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Tips & Techniques > Part 2: Focusing on Ease: Where~When~How

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Posted on: 6/3/13 9:22 AM
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This is Part 2 in my Pattern Fitting Series, "My Approach to Successful Pattern Fitting". This segment focuses on Ease. What ease is, where to add ease and how to add ease. I've included several picture/illustrations to explain my points about ease. Information is included to help you work with your shape and determine how balanced it is and how to add ease to specific areas. I hope you find this information helpful in solving any questions you may have had about ease.

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sewingsilly said... (7/14/13 8:53 AM) Reply
Link has been fixed.
Restart06 said... (7/13/13 10:58 PM) Reply
Sadly, the link above didnt work for me.
 
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