Over the last couple of weeks, we've been talking about fitting the back.
Last week I demonstrated how to assess the muslin and adjust your pattern for a rounded back fitting issue.
This week I want to show you how to adjust for a prominent shoulder blade. I thought it important to cover this fit issue because it seems most people use the rounded back pattern adjustment to solve a prominent shoulder blade issue. While the rounded back adjustment will work to some extent, you may find it will cause another fitting issue.
Watch the video to find out why and what to do instead.
Resources mentioned in this video:
If you are looking for more back fitting tutorials check these out:
I hope you enjoyed this video! If you found it helpful, let me know in the comments or share it with a friend who might.
All My Best,
PS Have you seen the latest classes and workshops? I just opened enrolment for The Perfect Shirt Workshop! If you want to start designing your own patterns, these are both great workshops to get you started!
PPS Can't get to Victoria for an in-person workshop? Try online learning instead and check out Designed to Fit: The Bodice Block.
We all struggle with fitting our sewing projects. It's not easy, fast or fun for most of us, so let's work together to gain some understanding of how patterns work and why fitting issues arise. Let me guide you step by step through your next sewing project.