Member since 2/2/12
Date: 4/3/12 6:54 PM
Does anyone know about or have any experience with this pattern, or this technique?
Member since 1/23/06
Date: 4/10/12 6:11 PM
You may want to post this on Creative Sewing or the Pattern Modification boards. I think you will get a quicker response there. For myself, :Miyake's patterns are know for their puzzle like cuts often wrapping and folding in very unconventional ways. I find it best to just slowly follow directions. They are usually pretty good.
Member since 1/4/03
Date: 4/11/12 2:10 AM
I sent a PM to the moderator and asked her to move this post, rather than duplicate this topic.
Good luck! I could not figure out what pattern you're talking about. "Vogue 2667" has been used for several patterns, including a Donna Karan top/pants/dress. If you're referring to this Issey Miyake, there's a seam that continues down from the top of the armhole . . . so I'm not sure what you mean by "front/back cut-in one."
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Member since 2/12/06
Subject: Topic moved Date: 4/11/12 8:33 AM
This topic has been moved from Regional Communities to Sewing Techniques and Tips
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Member since 8/24/02
In reply to Irene
Date: 4/11/12 12:13 PM
Perhaps Miyake used real kimono construction, in which there are no shoulder seams, for part or some of his patterns, as here.
For this, the front and back panels are composed of a single long length of fabric that runs from the front hem straight up and over the shoulder and down to the back hemline.
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