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From Body Scan to Custom Dress Form

Threads #185, June/July 2016
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A dress form that precisely replicates your circumferences, proportions, and posture is every sewer’s dream. When 3-D body scanning technology debuted several years ago, speculation about how it might revolutionize the garment industry was rampant. Home sewers would benefit greatly if 3-D body scanning technology were integrated into the process of creating a custom dress form. Now, thanks to Allison Lince-Bentley’s Dittoforms, this dream is becoming a reality. See what happened when Threads Special Projects Editor Stephani L. Miller took a trial run in this article from Threads #185 (June/July 2016). Web Extra: Behind-the-Scenes at DittoForm Web Extra: Custom Dress Form Options

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