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Connect the dart with the side line.

Then form the right side of the lower dart with a curved line like in the picture.

The front is ready.

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    Mar 27, 2012, 08.10 PMby pinkdaffodils

    I found when I put together my broadcloth practice bodice that the bust curve on the left side (the armscye side) did not fit my bust, nor did it curve under my bust to meet my ribcage, for those larger busted ladies such as myself (38DD) with my favorite bra on I measured from my bust point to the underwire of the bra, or where the bust meets the ribcage (4.5" for me) and I lowered the curve significantly so the curve was the fullest at the bust point, but continued curving inward until the 4.5" mark, then I curved it back out to meet the edge of the dart. I’m not sure if that was very clear, but basically make the bust curve longer for larger busts. Hope that helps some others with this same issue! Cheers!

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