Newsletter-photo

Top 50 Blogs
for Fashion Sewers

Subscribe to our FREE email newsletter and get the Top 50 Best Bloggers for Sewing Enthusiasts.

Hi everyone,

I’m attempting to make my own bodice sloper using http://www.burdastyle.com/techniques/constructing-the-basic-bodice-block. I thought I was following the instructions perfectly, but then when I got to the armscye and realized it was way too narrow for an arm to fit through! Does anyone have any suggestions for where I might have gone wrong or how to salvage and adapt what I have done so far? If I split the front and back halves apart at the armscye, how would I then modify the halves to correct the problem?

I’d be grateful for any suggestions! :)

Perfilpg_large

3 Posts Sign in to add a post

    • This is a question
  1. Sign in to add a post

Recent Posts

  • Hello,
    Did you manage to solve this problem? I am getting the same error message.

  • OK. Thanks for that. I wouldn’t want to pay for online download to find it had the same…

  • Sadly, Burda instructions range from the brief to the sketchy. There are rarely picture…

  • By the way – it is a duffle coat.

  • Hi. Are there any patterns that go beyond 46? I can’t find anything that corresponds to…

Burdastyle

http://burdastyle.com//discussions/someone-help-me/topics/bodice-sloper--2