Well, this project is finally coming to an end. With all drawing done I could place them where they belong, as an illustration for the sewing descriptions and the patterns themselves neatly together on a large A1 sheet. Continue reading
The whole point of sewing the oher plunge bra is to see whether the proportions of each pattern part will be the same in bigger sizes. Continue reading
Time for another quick fleece test with the pattern I worked out last time. I did fix the lacking measurements before sewing of course.
Drawing a pattern when having a cold with running nose; take my advice and DON’T. Stubborn me tried it anyway but believe me, things get really messy! Continue reading
Both the cups I want to try have the significant coupe seam from the side down going upwards to the top edge. That should be the first pattern drawing. Continue reading
Now the technical drawings are done I could also finish the directions and list of materials. Without it just the pattern sheet by itself wouldn’t do most people any good! Continue reading
For a better understanding of the anatomy of the bras I always add a technical drawing to the sewing patterns I’m selling. All details will be clearly visible there. Continue reading
My poor eyes are tumbling around in my head from all the staring at rulers and tape-measures all week. Grading patterns sometimes can be a real struggle! Continue reading