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Pattern Adjustment for a Full Bust Without Darts

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In Industry Insider Techniques, Vol. 4, the well-known sewing maven Louise Cutting shares closely held trade secrets related to fitting and finishing. Adjust any pattern for a better fit on top, learn to finish and fit your sleeves, and much more. The step-by-step sewing techniques demonstrated in Volume 4 show you how fix common problems with a few simple pattern adjustments. 

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    user-5258875 | | #1

    Great video. Your blouse looks like it would be an excellent example of one that you don't want darts on just from a construction standpoint. I learned a lot. I don't think I will have to "wing it" anymore. thank you

  2. mboyd50403 | | #2

    I love this! Typically I use two different methods to create an FBA, none of them allow for extra length in the front. What I do not see mentioned in this video and appears to be critical is the amount to alter. I normally add 1 inch on a regular FBA, do you somehow split that up in these two sections or what is the ratio?

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