Member Since: 01/23/2012
I've been wanting to know how to draft this kind of sleeve as well and I have a dress project planned that it will be perfect for. Great, easy instructions.
You mentioned this technique during a class I took with you. I could not for the life of me visualize how this worked. Now it's crystal clear. Thank you for sharing this wonderful technique.
I've taken both of Kenneth's classes on Craftsy and had the opportunity to take some classes in person with him. He's a great teacher and the opportunity to have him in my home teaching me how to fit better would be wonderful. Like many women my age my figure has changed and fitting it well is sometimes a challenge. I need all the help I can get.
It's a great tip; now the trick is for me to actually remember it when I need it!
I've seen the sleeve forms in the catalog but didn't know how they are used, so thank you. You've given out some really good information, particularly on matching prints like this, something I find difficult.
75 lbs of buttons? It's a great use for them and the jacket is spectacular. What are you going to do with the remaining 50 odd lbs of buttons?
This is the only way for me to get my pants back to hang smoothly. Adding to the bottom is definitely better than your earlier method.
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