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Designing Custom Fabric - part 2

SquarepicIn Part 2 of her series on creating customised fabrics, Lisha shows us how to design and order our own special, unique cloth - perfect for recreating your dream outfit!

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Jenny  
Historical sewing   I am interested in reading the article posted on Facebook.  
 
pollyanna  
Re: Historical Sewing   Hi there Jenny,
I'm afraid that article is accessible to members only. However, if you're interested in joining and accessing our whole archive of articles on historic costume making, then please pop along to http://www.yourwardrobeunlockd.com/249-slideshow/617-become-a-member-now.
We've got some particularly good deals for students and seniors right now, at http://www.yourwardrobeunlockd.com/249-slideshow/677-student-membership, so it's a chance to grab a discounted membership deal while they're still available!
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Polly
 
 
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bookwyrm  
  Another solution for creating a dashed line like that is to use the Text tool to write a line of dashes: ------ or dash-space-dash: - - - - - - -. Then you can rasterize and rotate or transform the line however you like. (For different effects, you can obviously you can also use equals signs, underscores, periods, carrots...)  
 
Lisha_Vidler  
  That's an interesting idea. I never would have thought of using text to create lines or dashes! I'll have to experiment with that the next time I make a striped or patterned fabric.  
 

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