A gusset performs one of two functions: It will replace fabric into a pattern where the fabric was lost during the drafting process, and it also gives extra fabric in an area of the pattern where greater mobility is desired. In this tutorial, Kenneth King demonstrates how to create a cut-on gusset.
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Posted on May 10th, 2010 in design, garment construction, All How-To, fitting