One of the cool features of VStitcher is being able to move the avatar into different positions. One of the positions I thought would be helpful to understand fit is a subtle knock-knees stance.
I will likely post some quick blogs about things I'm learning while teaching myself how to use Browzwear apps. "Browzwear is the leading provider of 3D fashion design software for clothing development and merchandising solutions." I tested my knowledge on the May Jeans since these were my latest make. Avatar and Sizing I selected the plus-size... Continue Reading →
Over the past few years, I've been pretty unsuccessful in making myself a pair of hard slacks that I liked selecting styles that don't spark joy. The Cass Pants from Make by TFS? I do NOT like pleats on my body. Before that, self-drafted trousers with pleats. What was I thinking! Persephone? I do NOT... Continue Reading →
Of course, I will break down the fit and alterations of a basic sweatpants pattern. This is what I do! I had some extra fabric and needed summer shorts, so I took the Cloud Sweatpants pattern and made them into shorts. I selected this pattern both because of the size range available but also because... Continue Reading →
It's been over a year since I've made standard work pants with a non-elastic waistband. Since I only have elastic waistband pants in my closet or overalls with no waistband, I thought I should try my hand at a more traditional pair of pants. Pattern I initially tried out Trend Schnitt No60 pants but found... Continue Reading →