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?
I wish someone would answer this question as I am wondering the same thing. I purchased…
Glad you sorted it :-)
That’s for ‘tall’ sizes. There’s a separate chart for that. 72 is equivalent to size 36…
This may not be the right place for this, but I would love to see some subcategories fo…
Hope that yor machine is OK. I took mine in over Christams in between shows. It is runn…
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