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Subject: I never cut on a circle. For a small dress the width of a fabric is usually enough for the front and half for each back. I simply pleat the fabric on the frame of the skirt.

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Date Posted: Friday, February 28, 05:43:26am
In reply to: DM 's message, "how on earth do you measure out goblet pleats cut on a circle base? I know it must be quite simple but it such mental block to me. Any help would be much appreciated." on Thursday, February 27, 05:25:23am

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On Dance.net there was a very detailed conversation string about making a circular goblet skirt titled "Evolution of a Solo Dress." Here's the url: http://www.dance.net/topic/10041445/1/Irish-Dressmakers-Costumers/The-Evolution-of-a-solo-dress.html&replies=17. (NT)LynnToledoFriday, February 28, 08:06:59am

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