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Pattern Design is my educational solution to teaching pattern making for beginners. I shared my collection of pattern making books
I have officially saved the best review for last. I love all of these books equally. I currently own all
Designing a graded pattern for an "FBA" or Full Bust Adjustment - Warning: This is Technical - Part 3
Are you back for more information? Perfect. Let's get started. For the Rachel Tank, I didn't want to account for
Pattern Drafting Book Review Series - Part 7 - Designing and Patternmaking for Stretch Fabrics by Keith Richardson
For the 7th part in my series about pattern drafting books, I am covering Designing and Patternmaking for Stretch Fabrics
Designing a graded pattern for an "FBA" or Full Bust Adjustment - Warning: This is Technical - Part 2
How is your brain capacity for grading right now? Overwhelmed yet? I wanted to break the bust grade out into
Pattern Drafting Book Review Series - Part 6 - Pattern Making by the Flat-Pattern Method by Hollen & Kundel
You probably never realized how many pattern making books there were. This is the 6th book in my pattern drafting
I have completed the design of the Laurel Sport Bra and made all my necessary changes to the 38J pattern
Designing a graded pattern for an "FBA" or Full Bust Adjustment - Warning: This is Technical - Part 1
I recently created a pattern called the Rachel Tank, with 5 bust size options. It was a challenge to determine
Thanks for reading my review series on pattern making books. This review is the 5th in my series and is