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Video: Where to Place Bust Darts

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Pattern designer and star of One Pattern, Many Ways Angela Wolf is back with a second Q&A video. Watch as she explains the importance of bust darts and offers advice on where to best place them.

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  1. Carly_Sue | | #1

    Fitting is the main thing for clothes to fit right. Angela Wolf is so talented and knowledgeable. I am looking forward to her more of her advice.

  2. Ceeayche | | #2

    One inch from center of breast in which direction?

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    AngelaWolf | | #3

    @CHL 1" from the center bust away from the center of the body

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