get armholes right when making own pattern http://www.craftinessisnotoptional.com/2011/11/katy-dress.html

Armholes when making my own pattern: First trace the arm hole…then draw down like so, across, then out from the shoulder, and join the two lines. The bottom of the sleeve pattern should slightly narrow as it comes out from the armhole.

Bodice Block / Sloper Generator - enter your measurements into the website to generate numbers for you to draft from. From: http://trantanphat.com/tailoring/drafting/d_fr_bod_sloper.html

Bodice Block / Sloper Generator - enter your measurements into the website - maybe I'll finally understand drafting a pattern! (Also, I wouldn't mind have boobs that perky again)

post on corset making and pattern alterations in relation to large cup sizes

Possibilities for front closures, busk and eyelets for lacing - Supporting a Large Bust Written by Isabelle Mekel

Body Shape Style Guide | eHow

This is a guide for what clothing suits women based on their body type. Whether you're busty, curvy, straight up and down, pear shaped, etc. there are clothes for your body shape!

Free corset patterns

FREE and a few paid corset patterns, many styles. Costuming or lingerie appropriate. Some historically accurate, some are modern.

How to Correctly Measure Front Waist Length for Plus Sizes. Click: http://www.craftsy.com/ext/Pin_BP1_20121028

How to Correctly Measure Front Waist Length for Plus Sizes

Get rid of a gaping armhole

Get rid of a gaping armhole

One of the common problems with sleeveless dresses is a gaping armhole. This technique will show you how to put that extra fabric into the b.

How to find your body length proportions for pattern alterations

How to find your body length proportions for pattern alterations, this is useful for teaching proportion, easier concept than dividing into heads

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