Some sewists have been complaining about the appearance of the BS mag’s pattern presentation style. The truth is that some of the pictures make it rather difficult to visualize the finished garment, and some of the explanations indeed lack clarity. However, thanks to this web site and its members I myself always seem to get the needed info one way or another. Although, it would be nice to not have to do a thourough search through the sites for almost every project…
So, have you seen this and what are your thoughts?
Hi, If you have trouble drafting – why not buy 2 patterns? You could get the bodice you…
Hi, I don’t think you will have too much trouble leaving the pattern as it is on the bo…
I posted three last night that haven’t shown up either in my studios or on the project …
You could just use a Princess line bodice pattern and tape the pieces together at the b…
Still doesn’t seem to be fixed. Quite unprofessional!
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