This take on the duct-tape method for making a dress form is a bit more difficult than our quick and easy method but provides a closer fit.
Every sewer needs a dress form. Here are four fast, cheap (and amusing!) ways to make your own.
This quick and easy method of form making uses ordinary duct tape as both the body-casting material and the final form.
Singing the praises of a priceless book about proper fitting and altering patterns to suit a reader's needs, style and size.
Achieving that perfect fit is a snap with this essential DVD collection.
Cornell University course Web site offers instruction on how to drape a basic bodice—from measuring a muslin to adding or subtracting the final darts.
Learn how to adjust a pattern to fit the small bust.
Here's the inside line on how to alter a pattern for a large bust.
Download our personal measurement chart to keep your measurements handy next time you go to the fabric store.
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