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StMike
Posted 2012-10-02 8:48 PM (#83516)
Subject: Copy of McCalls Pattern



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I want to copy this top (McCalls 664  I can get bodice and sleeves just fine with SE settings, but that collar is going to be a PE Challenge.  How would you approach making the collar?  Thanks in advance for your thoughts.

 

 





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cfonfold
Posted 2012-10-02 9:14 PM (#83518 - in reply to #83516)
Subject: Re: Copy of McCalls Pattern



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<p>Hi StMike, In my album titled Odds and Ends there is a very brief tutorial for drafting pretty much that same collar. I think it will make sense to you. if not let me know. Coopie</p><p>The pictures are not sequintial , sorry I got confused posting them.</p><p>C</p>

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StMike
Posted 2012-10-02 9:26 PM (#83519 - in reply to #83518)
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Hi, Coopie.  I think that will work!  Thanks very much.  I would never have thought to overlap the front and back a little at the armcye to get a better fit for the collar around the neck.  Very helpful.
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cfonfold
Posted 2012-10-02 9:28 PM (#83520 - in reply to #83519)
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Be sure and check in muslin ---or paper towel is what Karen often reccomends.
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