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    Matching Notches: Copying A Favorite Garment

    Copy Cat a favorite garment

    Reproduce the style and fit you love with this tutorial.

    How to put a garment together.

    Copying complex garments ~ 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. Now I can duplicate my "blanket coat" that is on it's last legs!

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

    An easy way to copy your favourite clothes/ copy patterns from existing garments

    How To Copy A Ready Made Garment

    Patternmaking - Copy a favorite blouse

    Cuff. You could extend the concept to make a matching collar.

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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.

    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.

    How to make your own pattern from a ready-made garment

    How to clone your garment / pattern-making

    Make a pattern from your favorite pants

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