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how to create custom fit pencil skirt sew pattern


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I wrote tutorial / instruction (in English) how you can make custom fit sewing patterns for straight and tapered pencil skirts with lining, center back zipper, center back vent / slit and straight waistband. View sample of tutorial in photo gallery - photos 3, 4, and 5. Full step by step photo tutorial how to sew pencil skirt with lining you will find in my blog - Rasa's advices how best to sew. My blog link is - Tutorial - all measurements are given in inches (in) and centimeters (cm). Basic skills necessary - Patience, desire to work and couple of free hours. Sizing / finished measurements - Custom fit. Tools you need: - Tape measure - Mirror - Elastic to tie around the waist - Big sheet of paper - Straight long ruler - Hip curve ruler - Pencil - Pencil sharpener - Eraser - Pattern tracing paper, thin and transparent, some big sheets - 4 pattern weights - Simple scissors to cut paper

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