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Tips & Techniques > Part 7: Fine Tuning The Sample~Making Corrections

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This is Part 7 in my pattern fitting series, "My Approach to Successful Pattern Fitting". This segment shows through a series of photo illustrations how to make corrections to your fitting sample "muslin" and transfer those corrections to your pattern. There are also photo illustrations showing exactly how to fit a sleeve in the arm hole of your pattern by a method called "walking the sleeve".
This segment is particularly important because it shows how your fitting sample should look and what to do to make certain corrections that you may encounter in this process.
I hope those of you following along with this series are having success in your pattern fitting process.

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