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Copy Your Favorite Tee

Copy Your Favorite Tee - from Threads, who you can always count on foe correct & detailed instructions.

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Copying Complex Garments

Make a pattern from an existing garment. Even if your garment has lots of shaping and unusual pieces, making a pattern from it is straightforward—and doesn't require taking the garment apart.

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Copying Complex Garments

Making a pattern from a complex garment without taking it to pieces (Pic: The 1940s original jacket)

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Copying Complex Garments

Copying Complex Garments - maybe this will help me recreate my absolute favourite dress!

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Order of garment construction. (Sew Country Chick- DIY fashion and style)

Order of garment construction.

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Fabric Shops you Oughta Know

Some of our favorite on-line fabric shops to haunt

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Boning- Not just for Corsets

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Want to whip up a garment but no commercial sewing pattern on hand? Copy an existing garment in your closet instead. You can do this! If you benefit from this video, please click on the advertising to the right, if interested, to help support the free content in this video.

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Copying Complex Garments

Copying a favorite article of clothing - the copying process involves pinning garment sections flat to a paper-covered padded surface, and tracing each seam by poking through the seam and the paper beneath with a needle, or next to it with a pencil if it’s on an edge, leaving a row of holes in the paper.

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Learn How To Make Jeans That Fit in: Jean-ius! A Craftsy Sewing Class

Make endless copies of your favorite jeans without taking them apart. Couturier Kenneth D. King teaches his amazing class Jean-ius!, full of professional techniques. Click: http://www.craftsy.com/ext/20121116_ClassPin2

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Blazer pattern making tutorial, Rub off patterning

How to clone your garment / pattern-making