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Topic: What's The Correct Way To Trace/Draw A Pattern  (Read 615 times)
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« on: January 03, 2011 04:56:34 AM »

Hi Everyone,

I am very new in sewing and I have been looking at all the beautiful photos of clothes that is made by all the members in the adults and kids' sections.  My other half bought me a Toyota sewing machine and my 2 kids have chosen their materials - Ben10 (pants for my son) and Dora (dress for my daughter). 

Apologies if I sound silly and ignorant....I really want to know how do I trace or draw a pattern for my daughter's sundress?  I tried but I think I got it wrong.  However, I think I managed to trace it correctly for my 4 year old son as its a pants.  I am not sure if I am correct to say that it does not matter if the front and the back is of the same as he is only 4 years old.  Please correct me if I am wrong though.

Hope to hear from you guys soon!!!

Happy New Year 2011!!!

Take care,
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