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October 16, 2007


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Thanks so much for this really great series of posts. I've really enjoyed learning about the process and how all these elements come together. I found the Model illustrations really fun but obviously well thought out. I appreciated how drop shoulder seams appeared where drop shoulder seams should and that drawing were done to represent gauge. I thought those little details made a huge difference and showed a lot of care. To the points in your "green" post, it gave an impression of what one could do without locking you into any one variation of the theme.

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