Added Feb 22, 2009
Measure the DART width, as determined in Step 20, from point R along the line connecting points D and O (this line may be oblique for some) and mark the point (point W). Now draw a line from point R down to the bust point (BP), and from the bust point (BP) up to point W. These form the sides of the bust dart.
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