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Let’s get started with the tutorial………………KIMONO
Note: I usually like to draw and journal in this book ( not really sketching, but journalling).
Step 1: Lay out your fabric
Note: I pay particular attention to squaring off my fabric. I line up the angles with the selvage edges and then trim off excess before I start cutting my commercial or self-drafted pattern pieces.
Step 2: Cut out back piece the desire length x width.
Note: I cut mine to the width (shoulder to shoulder) of my back. I’ll tell you why I made an alteration…
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