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Beginning Pattern Making Tutorial
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The larger the measurement of the bicep, the less high the cap will be.
The back of the sleeve does appear to have more fabric than the front after drafting was complete. This extra fabric is needed to allow for arms to move in a forward direction in comfort.
Slopers are always created without seam allowances. Slopers are not actual sewing patterns, but a pattern that is used to create/design other actual sewing patterns. Often slopers are custom made to a person's specific measurements for ease of designing for that individual.
Very good explained I like the way how she showes all the details. Great video.
BUT, Since when is the back sleeve steeper then the front sleeve? And for my taste is the whole sleeve cap very high. I would notch the shoulder point which is very importand. Also ladies you need to consider to check if this measurments fit into your blouse armhole in case you like to discharge the sleevepattern which came with it.
this pattern has only plain measurments. You need to add the seamallowance by cutting out on fabric.
I too have been sewing for more than 40 years and have many sewing books and magazines about making your own patterns, but this video brought it to light for me. I loved it.
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