Hi everyone !!
I’m stuck – don’t know what to do :
When it is time to cut the size of the pattern, I take my measures and i’m supposed to use a size 8.
BUT, I never really looked at the size and I’ve always used a size 4.
When I look at the pattern, I don’t find many with a size 4 (it usually start at 6).
I have found an old t-shirt that I sewed in a size 8 some years ago… Now, I don’t know what to do!
What should I do, because I know that if I follow the none writng rules, I should use a size 8.
I’ve a big stopped to sew because I don’t want to pay for something that won’t fit me!
Right now, I want to sew so badly … What should I do?
Using a real size 8 (even if it’s supposed to be my size but it is REALLY TOO BIG for me) or should I still use a size 4 ?
Thank you all !!
I would spread the hemline wider then the neckline though as it doesn’t look too gather…
Hi, boning would be good. You have a zip on the side so you only need boning in the sea…
Usually the facings need to be sewn together before the facing is sewn onto the garment…
There’s a burda member here that does that. Her profile is called sassy. it’s a picture…
If you pop up a window to the dress it will be easier to find :)
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