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i tryed to make the Basic Bodice Block
When i reatched to the step of back mesurment
I found that my back mesurment more that 10 cm from the standard mesurment on the table and i tryed many times may be i made a mistake in a pevious step and before that i tryed many times alot of baisc bodic block methods but the same error appers with each traial
for example according of my bust size (92 cm) the back size should be (34.5 cm) but my real back mesurment is (43 cm) ,yes just exchange the number ,and that error spoil any baisc bodic block i tryed to do ,what can i do for that ?,Is there any pattern slopers to repir that problem?
Thanks 4 help


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    Sep 12, 2010, 08.53 AMby high-tic

    I need nessesary to know exactly what is the steps of making roll-up pants and roll-sleeve( in details) Thank u

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    Sep 13, 2010, 08.02 AMby katexxxxxx

    Do you have a picture of the sort of thing you want?

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    Sep 14, 2010, 01.26 AMby gedwoods

    I’m not sure what the problem is, high tic… does it matter if your back measurement is very much larger than the standard one suggested? Use your back measurement, not the default one, and adjust the rest as a result (i.e. reduce the amount given to the front of the bodice to get the same overall bust measurement). The standard values are for some sort of average human, there is no presumption that real people necessarily come anywhere close to these values!

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    • 51mw-_npwgl_large

      Sep 19, 2010, 08.45 AMby high-tic

      KateXXXXXX :
      I tried to upload a picture but ther ’re a problem in that it

      gedwoods :
      can you explain more ,my sugestion is drawing what you ment on word office application as a draw scale and try to explain more to have good understanding your point of view

      Thanks 4 reply gyes

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      Sep 27, 2010, 04.34 AMby mlssfshn

      I have a copy of a book from the eight hundreds that by using the wrist measurement you can get every other body measurement within a couple of inches. Thought it wouldn’t apply to people of today our bodies have change ratios so much.

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