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Full Bust adjustment

lkl | Posted in Fitting on

Hello everyone,

I”m back to sewing in a more involved way  I have Multiple Sclerosis and walk a wheel chair. A new machine that threads itself really helps. I’ve been sewing a long time but “full bust adjustment ” is new to me. Please teach a old [broad], dog new tricks.What imfo . demonstrations,etc can I find online?Thanks

lkl

 


Edited 11/9/2006 5:54 am ET by lkl


Edited 11/9/2006 5:55 am ET by lkl

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    krawz | | #1

    Anytime your cup size is larger than a B cup, you need to adjust your pattern because patterns are made to fit a B cup. If you wear a B cup you need not worry about a full bust adjustment!

  2. MaryinColorado | | #2

    Hi! I bought the "shape a dart" online from Clotilde.  It is clear plastic and has markings on it for the variety of bust sizes.  I have found this to be very helpful.  Mary 

    1. lkl | | #3

      Dear krawz and MaryinColorado,

      Thank you.34DDD can require changes. I've looked up the "shape a dart". Would ya al tell me more about the concept and application in your sewing?

      lkl

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