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MDaisy
Posted 2008-05-22 1:54 AM (#43416)
Subject: Pattern 1101


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Oh, gosh I just checked the pattern number, hope I am remembering this right as it is late here, but I have finished two tops using the Click and Sew software. WOW! Both tops turned out looking like I knew how to sew...hehehehe...

I am very pleased with the fit and ease of use of the Click and Sew software. My first pattern layout took about a half to complete but the later patterns have taking about half that time.

The ease of use is amazing!

I am a happy camper,

MDaisy

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Carla
Posted 2008-07-30 2:52 PM (#46021 - in reply to #43416)
Subject: RE: Pattern 1101


MDaisy, I am glad to hear this. I just bought CS and hope to get a muslin made in the next few days. Success stories will spur me on!
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rowena___.
Posted 2008-07-30 3:43 PM (#46024 - in reply to #43416)
Subject: RE: Pattern 1101



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welcome and congratulations, MDaisy! your post made my day.

and welcome also to you, carla, i hope you will jump in and make something, i think you will love the results.

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Carla
Posted 2008-07-31 9:59 AM (#46039 - in reply to #43416)
Subject: RE: Pattern 1101


Thank you, Rowena.  I'm hoping to have a muslin done during the next week.  Like so many people, I am nowhere near "average" size.  I hope Wild Ginger can help me overcome my reluctance to sew for myself again after all these years and pounds. 
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mitzi1
Posted 2008-07-31 6:01 PM (#46059 - in reply to #46021)
Subject: RE: Pattern 1101


Hello

I just got a click & sew software a few months back and just now thinking about using it. Let me know how your first project turns out. I am interested in finding out how snug it fits the first time, and also what you did to not make it fit so snug. I like my things to be a little loose.

I am also interested in someone who lives in the Springfield, Dayton Ohio area who could help me use this software accurately. Maybe individual training

Thanks and good luck
Susan

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Carla
Posted 2008-08-01 9:06 AM (#46082 - in reply to #43416)
Subject: RE: Pattern 1101


Susan, I think you build in ease with some of the settings.  On the next chart after your measurements you tell it what kind of garment you want and there is a place to determine how many inches of ease you prefer for this garment.  That will tighten or loosen as you wish.
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MDaisy
Posted 2008-08-05 3:41 PM (#46219 - in reply to #43416)
Subject: RE: Pattern 1101


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I was so happy with the Click and Sew patterns hubby bought me the Curves program. I don't work now so I don't need fancy clothes so the Curves program was a good option. I still use the Click and Sew 1101 to make dresses. I wish I could save the settings in the C&S program but I do keep copies of all my style sheets for future reference.

I have ordered the C&S jacket program and look forward to making a nice winter jacket for somewhat chilly California days.

It still takes me about 20 to 30 minutes to put the pieces together but the ease of use and fit makes it all worthwhile.

MA
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rowena___.
Posted 2008-08-05 3:56 PM (#46220 - in reply to #46219)
Subject: RE: Pattern 1101



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MDaisy - 2008-08-05 1:41 PM

It still takes me about 20 to 30 minutes to put the pieces together but the ease of use and fit makes it all worthwhile.



oh definitely! it takes me at least 20-30 minutes to adjust commercial patterns, often more than that, so having a pattern that prints off ready to go is well worth the investment.

although i will suggest that if you get any further into things, it will be more economical to just buy the full-featured program than to buy separate modules, you'll get even more than you would if you bought all the stand-alone programs.

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Huschp
Posted 2010-09-15 5:34 PM (#66423 - in reply to #43416)
Subject: RE: Pattern 1101


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What is the full featured programs?
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Gloria in South IL
Posted 2010-09-15 7:57 PM (#66424 - in reply to #46039)
Subject: RE: Pattern 1101


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Carla, I also am nowhere near average size. 18 12 in ready to wear tops and 22 1/2 in ready to wear bottoms. So as you can see I am two sizes bigger on the bottom. I really like the program and have had much success. For the past year I have made my slacks and capri pants. I like making dresses because I can fit the two different sizes of my body. Before PMB I always had to wear separates.
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Karen - Tech Support
Posted 2010-09-16 6:33 AM (#66439 - in reply to #43416)
Subject: RE: Pattern 1101



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Pattern Master programs are full programs.  Click and Sew has just a couple of design options while PMBoutique has hundreds.

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