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arlene lain commented on the blog post 'The "Bina" - The most versatile and easiest to sew garment you'll own and make!'
"how neat and pretty love it. thank you arlene lain"
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"those bags are adorable, thanks for shareing. arlene lain"
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arlene lain commented on Susan's video

How to Sew a Zipper Fly Front

"do you have any methoid for sewing pockets for a bra to put prostetic in. i am a breast cancer survivor and the bras are so expensive 40.00 cheepest from jodee . so if i bought bras and sew in pockets would be much cheaper. if you come up with a…"
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How to Sew a Zipper Fly Front

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I am an awesome:
beginner sewer
My sewing interests are:
I sew as a:
I am interested in learning how to:
the only sewing experiance i have is in jr high homect. but loved it. still do i just get agervated when something im working on dosent come out right.
My sewing machine(s):
Domestic, singer
The brand(s) of my sewing machine(s):
I am interested in patterns such as:
Your Own, simplicity. easy sew and quick sew

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At 9:34am on September 13, 2011, Lynn Browne said…
My mother had one breast removed so she needed a bra that would work for both sides. She looked for bras that had a lining that was loose from the cup of the bra-- in other words attached only around the outer edges. She would carefully cut the lining along the outer edge of the cup only enough to slip in the protesis. She would overcast, usually by hand, the open edge of the lining. She was small busted so this was enought to hold the protesis in place for her. Hope this helps. 
At 5:55pm on June 24, 2008, Diane said…
Welcome, I am new to sew-what's new. Can't remember not loving to sew. It makes my world sane.

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