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Joyce F
Posted 2016-09-03 7:01 PM (#91487)
Subject: editing a sleeve after pattern has been printed



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If I have already printed out a pattern, and I forgot to lower the sleeve cap a little, will the bodice armscye pattern change to fit? I'd hate to have to reprint the whole thing. I remember discussions about saving after a pattern has been edited, but it didn't really sink in.
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JoAnndjob
Posted 2016-09-03 7:10 PM (#91489 - in reply to #91487)
Subject: Re: editing a sleeve after pattern has been printed



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I just go back to the style, make the changes, save then print just the sleeve in the editor. I've done this many times when I decide to change the sleeve style.
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Joyce F
Posted 2016-09-03 9:17 PM (#91490 - in reply to #91489)
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And you don't have to make changes to the armhole?
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JoAnndjob
Posted 2016-09-03 9:26 PM (#91491 - in reply to #91490)
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When you lower the sleeve cap, the sleeve changes, but the bodice stays the same. I have V5, but I don't think this would have been changed on V6.
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Lisa - Tech Support
Posted 2016-09-03 10:02 PM (#91492 - in reply to #91490)
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Joyce F - 2016-09-03 8:17 PM

And you don't have to make changes to the armhole?


Lowering the sleeve cap changes the amount of ease and the length of the sleeve cap. The armhole does need to change.
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Joyce F
Posted 2016-09-04 3:17 PM (#91496 - in reply to #91492)
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So Lisa, do you think it would change enough so that I would need to reprint the side front (shoulder princess) and the bodice back to make sure it would look right?
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Lisa - Tech Support
Posted 2016-09-04 9:24 PM (#91503 - in reply to #91496)
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Joyce F - 2016-09-04 2:17 PM

So Lisa, do you think it would change enough so that I would need to reprint the side front (shoulder princess) and the bodice back to make sure it would look right?


Probably but it depends upon what change you make to the sleeve.
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Joyce F
Posted 2016-09-06 10:23 AM (#91508 - in reply to #91503)
Subject: Re: editing a sleeve after pattern has been printed



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Just a one click adjustment to the cap height to gain a little room in the upper sleeve
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Lisa - Tech Support
Posted 2016-09-06 2:42 PM (#91509 - in reply to #91508)
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Joyce F - 2016-09-06 9:23 AM

Just a one click adjustment to the cap height to gain a little room in the upper sleeve


There is not a click adjustment for the cap height. You have to choose a number in inches to raise or lower the cap height. It will change the armhole.
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Joyce F
Posted 2016-09-06 7:34 PM (#91512 - in reply to #91509)
Subject: Re: editing a sleeve after pattern has been printed



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You're right. Cap ease offers a left click to go to the next number. Cap height requires a number. I chose -0.5 for cap height.
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