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Posted on:9/25/09 1:05 PM


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racehorse said...
Ach, I don't think going up a size is a good idea. The shoulders are a tad wide and when I had the issue before on a t-shirt pattern I've made a few times, someone suggested I fold a wedge in the back piece and cut from that. It worked like a charm! I'm going to try it with this pattern as well. Also, the torso is a little more loose than I would like.
9/25/09 2:05 PM
Ach said...
Do you then recommend going up a size (or two)?
9/25/09 1:58 PM
dbsewer said...
I am always on the lookout for good twin sets so thanks for pointing this one out. Good luck with getting your fitting issues resolved. PEM me if you want some help. It sounds like we have similar fit issues.
9/25/09 1:45 PM
 
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