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Making a pattern from existing complex garments.

Even if your garment has lots of shaping and unusual pieces, making a pattern from it is straightforward—and doesn't require taking the garment apart.

diy: how to take in pants at the waist. I took in 8 pants by the waist, legs or hemmed length this weekend and IT IS AWESOME! It's nice to have nice dress pants that fit and I didn't have to spend a dime for new pants. Just spend a couple hours altering my current pants but so worth it!

diy: how to take in pants at the waist. IT IS AWESOME! It's nice to have nice dress pants that fit and I didn't have to spend a dime for new pants. Just spend a couple hours altering my current pants but so worth it!

How To Cut a Sweater and Secure The Yarn So it Doesn't Unravel: Button Up Cardigan Cowl (Old Sweater Refashion)

I thought this might work well if you wanted to make the girls mermaid tails from sweater fabric instead of felt. How To Cut a Sweater and Secure The Yarn So it Doesn't Unravel: Button Up Cardigan Cowl (Old Sweater Refashion)

Tailoring shirts - how to make your shirt smaller

Tailoring shirts - how to make your shirt smaller. I can totally use this because even XS is often baggy!

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If you have no idea what the difference is between a Square Cuff and a French Cuff, get schooled before you go looking for your wedding attire with this handy infographic!

Suit Up! If you have no idea what the difference is between a Square Cuff and a French Cuff, get schooled before you go looking for your wedding attire with this handy infographic!