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[Jun. 17th, 2005|07:50 pm]
Verminius Rex
Dear makers of the Folkwear pattern which includes the children's Turkish Tunic-
You assholes do not know how to make a decent keyhole neck pattern. The only people more stupid than you is me for actually trying your method. I hope you get lousy parking spots for a week. Now I have to make my own. Bite me.
Yours truly,
Harold
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[User Picture]From: solan_t
2005-06-18 04:33 am (UTC)
Sorry, Harold! :(
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From: rowangolightly
2005-06-18 05:14 am (UTC)

*guffaw*

OH, I'm sorry you're having problems with it, but ye gods, did that make me laugh!

Hope you get if figured out; keyhole necks can be a pain in, er, the neck.
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[User Picture]From: silverfae
2005-06-18 04:08 pm (UTC)
I Like that tab-style Turkish vest, we use them for lots of bellydance costuming. With an embellished fabric there, it look sreally cool.
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From: found_wilson
2005-06-18 09:14 pm (UTC)
That was hilarious.

And I completely agree.
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[User Picture]From: clevermanka
2005-06-20 02:31 pm (UTC)
I've become increasingly less enamored of Folkwear. The first pattern of theirs that I made (Blonde Bombshell, back in 1999) was fantastic. Every single other one I've tried since then has been a disaster of increasing magnitude, up until last year's attempt at M'lady's Corset that did, actually, drive me to tears.
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