Ive been on this for a few months now, and im having a lot of difficulties. ive done a few basic dresses – shirt dresses mostly – and this one focuses on full bust alterations. My cup size ( yes im sharing ) is a “G” so its obvious why this course had appeal to me.. . But now im having alot of difficulty breaking down what she is saying about the alterations. Does anyone have any advice on how to simplify the process of a Full bust alteration ? its getting really frustrating – and i must say… those cup pieces are tiny to begin with!
Thank you for this information, I’ll use it to repair my pants. Thank you
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The seam needs to be able to stretch, so you need to use a stretch technique, as if you…
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