We continue with the easy pattern adjustment series. Shortening the wire curve at the arm area is one of the most asked alterations.
Commercial sewing patterns are made with standard measurements. Most of women bodies do not fit exactly in a size category. A lot of us need to alter their sewing patterns using their measurements. The process is called pattern adjustment.
Before we continue with the Afi Chic pattern adjustments series I want to talk about bra underwires and bra patterns. Add your body to the equation and you’re looking at a more complicated problem. A problem we need to understand and solve.
The easiest alteration I want to address on the Afi Chic is adjusting the strap position. Going hand in hand is the armhole adjustment for the time when the cup cuts into your arm.
Maya cup was designed for full round breast tissue. And this applies to the upper part of the cup too. What this means is for some of the sewing ladies the cup is not filled completely. Today we tackle how to cleanly adjust the upper cup.
I thought I’d put together a list of possible alterations for a bra pattern. This is not a complete list, but it’s just the beginning.
Hello ladies! Have you ever had problems with the bra bridge? Not wide enough? Too narrow? This post will show you hot to adjust the bra bridge.
This post will show you how to adjust the Hourglass dress pattern to fit your hip measurement.
The standard size has a larger/smaller waist girth than yours. This post will show you how to adjust the pattern to fit your waist measurement.
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