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Video: How to Fit Yourself with Sarah Veblen, Part 3—Using a Smartphone or Camera

Mather Dolph and Carol Fresia; Gary Junken

In this, the third and final installment of the Threads Insider All Access fitting tutorial with Sarah Veblen, she demonstrates how a camera or a smartphone can be an indispensable fitting tool. By using photos as guides, you may capture drag lines and other prominent fitting issues. Having a friend or family member assist with the fitting process is ideal. When that is not an option, these tips by Sarah Veblen are sure to help you get the fit you desire, all on your own.

If you’re looking for more in-depth advice and fitting techniques, be sure to check out Sarah Veblen’s DVDs in our online store.

Watch the How to Fit Yourself three-part tutorial

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Sarah Veblen is dedicated to promoting all aspects of garment sewing, from construction to fit, patternmaking, and design.

Sarah’s extensive knowledge of fitting and garment making comes from decades of creating custom clothing for her clientele. She specializes in fit, innovative pattern design, and quality construction. She now primarily teaches, and her focus continues to be on helping women create a wardrobe that is comfortable and compatible with their lifestyle.

Sarah has authored many articles and publications on sewing and design, including her books, The Complete Photo Guide to Perfect Fitting and First Time Garment Fitting, and writes her own occasional blog. Sarah has made a series of instructional fitting DVDs, produced by Threads, on skirt and bodice fitting and on making stylistic changes to a master pattern.

Sarah has a Certificate in Fashion Design from Baltimore City Community College and a bachelor’s degree from Stanford University. She is an active member of the Association of Sewing and Design Professionals (ASDP), the American Sewing Guild (ASG), and the Haute Couture…


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  1. NewJerseyJohnson | | #1

    Thank you Sarah! The videos are great help. Nancy Johnson

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