Below are the two largest pattern pieces. I decide to use the Zapp Method of Couture sewing to do the alterations.
The pic below is the back pattern with reference lines drawn. The upper back, chest, bust, waist and hips
This is the front. I joined the front piece to the front of the pattern in order to checked the front pattern as one piece. I located the same points on the front as I did on the back in addition to the bust point.
Here is my daughter wearing the muslin. I need to make some adjustments. That's all for now. I really need to make a duct tape mold of her.
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