Monday, May 18, 2009

Rotate that dart!

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This is how I am going to use my T-shirt pattern to make a gathered neckline.

17 comments:

  1. Lately, I've been reading about pattern drafting and I've learned darts are amazing little things – not to be taken for granted. :)

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  2. OMG Robin. NOW I get it! Sometimes it takes a moving picture to paint a thousand words. Duh!

    BTW the red blouse is fabulous.

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  3. Playing with darts is fun! You can make so many design changes just manipulating the dart. Good luck!

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  4. She makes it looks so easy!
    I'm going to have to try that technique. Thanks for showing it.

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  5. Really cute little tutorial. I've done this a lot, but I think your video makes it so clear.

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  6. WOW! I like that. Thank you.

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  7. Quite clear! And very cool. Thank you!

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  8. You are so lucky to be this tiny!!! What is your diet secret! And that rotating is fabulous....love the ending style...like those gathers at the top without adding a lot of bulk in the bodice!

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  9. Love the tutorial. It made me think about my childhood: cutting paperdolls and making doll clothes out of scraps from my mother sewing projects. It also made me think about ways to get extra mileage out of t-shirt patterns that are TNT. Thanks!

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  10. My 1st reaction--OMG! I can't wait to try this. Thanks, now I will continue to read and see what more I can learn today. :)

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  11. Tee! Hee!! What a GREAT teacher you are!! How CLEVER to use a wee pattern to demonstrate with!! I could even learn how to use ELECTRONICS with you!! Wonderful!! Thank you!!
    Warm greetings,
    Rhonda in Montreal (PR), who popped in from Ruthie's

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  12. Amazing video!! Thanks for the information.

    Karen aka Karendee

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  13. What a cute and very helpful tutorial!!!!

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  14. Ha Ha, you make it look soo easy,, thank you,,,:)

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