sometimes people sew for others, people actually you don´t know (for selling) and you just can´t take the right measurements for a well fitting garment. When you´re using commercial patterns that are already tested, you are not supposed to have any problem with standard proportions, but maybe you´re enrolled in the adventure of drafting your own patterns. In this case, as me, I´ve realized there are few ( super important) measurements I just don´t know where to find p.i.
-shoulder to shoulder width…and go on and on
many available standard size charts are very succinct because is all about guidance, does it exist a FULL chart or procedure to obtain these numbers?
It depends on the knots you require.
Thank you for this information, I’ll use it to repair my pants. Thank you
I’m interested in the April 2011 issue.
thank you, Kate. I am really amazed, that there is not much more work involved…but I …
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