P e r f e c t !
You have done a great job with these matching up the pattern. Very tedious work. I can understand why they were pleased.
Well they were collected and he was thrilled with them. So I am happy about that as I was stressing they might be disappointed.
He the asked do I make Kilts? I said NO so fast I surprised myself.
I have a friend who has a daughter in law who does theatre sewing and recommended a seamstress for me to pass on to them.
I figured if I was stressed with these I would be worse doing a Kilt especially seeing the fabric had to be imported from Scotland from the mills.
Congrats and figuring this out and for helping the band out! They will appreciate having them.
You've done a great job Barb. I'm sure they will appreciate all the work you've done. Most of the ones I've seen don't bother about doing the bottom section as Kim has asked. I've had a look on the net and a lot of them are left raw. Love Chris
Glad you got it sorted out....but they have unfinished raw edges??
Yes that is how the sample one they gave me was made. You just cut the V out and use fray stop. A messy ending. I feel it looks half done.
I agree and have not seen any of these up close before... But, you have to do what the customer wants, even if it appears to have a "messy ending"