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    JudyCDTV
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    Registered On: August 1, 2016
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    Just wondering if anyone out there knows how to fix straps on full slips?
    I have broken two straps on two slips

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      Gillian Brown
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      You fiddle around for ages trying to thread it back on and getting crosser and crosser. Finally you chuck the wretched thing in the bin and go on-line to look for another. You then see two or three you rather like, click on “proceed to checkout” and then realise that you don’t actually have a dress or skirt that would go with them all so you go back to browsing. By this time you are getting close to your credit card limit so go on another computer to arrange to increase your CC limit, which also means you have to ask for a pay rise. Simples init! (And when it all arrives you discover that you’ve ordered the wrong sizes and don’t have any matching bras & panties).

      Hope this is of some help.

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      JudyCDTV
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      Both of the straps came loose with the material with the sliding thing on the strap,
      how do you thread the strap through the sliding thing?

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      Gillian Brown
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      Depends what you mean by “broken” and how good a seamstress you are. If it’s the slider on an adjustable strap, measure the length of the “surviving” strap and sew the broken one to the same length (does that make sense?). If a one strap on both slips have completely had it, take the good one off the less used slip and sew it on to the preferred one! Then call an ambulance because you’ve stitched your thumb to your fore finger.

      Alternatively buy two new ones. And if you can find ones with lacy bodices & hems (seemingly rare in the UK nowadays), please let me know where!

      Gilly

       

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      Mandy Wife
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      Where are they broken? If they have just come away at the hem you should be able to just sew them back down again by hand?

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      ANDREA RAVEN
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      I can’t help you with the answer, but if you contact Emma at http://www.nylonnostalgia.com she may be able to help…………

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