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Dress Form Question

Deb_Sews | Posted in Notions & Tools on

I am in the market for a professional dress form but before I spend the money I need to find out about matching shoulder slope.  In my case, my shoulder slope is assymetrical with a ⅝ inch difference between the two.  How would I address shoulder slope differences on a dress form?  Or is that even possible?  Any guidance you could offer would be much appreciated.  Thanks.

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  1. jenniferstern | | #1

    Hi Deb Sews, I have a DittoForm dressform. It's created from a 3-D Scan of your body...and it's really accurate. If you have asymmetry, it will capture that too! Here's a video I did to share all the benefits of this amazing dressform! https://youtu.be/sEcarUXuptA Hope this helps!

    1. Deb_Sews | | #2

      Thank you for your response and video link, Jennifer. Unfortunately, the custom dress form is too pricey for my budget.

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