06:00 – 01:33 Example on the tracing of the patterns
01:34 – 01:55 When using the pattern pieces for made to measure (mtm) prints
01:56 – 03:43 About cutting the ribbons
03:44 – 05:09 About pinning and cutting the front and back pieces of mtm prints
00:07 – 00:28 Brief intro. regarding use of layplan for mtm and normal all-over prints
00:28 – 01:52 Assembling and sewing
00:53 – 02:00 Front and back (shoulder seams)
02:58 – 03:54 About cutting the ribbons (how I calculated the shortening)
03:55 – 04:34 The neckline ribbon (measuring and cutting)
04:35 – 05:12 The sleeve ribbons (measuring and cutting)
05:13 – 06:00 The bottom hem-ribbons (measuring and cutting)
06:00 – 07:18 Attaching the neck ribbon
00:00 – 01:10 Overlock ribbon to neck; an attachment method
01:11 – 03:43 Preparing & pinning; attaching sleeve ribbons
03:44 – 06:36 Preparing & pinning; attaching bottom hem-ribbons
06:37 – 07:18 Final stitching
- Tracing the Bat Dress
The actual sewing of the Bat Dress divided into 5 video sections:
- Sewing the Bat Dress outer layer
- Tape for holding the shape of the shoulder seams, finishing the french seams & hemming the bottom edge
- Sleeve finish with tape
- Sewing of the inner layer and attaching it to the outer layer
- Neckline finish with inner tape
Part 1 out of 5
Sewing the Bat Dress outer layer
Part 3 out of 5
Sleeve finish with tape.
Part 2 out of 5
Tape for holding the shape of the shoulder seams, finishing the french seams & hemming the bottom edge.
Part 4 out of 5
Sewing of the inner layer and attaching it to the outer layer.
Part 5 out of 5
Neckline finish with inner tape.
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