Bias Cut Blueprints by Julianne Bramson and Susan Lenahan
A Novel Approach to Bias-Cut Garment Design and Construction
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You've probably heard a lot of hearsay about the bias cut. It's tricky. It's hard to sew. It uses too much fabric. The seams sag or ripple. It needs tons of basting.
What if you could stop trying to control the bias and instead start using its unique properties in your favor? What if that enabled you to make fabulous clothes that fit and flatter?
· Eliminates bias-cut sewing almost completely
· Simplifies textbooks worth of pattern drafting with a simple math formula, no scientific calculator required!
· Produces complicated-looking designs with a streamlined process
· Is efficient in both time and fabric, with only tiny slivers of material left over
The projects in this book are modular with many options for mixing and matching.
3 Neckline Variations
8 Skirt Variations
Add in tunic and dress lengths and over 200 garments are possible!
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Do you love the photos on this page and in Bias Cut Blueprints? Check out our photographer, Christina Ferrell!
The illustrations were done by the amazing Danielle Meder! Check out her blog on fashion and illustration.
Our editor, Sarah Sheehan, greatly added to the readability and professionalism of the book. Sarah writes a fun blog about vintage sewing.