VIDEO TUTORIALS THAT GET YOU TO A BETTER FIT FASTER
Welcome, to the third video in the Fitting Fundamentals series!
If you’ve missed the first few videos, just click the links below:
Today's video is all about preparing for the first fitting session. Now, you’re probably thinking “what’s to prepare, just sew it up and take a look” right? Well, I’m going to suggest you do a little bit more than that to make sure that the first sample you create fits relatively well and if it's not quite there, you'll be able to assess the fit more quickly and easily.
Watch now to find out how.
As I mentioned in the video, you can download The Pattern Measurement Worksheet absolutely FREE. Click the image below to get started.
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Here is the second instalment of this month's series on Fitting Fundamentals.
If you missed the first, just click here.
Today's video discusses the three fitting methods that will help you assess the fit of your garment. Each one of these methods is usually discussed on their own but I'm going to suggest we use them in combination. Watch the video to learn how to to do that. If you have some of your own tips and tricks you'd like to share please do so in the comments!
As I mentioned in the video, you can download The Perfect Fit Guide absolutely FREE. Click the image below to get started.
Here are the other resources I mentioned:
All My Best,
Throughout the month of April, I'll be presenting some of the essential information you need to improve your fitting skills in a series I'm calling Fitting Fundamentals. Today's video discusses the four reasons fitting is difficult and gives you some strategies that will make it easier for you.
As I mentioned in the video, you can download a FREE mini guide to photographing your sewing projects for accurate fit assessment. Click the image below to get started.
If you'd like to join the In-House Patterns Studio community, visit the new Facebook group. I'll meet you there to let you in!
All My Best,