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The 'Moroccan Inspired' cloth pad pattern is; -9.5 inches long -2.75" inches snapped width -has even front and back coverage -is a fantastic pattern for slightly advanced sewers -can be used without a core for everyday use -is also perfect as a liner or light to moderate use with the appropriate core, and -is super cute!
Sewing notes: -There is no seam allowance on this pattern. -This is a sew on the line pattern. -The solid line is the sew line. The dotted line is the core line. -Instructions are included with this pattern. -Video instructions can be found on my YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/eJZ25nOHtSc -For further support with any Cranky Poodle pattern please join the free Facebook group: www.facebook.com/groups/crankypoodle/ -In order to reduce excess use of expensive core fabric, you might like to consider stepped cores where you need the most coverage. -You might also like to consider sewing a channel down the middle of the core to help direct flow. -I recommend measuring your underwear prior to purchase to ensure it will fit. Due to the nature of instant downloads, no refund is given after purchase of the pattern.
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