Added Nov 14, 2010
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Cut, measure and mark your pattern pieces with as much care as you would on a regular garment. You want to make sure that everything matches up--and if it doesn't be able to adjust the pattern pieces before cutting for your real garment. The only difference--you can mark on the muslin with permanent ink because it doesn't matter if it shows up on the final product, and it will make it easier to see.
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