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?
Not sure if you also asked on other forums, someone at Artisanssquare might know an ans…
Im soo sad, that we are that far away :(
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