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measurment-iconBefore you can draft your own, personalized pattern, you have to take measurements. Marion walks you through this easy process in a few short video tutorials.

squarepicElizabeth Estervig applies the scientific method to four frock coat drafts, testing each one and rating them all on speed, ease, and accuracy. 

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What if you want to "standardize" your patterns and sell them? It's not as complicated as you might think... Jennie shows how.

Pattern Drafting 4: Sleeves and SkirtsJennie demonstrates how to draft different styles of sleeves (long and short), skirts, and finishes up the 1812 dress.

Pattern Draft 3 - Creating a Regency BodiceHow to transform a basic bodice pattern into three Regency bodices styles: gathered and two different styles of crossover bodices.

forensic_iconWhen making a costume, an extant garment is the ideal research source. Once you have one,  how do you analyze it?

icon free sm Marion shares with us her secrets of drafting stress free fitted sleeves that set into the armscye easily every time.

icon free smHow to make your own personalised Victorian corset pattern - a class suitable for beginners! You'll be surprised how well it fits...

icon free smTaking the mystery, the jargon and as many numbers as possible out of the process of drafting your own patterns, step by step.

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