuff facing to the seam allowance
          where the sleve and cuff meet.
          <P>  <B><I>Angelica Harmon
          <aharmon1@...></I></B> wrote:
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          <DIV><FONT face=Arial size=2>Thanks for everyone's
          replies. I really do appreciate it.</FONT></DIV>
          <DIV> </DIV>
          <DIV><FONT face=Arial size=2>The sleeve is poofy, for
          a lack of a better word. It's gathered, then
          the sleeve band is supposed to fit on the bottom,
          from what I can tell. I understand that facing is to
          give a finished look to a raw edge. What I'm having a
          problem with right now is 'where' to sew the two
          pieces together. I know...probably something simple
          I'm overlooking. But I think my brain melted about an
          hour ago. ;o) Do I fit the sleeve band into the
          facing? Or do I just sew the two together as
          is?</FONT></DIV>
          <DIV> </DIV>
          <DIV><FONT face=Arial size=2>Probably not explaining
          well...sorry. Leave it to me to choose the advanced
          pattern, make it through the entire dress, and then
          not be able to figure out the sleeve bands.
          LOL</FONT></DIV>
          <DIV> </DIV>
          <DIV><FONT face=Arial size=2>Angelica</FONT></DIV>
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          <DIV style="FONT: 10pt arial"><B>Subject:</B> Re:
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          <DIV><BR></DIV>on 5/10/02 3:52 PM, Angelica Harmon at
          <A
          href="mailto:aharmon1@...">aharmon1@...</A>
          wrote:<BR>
          <BLOCKQUOTE><TT><BR>Stitch sleeve band facing to
          sleeve band, leaving notched edge open.
          Trim.<BR><BR>> Ok, but how? The picture isn't much
          help, and I just can't figure this<BR>out.<BR><BR>If
          anyone can help, please email me on list or at: <A
          href="mailto:aharmon1@...">aharmon1@...</A><BR><BR>I
          dont have the pattern so I'm just guessing.  Is
          the sleeve band similar to a cuff?  If so, it
          sounds like you're to sew 3 sides of the band to the
          facing, right sides together, leaving open the side
          that you sew to the sleeve. Then you would turn the
          band right side out and stitch the open seam to the
          sleeve. Does this make
          sense?<BR><BR><BR></TT></BLOCKQUOTE><FONT
          size=1>Sylvia Rognstad<BR>-- <BR>Divinity Designs and
          Emeralds<BR>http://www.d-e-designs.com<BR></FONT><TT><BR></TT>
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        • Angelica Harmon
          Many thanks to everyone who has replied on or off list to my pleading. I ve been a part of this group for awhile now, and tonight makes me remember why. You re
          Message 4 of 10 , May 10, 2002
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            Many thanks to everyone who has replied on or off list to my pleading. I've
            been a part of this group for awhile now, and tonight makes me remember why.
            You're all really wonderful, and a great help.

            As for the dress...it won't be done in time for tomorrow, but I will have it
            done for next month, when I can wear it again. The good thing is, when I
            finally get it done, I can sew all the easy patterns without a problem. Next
            stop, Elizabethan gowns! Joking...maybe 5 years from now. ;o) After my brain
            reforms from the stress of this project.

            Again, all my thanks and love go out to you all!

            Angelica

            ----- Original Message -----
            From: teresa martinez <tsmith53us@...>
            To: <TheCostumersManifesto@yahoogroups.com>
            Sent: Friday, May 10, 2002 10:34 PM
            Subject: Re: [TheCostumersManifesto] Need help with a pattern


            > <P> Ok, if it is just a gathered sleve attachment to a
            > cuff, then you have to attach the gathered edge to the
            > cuff and facing you can then hand hem the facing to
            > the wrong side of sleve. You can actually sew the cuff
            > facing on at any time , just match the appropriate
            > notches....it should turn out fine...you probably have
            > to hand stitch the cuff facing to the seam allowance
            > where the sleve and cuff meet.
            > <P>  <B><I>Angelica Harmon
            > <aharmon1@...></I></B> wrote:
            > <BLOCKQUOTE style="PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT:
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            > <DIV><FONT face=Arial size=2>Thanks for everyone's
            > replies. I really do appreciate it.</FONT></DIV>
            > <DIV> </DIV>
            > <DIV><FONT face=Arial size=2>The sleeve is poofy, for
            > a lack of a better word. It's gathered, then
            > the sleeve band is supposed to fit on the bottom,
            > from what I can tell. I understand that facing is to
            > give a finished look to a raw edge. What I'm having a
            > problem with right now is 'where' to sew the two
            > pieces together. I know...probably something simple
            > I'm overlooking. But I think my brain melted about an
            > hour ago. ;o) Do I fit the sleeve band into the
            > facing? Or do I just sew the two together as
            > is?</FONT></DIV>
            > <DIV> </DIV>
            > <DIV><FONT face=Arial size=2>Probably not explaining
            > well...sorry. Leave it to me to choose the advanced
            > pattern, make it through the entire dress, and then
            > not be able to figure out the sleeve bands.
            > LOL</FONT></DIV>
            > <DIV> </DIV>
            > <DIV><FONT face=Arial size=2>Angelica</FONT></DIV>
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            > title=sylvia@...
            > href="mailto:sylvia@...">sylvia</A> </DIV>
            > <DIV style="FONT: 10pt arial"><B>To:</B> <A
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            > <DIV style="FONT: 10pt arial"><B>Sent:</B> Friday, May
            > 10, 2002 8:03 PM</DIV>
            > <DIV style="FONT: 10pt arial"><B>Subject:</B> Re:
            > [TheCostumersManifesto] Need help with a pattern</DIV>
            > <DIV><BR></DIV>on 5/10/02 3:52 PM, Angelica Harmon at
            > <A
            > href="mailto:aharmon1@...">aharmon1@...</A>
            > wrote:<BR>
            > <BLOCKQUOTE><TT><BR>Stitch sleeve band facing to
            > sleeve band, leaving notched edge open.
            > Trim.<BR><BR>> Ok, but how? The picture isn't much
            > help, and I just can't figure this<BR>out.<BR><BR>If
            > anyone can help, please email me on list or at: <A
            > href="mailto:aharmon1@...">aharmon1@...</A><BR><BR>I
            > dont have the pattern so I'm just guessing.  Is
            > the sleeve band similar to a cuff?  If so, it
            > sounds like you're to sew 3 sides of the band to the
            > facing, right sides together, leaving open the side
            > that you sew to the sleeve. Then you would turn the
            > band right side out and stitch the open seam to the
            > sleeve. Does this make
            > sense?<BR><BR><BR></TT></BLOCKQUOTE><FONT
            > size=1>Sylvia Rognstad<BR>-- <BR>Divinity Designs and
            > Emeralds<BR>http://www.d-e-designs.com<BR></FONT><TT><BR></TT>
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          • peggy salvail
            Hey dear my suggestion to you is not to buy Butterrick Patterns they are notirious for unintelegble directions. They take the simplest thing and complicate it
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              Hey dear my suggestion to you is not to buy Butterrick
              Patterns they are notirious for unintelegble
              directions. They take the simplest thing and
              complicate it with extra seams or tucks ect, or they
              don't give enough directions. Even I have trouble
              sometimes and I have been sewing for 30 years. best
              to stick with McCalls or Simplicity if you are a
              fairly new seamstress. HA ha ha I only look at
              directions if I can't figure it out anyway, not to
              smart sometimes but I get buy. Take care "Sal"


              --- Angelica Harmon <aharmon1@...> wrote:
              > Many thanks to everyone who has replied on or off
              > list to my pleading. I've
              > been a part of this group for awhile now, and
              > tonight makes me remember why.
              > You're all really wonderful, and a great help.
              >
              > As for the dress...it won't be done in time for
              > tomorrow, but I will have it
              > done for next month, when I can wear it again. The
              > good thing is, when I
              > finally get it done, I can sew all the easy patterns
              > without a problem. Next
              > stop, Elizabethan gowns! Joking...maybe 5 years from
              > now. ;o) After my brain
              > reforms from the stress of this project.
              >
              > Again, all my thanks and love go out to you all!
              >
              > Angelica
              >
              > ----- Original Message -----
              > From: teresa martinez <tsmith53us@...>
              > To: <TheCostumersManifesto@yahoogroups.com>
              > Sent: Friday, May 10, 2002 10:34 PM
              > Subject: Re: [TheCostumersManifesto] Need help with
              > a pattern
              >
              >
              > > <P> Ok, if it is just a gathered sleve attachment
              > to a
              > > cuff, then you have to attach the gathered edge to
              > the
              > > cuff and facing you can then hand hem the facing
              > to
              > > the wrong side of sleve. You can actually sew the
              > cuff
              > > facing on at any time , just match the appropriate
              > > notches....it should turn out fine...you probably
              > have
              > > to hand stitch the cuff facing to the seam
              > allowance
              > > where the sleve and cuff meet.
              > > <P>  <B><I>Angelica Harmon
              > > <aharmon1@...></I></B> wrote:
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              > >
              > > <DIV><FONT face=Arial size=2>Thanks for everyone's
              > > replies. I really do appreciate it.</FONT></DIV>
              > > <DIV> </DIV>
              > > <DIV><FONT face=Arial size=2>The sleeve is poofy,
              > for
              > > a lack of a better word. It's gathered, then
              > > the sleeve band is supposed to fit on the
              > bottom,
              > > from what I can tell. I understand that facing is
              > to
              > > give a finished look to a raw edge. What I'm
              > having a
              > > problem with right now is 'where' to sew the two
              > > pieces together. I know...probably something
              > simple
              > > I'm overlooking. But I think my brain melted about
              > an
              > > hour ago. ;o) Do I fit the sleeve band into the
              > > facing? Or do I just sew the two together as
              > > is?</FONT></DIV>
              > > <DIV> </DIV>
              > > <DIV><FONT face=Arial size=2>Probably not
              > explaining
              > > well...sorry. Leave it to me to choose the
              > advanced
              > > pattern, make it through the entire dress, and
              > then
              > > not be able to figure out the sleeve bands.
              > > LOL</FONT></DIV>
              > > <DIV> </DIV>
              > > <DIV><FONT face=Arial size=2>Angelica</FONT></DIV>
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              > > <DIV style="FONT: 10pt arial"><B>Sent:</B> Friday,
              > May
              > > 10, 2002 8:03 PM</DIV>
              > > <DIV style="FONT: 10pt arial"><B>Subject:</B> Re:
              > > [TheCostumersManifesto] Need help with a
              > pattern</DIV>
              > > <DIV><BR></DIV>on 5/10/02 3:52 PM, Angelica Harmon
              > at
              > > <A
              > >
              >
              href="mailto:aharmon1@...">aharmon1@...</A>
              > > wrote:<BR>
              > > <BLOCKQUOTE><TT><BR>Stitch sleeve band facing to
              > > sleeve band, leaving notched edge open.
              > > Trim.<BR><BR>> Ok, but how? The picture isn't
              > much
              > > help, and I just can't figure
              > this<BR>out.<BR><BR>If
              > > anyone can help, please email me on list or at: <A
              > >
              >
              href="mailto:aharmon1@...">aharmon1@...</A><BR><BR>I
              > > dont have the pattern so I'm just guessing.
              >  Is
              > > the sleeve band similar to a cuff?  If so, it
              > > sounds like you're to sew 3 sides of the band to
              > the
              > > facing, right sides together, leaving open the
              > side
              > > that you sew to the sleeve. Then you would turn
              > the
              > > band right side out and stitch the open seam to
              > the
              > > sleeve. Does this make
              > > sense?<BR><BR><BR></TT></BLOCKQUOTE><FONT
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            • Siebel San
              Out of all the butterick patterns I ve used, not one ever fit together right. The pattern pieces are just off . They won t go together right... -Jessie ...
              Message 6 of 10 , May 15, 2002
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                Out of all the butterick patterns I've used, not one ever
                fit together right. The pattern pieces are just 'off'.
                They won't go together right...
                -Jessie

                > Hey dear my suggestion to you is not to buy Butterrick
                > Patterns they are notirious for unintelegble
                > directions. They take the simplest thing and
                > complicate it with extra seams or tucks ect, or they
                > don't give enough directions. Even I have trouble
                > sometimes and I have been sewing for 30 years. best
                > to stick with McCalls or Simplicity if you are a
                > fairly new seamstress. HA ha ha I only look at
                > directions if I can't figure it out anyway, not to
                > smart sometimes but I get buy. Take care "Sal"
                >
                >
                > --- Angelica Harmon <aharmon1@...> wrote:
                > > Many thanks to everyone who has replied on or off
                > > list to my pleading. I've
                > > been a part of this group for awhile now, and
                > > tonight makes me remember why.
                > > You're all really wonderful, and a great help.
                > >
                > > As for the dress...it won't be done in time for
                > > tomorrow, but I will have it
                > > done for next month, when I can wear it again. The
                > > good thing is, when I
                > > finally get it done, I can sew all the easy patterns
                > > without a problem. Next
                > > stop, Elizabethan gowns! Joking...maybe 5 years from
                > > now. ;o) After my brain
                > > reforms from the stress of this project.
                > >
                > > Again, all my thanks and love go out to you all!
                > >
                > > Angelica
                > >


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              • peggy salvail
                Good to know it s not me that s off ha ha ha have a good day Sal ... __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? LAUNCH - Your Yahoo!
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                  Good to know it's not me that 's off ha ha ha have a
                  good day "Sal"

                  --- Siebel San <siebelsan@...> wrote:
                  >
                  > Out of all the butterick patterns I've used, not one
                  > ever
                  > fit together right. The pattern pieces are just
                  > 'off'.
                  > They won't go together right...
                  > -Jessie
                  >
                  > > Hey dear my suggestion to you is not to buy
                  > Butterrick
                  > > Patterns they are notirious for unintelegble
                  > > directions. They take the simplest thing and
                  > > complicate it with extra seams or tucks ect, or
                  > they
                  > > don't give enough directions. Even I have trouble
                  > > sometimes and I have been sewing for 30 years.
                  > best
                  > > to stick with McCalls or Simplicity if you are a
                  > > fairly new seamstress. HA ha ha I only look at
                  > > directions if I can't figure it out anyway, not to
                  > > smart sometimes but I get buy. Take care "Sal"
                  > >
                  > >
                  > > --- Angelica Harmon <aharmon1@...> wrote:
                  > > > Many thanks to everyone who has replied on or
                  > off
                  > > > list to my pleading. I've
                  > > > been a part of this group for awhile now, and
                  > > > tonight makes me remember why.
                  > > > You're all really wonderful, and a great help.
                  > > >
                  > > > As for the dress...it won't be done in time for
                  > > > tomorrow, but I will have it
                  > > > done for next month, when I can wear it again.
                  > The
                  > > > good thing is, when I
                  > > > finally get it done, I can sew all the easy
                  > patterns
                  > > > without a problem. Next
                  > > > stop, Elizabethan gowns! Joking...maybe 5 years
                  > from
                  > > > now. ;o) After my brain
                  > > > reforms from the stress of this project.
                  > > >
                  > > > Again, all my thanks and love go out to you all!
                  > > >
                  > > > Angelica
                  > > >
                  >
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                • Terri Lee
                  I too have had the same problem with Butterick. I am not the brightest bulb on the tree, but I can make historicly acurate garments from looking at CDV
                  Message 8 of 10 , May 16, 2002
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                    I too have had the same problem with Butterick.
                    I am not the brightest bulb on the tree, but I can
                    make historicly acurate garments from looking at CDV
                    pictures, line drawings, and fashion plates a heck of
                    alot easier than I can when using any form of the
                    Butterick patterns.
                    Maybe we should go to Butterick and offer to show them
                    what is going wrong so they make it right for us...
                    Terri Lee
                    --- peggy salvail <psalvail@...> wrote:
                    > Good to know it's not me that 's off ha ha ha have a
                    > good day "Sal"
                    >
                    > --- Siebel San <siebelsan@...> wrote:
                    > >
                    > > Out of all the butterick patterns I've used, not
                    > one
                    > > ever
                    > > fit together right. The pattern pieces are just
                    > > 'off'.
                    > > They won't go together right...
                    > > -Jessie
                    > >
                    > > > Hey dear my suggestion to you is not to buy
                    > > Butterrick
                    > > > Patterns they are notirious for unintelegble
                    > > > directions. They take the simplest thing and
                    > > > complicate it with extra seams or tucks ect, or
                    > > they
                    > > > don't give enough directions. Even I have
                    > trouble
                    > > > sometimes and I have been sewing for 30 years.
                    > > best
                    > > > to stick with McCalls or Simplicity if you are a
                    > > > fairly new seamstress. HA ha ha I only look at
                    > > > directions if I can't figure it out anyway, not
                    > to
                    > > > smart sometimes but I get buy. Take care "Sal"
                    > > >
                    > > >
                    > > > --- Angelica Harmon <aharmon1@...>
                    > wrote:
                    > > > > Many thanks to everyone who has replied on or
                    > > off
                    > > > > list to my pleading. I've
                    > > > > been a part of this group for awhile now, and
                    > > > > tonight makes me remember why.
                    > > > > You're all really wonderful, and a great help.
                    > > > >
                    > > > > As for the dress...it won't be done in time
                    > for
                    > > > > tomorrow, but I will have it
                    > > > > done for next month, when I can wear it again.
                    > > The
                    > > > > good thing is, when I
                    > > > > finally get it done, I can sew all the easy
                    > > patterns
                    > > > > without a problem. Next
                    > > > > stop, Elizabethan gowns! Joking...maybe 5
                    > years
                    > > from
                    > > > > now. ;o) After my brain
                    > > > > reforms from the stress of this project.
                    > > > >
                    > > > > Again, all my thanks and love go out to you
                    > all!
                    > > > >
                    > > > > Angelica
                    > > > >
                    > >
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                    > > what I have felt, there would be no more war, only
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