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  • Simply Dreaming

    How to Copy Ready-to-Wear #sewing #clothes #clothing #tips

  • Laurie Rheuark

    How to make a pattern from clothes you already have: the wardrobe, reimagined: How to Copy Ready-to-Wear clothes, women, men, #mentalawareness, ADHD, ADD, sewing, patterns, recycle, reuse, vintage

  • starr webber

    How to re-create a garment - Make a pattern from your favorite clothes.

  • Amy @ Life in Pink Hi-Tops

    how to copy ready to wear

  • Linda Summers

    How to Copy a Garment by wardrobeimagined #Sewing #Pattern

  • Paulette Gutierrez

    How to Copy Ready-to-Wear: Lay garment on kraft paper over cardboard. Stick pins through all layers at all seams, details, etc., essentially "drawing" seam lines using "acupunture," creating little bitty holes in the kraft paper. (The cardboard provides a surface for the pins to stick into and thus go -through- the kraft or pattern paper, holding the pins upright.) the wardrobe, reimagined:

  • Ching Chi Yeh

    Transfer clothes back to paper pattern

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