UNCATEGORIZED YOUTUBE VLOG TUTORIALS

How to Trace a Pattern

November 6th, 2016 2 Comments

I recorded this a very long time ago to show my friend how I trace patterns when I don’t want to cut them. Sorry it was kind of dark, I was actually on vacation when I filmed this. You will need sharpie markers to make this work best and semitransparent tracing paper from the art supply store.mine is the Canary Yellow art paper. http://amzn.to/2et2nqn Please don’t forget to like this video.

http://youtu.be/BRd9LaNFbg8

Tags:

About the author

Peri-Fit Pattern Fitting 1
Peri-Fit Pattern Fitting 1

No Comments

Sew-To-Fit LIVE!- VLOG *1- Mom’s Cape Jacket, Pant, Studio Update and My New Cardigan
Sew-To-Fit LIVE!- VLOG *1- Mom’s Cape Jacket, Pant, Studio Update and My New Cardigan

1 Comment

Project Chronicles: Part 1-Fitting Mom’s Cape Jacket Muslin/Toile
Project Chronicles: Part 1-Fitting Mom’s Cape Jacket Muslin/Toile

No Comments

Fitting Thoughts #1:  Pattern Fitting and Weight training for Posture
Fitting Thoughts #1: Pattern Fitting and Weight training for Posture

9 Comments

10 Industrial Sewing Machine Feet
10 Industrial Sewing Machine Feet

No Comments

Tulle Skirt for “Mini-Me”
Tulle Skirt for “Mini-Me”

16 Comments


Great tutorial Andrea. By trial and error, I just discovered the Sharpie 'bleed through' method a few days ago myself. I bought a roll of paper used on exam tables at doctors' offices and it is just the right weight to see through. Easier than trying to see through the paper to the pattern below!

Anonymous

I am so glad to see this information again–I'd lost track of it and need this tutorial as I have a number of tracing jobs ahead of me. Thank you, Andrea!