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- dress form - satin tape, 3 mm - scissors - pins - pattern film + pen - cardboard - tailor's chalk / dressmaking pencil - shell fabric ...
You just need a dress form, some pins and a satin tape to start making a pattern. If it is your first attempt to sew a corsage: Keep ...
I always use transparent film to transfer the pattern.
Now you can transfer the film pattern to a cardboard. Don' t forget to add 1 cm seam allowance. (sides, bottom, top)
Fabrics should be cut on a grain. Draw a right angle from the waist line to get the grain. The straight grain runs parallel to the selvedge.
Sew all pattern pieces together and iron flat afterwards.
We use the seam allowance to get bone channels. Just sew at a distance of 0,5 cm beneath all dividing seam.
Now that the bone channels are ready, the shell fabric and lining can be sewn together at the top.
The shell fabric and lining can be sewn together at the bottom.
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