Kimono FAQ -- Frequently Asked Questions about: Japanese Gar...
Susan Fatemi may have added some patterns for antique Japanese garments. To learn more about Susan's offerings you can find more about her site on our links page. Updated August 2006:Also, in the last year or so (since 2005) a number of patterns for making kimono (and other Japanese garments) have become available. A search on google for kimono patterns turns up quite a few we didn't know existed.(You can go to that google search page by clicking HERE).
In that a number of people have shown an interest in obtaining the mannequin patterns, I decided to include them with the patterns for Project 1 and Project 2. The first page of Project 2 shows the construction of the mannequin ( or armour stand ) and there is a link on that page to line drawings of the patterns.
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One of the best pattern suppliers in the world is the "Winfield Collection". The Winfield collection is one of the only reasonably priced mail order catalogues that carry a wide variety of indoor and outdoor woodcraft patterns. Best of all, the patterns are delivered right to your home! All you have to do to get your free catalogue is call TOLL FREE 1-800-WINFIELD.They also now have a web page and can be found at "http://www.thewinfieldcollection.com".
Some FAQ's regarding the DermaSilk product range
This is very much dependent upon the type of garment worn, the nature of the wearer and whether the garment is worn alone or under other clothing. It is generally expected that the garments used for infants are more likely to be out-grown rather than worn out.
Frequently Asked Questions - Designer-Entrepreneurs.com
Again, this question depends on what it is, how experienced the person sewing it is but most of all is the pattern. See "Do you need a pattern maker?" for a better idea of what that this may be.
Hawaiian Moon FAQ
In the event you request a return of a gift item, we will issue you a merchandise credit. If you prefer something else on our website, please fill out and print our ONLINE RETURN and EXCHANGE FORM to process your exchange. Enter the garment information for the item you would like to receive. You will receive an email with an RMA number to authorize your return. Remember to enclose a copy of the form with your return and clearly mark the RMA # on the outside of the box.
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The kimono is colorful, artistic and dramatic--everything needed to create a unique and beautiful display in your home. A large wedding kimono is perfect to fill an expansive wall or provide a focal point in a large room or hall. Children's kimono or haori give the same effect when less space is available. Try using a children's kimono in a play room or nursery to complete a "children of the world" theme.
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Kimono were traditionally taken apart, laundered and sewn back together. Because the fabric content is not always known, we do not suggest home washing for your kimono. You can use a dry cloth to brush off surface dirt or dust, but water may cause the colors to run and the fabric to shrink. We have some success with professional cleaners, but dry cleaning destroys metallic painting and sometimes embroidery. The chemicals may weaken silk.
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We combine visits to family in Japan with our buying trips, arranging to visit markets and shops while there. We choose things from the vendors that catch our eye--things we would enjoy owning and using ourselves. Some accessory pieces are purchased from retail shops, as they are not available any other way. Our clothing items are all previously owned and were found in the greater Tokyo area.
The Kimono Company
Kimono belts are folded and lightly stitched into one of the sleeves. Belts for Short Kimonos can be found tucked inside the collar.
Dolls United Interactive Magazine – a multi-media doll...
We can only put in the magazine what is submitted. We have no other way of getting information than through submissions. So go ahead, submit your doll patterns, gallery photos, and doll making articles to us!
Masterpiece Artist Canvas :: About FAQ
We developed the Artwrap style for our 3-D canvases to offer a clean and neat appearance and the ability to restretch. However, the double spline proved to be difficult to remove and restretch. In response, we applied the Masterwrap style to the 3D canvas. This allows for easy restretching, lower price and an upgrade to a 12 oz. cotton duck canvas instead of the 7 oz. which was previously used.
Sean George Pressed Glass and Goblets - pressedglassandgoble...
No one really knows how many Pressed Glass patterns were produced in North America. It has been estimated at approximately 3,000 different patterns. We do know that there are at least 1,700 patterns produced in goblet form; but some companies produced patterns only in goblet form or only in tableware form.
Artecy Cross Stitch. Frequently Asked Questions.
What is a Permanent Member? Permanent membership means as long as the website is running you will remain a member. This website has been running for 7 years, I do not expect to stop doing this website for a long time yet. I love creating these patterns for all of my members.
NWTag.com Frequently Asked Questions
If your product is to be garment dyed after the labels are sewn in, we recommend using our Woven Edge Taffeta Polyester with black print. We recommend specifying your intent to garment dye your product so we can provide you with the best possible labels for your purpose. Top
Louisville Wedding Photographer Frequently Asked Questions
Stylistically, we lean towards a photojournalistic / fine-art approach. We want to capture images naturally and that reflect you and your personality. No cheesy poses we promise. Our goal at every wedding we shoot is to document your wedding so that browsing through your wedding album is like re-living the experience and not looking at a bunch of tacky, all-smiling shots.