I’ve noticed a lot of people seem to want men’s patterns. I agree that there are very few men’s patterns out there in the major pattern companies and even less I would ever consider buying. If I went by what I could find there I would have to assume men wore PJs ugly shorts and unisex tracksuits. Or maybe if i get classy a boxy suit jacket from the 80s.
I sew mainly men’s clothing at the moment, and also mainly for myself.
I have quite a few patterns I’ve adapted and altered to suit myself. Maybe I could post some if I can figure out how.
My question is what patterns would you like to see?
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Thanks! That makes sense, I didn’t think about using tissue paper, I’ll have to try that.
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