Re: Hemming problem
- From: Sparafucile <fake@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 18 Jul 2008 13:30:34 -0400
On Thu, 17 Jul 2008 22:43:08 -0700, BEI Design wrote:
It is certainly high enough, and I could get about 70% of
each leg marked.... So, why wouldn't it?
One portion of the chalk hem-marker goes *inside* the
garment being marked, and the hinged chalk-dispensing part
is outside. You pull the chalk-dispensing (hereinafter
called CD) part to make contact with the garment *and* the
inside-the-garment post and squeeze a bulb to puff chalk
onto the garment. I'm just not sure how well the "inside"
part would move around your leg *inside* a pants leg, and I
know from my own experience that aiming the CD gizmo gets
more and more difficult as the whole apparatus moves around
behind you (or you move in a tight circle around it). In
addition, you have the problem of guiding it around your
shoes. As I said, I have used one, but only for skirts, so
perhaps I'm over-thinking this.
Beverly, liking Kay's method more all the time....
OK, I can deal with the shoes, but I don't understand what goes
inside the skirt/pants. Perhaps it's been redesigned? I clicked on the
instruction sheet from the like you sent me, and don't what you mean -
but then again, it's just a basic line drawing. Would you take a look,
please (it's an Adobe PDF file) and let me know? Thanks.
“I love cats because I take pleasure in my home; and little by
little, the cats become its visible soul.”
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7/18/2008 1:27:17 PM
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