The test garments follow up

My last test garments are ready. I have no more time to make more. I still have to help my mother with some spring cleaning and my work is calling as well.

1. I ma glad though I have managed to make the top of this Butterick pattern B5813. Generally speaking I will have make simple strait skirt to it but I prefer to have it cut in the waist. I have to try it and check it.

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2. The last muslin was a short jacket based on the Butterick pattern B5859. I am going to test on it my idea for the fashion show – I am planning to take part in the challenge organize during the The European Master Tailor Congress (EMTC).

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3. The very last activity was working on my pants muslin. While watching the picture from my first fitting I have noticed that the side seam at the top is pulling back.

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I decided to give a little more space at the back seam line. Maybe I should give even more space. I will try it.

Of course issues with too much fabric at a crotch (especially at the front) still need to be taken care of.

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10 thoughts on “The test garments follow up

  1. Bieta, how did you find the fit on the B5813 muslin?? I was looking at that pattern this weekend and the shoulders look a little wide on the pattern. I’m trying to figure out how to make an FBA on this one, but ran out of time. I just love this pattern.

    1. Usually I have not so much time – this time I just have no sewing machine and I am using this opprotunity to make muslins for the dresses I really would like to make.

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