In Fitting Fashion
May 09, 2023
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Apr 05, 2022
Today I have prepared step by step instructions for making a Small Bust Adjustment specifically for the In-House Patterns Kimono Tee. Since the Kimono Tee pattern has been developed specifically for a D-Bust cup size, a smaller cup size will require a pattern adjustment to reduce some of the volume that will be present over the bust area. Don't fret, the fix is so easy! Step One: Draw in the slash lines to prepare for the pattern adjustment. Step Two: Cut along the slash lines leaving a hinge at the side seam. Step Three: Overlap the pattern sections as...
Jul 17, 2018
Hello! Thanks so much for visiting the In-House Patterns blog today! If you've landed here looking for free tutorials for fitting your latest sewing project, there is a lot to explore here. Take a look around, I hope you find some insight and inspiration here. For the most current tutorials visit https://www.inhousepatternsstudio.com/ Just click on the image below and you'll land right where you need to be! After the jump you'll find step by step instructional videos related to pattern making, fitting and garment design. This is where you'll find all the In-House Patterns tutorials going forward. Looking for an in-person workshop...
Oct 16, 2017
Fitting is a challenge and even more so when you are fitting yourself. I think I've heard the phrase "I don't have a fitting buddy" more often than I can count. Believe me, I understand. Fitting yourself often means you need to be as flexible as a gymnast and have eyes on the back of your head. Sometimes mirrors and cameras and the help of your husband or partner just won't cut it so I created a new workshop that I think will help you out immensely. It's The Fitting Fun Workshop on November 17, 18, and 19, 2017. Click the image below for all...
May 30, 2017
In this final video of the Pattern Fundamentals series, we're going to use the basic sleeve block to design the pattern of one of the most popular sleeve styles this year. If you've missed the previous lessons in the series, I encourage you to watch them. They are loaded with essential information you'll need for pattern manipulation. Just click the links below to watch: PATTERN FUNDAMENTALS: Two Essential Skills for Successful Pattern Manipulation PATTERN FUNDAMENTALS: How to True Darts and Manage Dart Volume PATTERN FUNDAMENTALS: Three Ways to Manage the Back Shoulder Dart PATTERN FUNDAMENTALS: How to Create and Balance a...