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Aromagal's Dressform

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Plus-Size Pattern Fitting & Design taught by Barbara Deckert

Plus-size women deserve cute clothes! Learn how to make comfortable and flattering garments with Barbara Deckert, author of Sewing for Plus Sizes.

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Category Sewing
Sizing Plus-sized
Style Eco-Friendly
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What materials did you use? Paper tape, plastic garbage bag, duct tape for the form. Wood for the stand and an old t-shirt to cover.

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What are you most proud of? That it was a success!

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? It takes a whole weekend with all the steps needed. First to make her, dry her, fill her, get her on a stand. Each step took time for me or for hubby to do. It is really rewarding when successfully done. She is pretty much spot on my size as we did tape tightly on the first layer.

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Beautiful form == thanks for posting the pics!

10/15/2013 Flag

Great job!

05/07/2014 Flag

Brilliant job!

11/14/2014 Flag

Wow you saved all that money if I am understanding that you created this without a form underneath?is that correct? Congrats again thanks for sharing. Connie g

12/28/2014 Flag

Yes you are correct :) I don't own any other dressform. Only this one hubby and I made :)

01/01/2015 Flag

Thank goodness, for sharing your expertise with us... I have gone from a size 6-12, then to 18-22 now back to women 16-18. Now I have all this Nice clothes that needs ALTERING!! Hopefully I am able to get some good pointers that can help me save some money and Pay off my Medical bills.

04/13/2015 Flag