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#012 Elizabethan Bodice Sew Along: ALTERING THE PATTERN TO FIT YOUR MEASUREMENTS

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#012 Elizabethan Bodice Sew Along:  ALTERING THE PATTERN TO FIT YOUR MEASUREMENTS

  Welcome to The Elizabethan Bodice Sew Along!  Today we will be using those measurements you took on Day 1 to alter our pattern to fit our measurements.  We will be showing two different options below.   Our first option is for Arte, who is going to fit her muslin over a corset.  Arte's measurements fell right in between size 12 and size 14.  It is pretty unusual to have this happen - all measurements fitting in one size range - but that is the way it worked for her.  We decided that it was better to use the higher size, as...

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#012: The Elizabethan Bodice Sew Along: MEASUREMENTS

Posted by Margo Anderson on

#012: The Elizabethan Bodice Sew Along:  MEASUREMENTS

The Elizabethan Bodice Sew Along (referred to after this as #012 Bodice Sew Along) begins today!  We will be doing different blog posts each week, addressing different parts of the process of assembling a garment made from the pattern. This week's blog posts are as follows: Measurements with or without a corset underneath Assembling a digital pattern Altering the pattern to fit your measurements Cutting out your mock-up Fitting your mock-up with or without a corset underneath Today's post is all about measurements.  The #012 Bodice pattern requires 5 specific measurements in order to be able to get the correct...

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