I can make long sleeves fit on my mannequin just fine. The problem is when a person wears the garment and specifically when the person raises their arms: the bodice side pulls up out of the waistband.
This seems like a reasonable situation to me but I can only find fitting solutions as if your arms were always at your sides.
How is a long sleeve / arm scythe / bodice front & back (sloper) drafted so the bodice stays tucked in with full motion of the arms?
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Grabbing up some trim from JoAnns or Hancocks and applying with either fabric glue or n…
Thank you Lincatz this is valuable advice.
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