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Pattern Drafting from Ready-to-Wear taught by Steffani Lincecum

Costumer and sewing instructor Steffani Lincecum teaches how to re-create your favorite ready-to-wear clothing or delicate vintage finds in this versatile patternmaking class.

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Here are some details about my project:
Category Sewing
Type Clothing
Sizing Women
Style Casual, Cute
Kay P. on craftsy.com

What are you most proud of? That the draft muslin worked so well. A woven fabric in a garment that has a front opening would be easier to work with for a first garment, when you aren't sure of what you are doing. Thread tracing the grain line (which I could not see w/o a magnifying light) helped keep me from stretching the knit. The white knit muslin is much heavier and a little less stretchy than the 4-way stretch jade, but surprisingly(!) worked out. Now I'll make the blouse in the 4-way stretch fabric I originally planned to use.

Kay P. on craftsy.com

What advice would you give someone starting this project? By all means, take this class! Stephanie is a wonderful teacher. She covers every possible scenario and makes it all understandable. I originally signed up because it was on sale, I was bored, and I thought it might be something that I could use someday. Now I can't wait to go through my closet to see what other garments I want to copy. This is so much fun and so empowering! Thanks, Stephanie. I loved it!

Kay P. on craftsy.com

Really great job!

06/23/2013 Flag

Very nice job

06/29/2013 Flag

Love it in the heavier fabric! It has an almost sculptural elegance, much better than the original.

08/17/2013 Flag

The white one in the photo is a "muslin"? ! Can't wait to see the "real one"!

08/25/2013 Flag

Great job Kay!

03/10/2014 Flag