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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Where Form 8815 Locations

Instructions and Help about Where Form 8815 Locations

Hi guys welcome to vintage on tap my name is Bianca if you're a brand new visitor to the channel I make sewing videos and I show you guys be behind the scenes process of sewing if you're returning viewer welcome back so this is a video that's continuing my series on vintage Bovie nine to eight zero which is a beautiful coat dress if you haven't already seen the intro video please go ahead and check that out before watching this one in this particular video that we're gonna be diving into the fitting process now as I say in the intro I'm going to be showing how to fit this dress to my body if you have different proportions and measurements than myself that's totally okay I still recommend watching the video though just because it kind of gives you a point of view of like a reference point of some of the changes that you may have to do so you know granted you may have to do changes that are completely different than mine and even the changes that I make might be I might do them differently than you do if you have to do similar adjustments but the thing is you know you want to be able to kind of get like more holistic point of view of you know how people approach it I might do my fitting video than somebody else they're fitting video might be different so you know the more points of view the more perspectives you can to get on this piece the better I mean but at least that's the way I always learn before beginning the process though I would recommend cutting off the skirt portion of the bodice just because it is a long dress and so I cut mine off at the hip line which I did not do in the in the meet of this video but I cut my bodice top at the hip line and then from there when I hadn't got started so let's go ahead and go through the process so first things first make the muslin straight from the pattern in my case you can see that it is very long on me and it does not go to my center front though I also see that I have to do is way back in the back so that was the first thing I took care of was I went ahead and started on the back piece now you know I used the lines that were already drawn on the pattern I didn't adjust the placement of those so I went ahead and actually took up about three quarters of an inch in the lane so that the waste would actually fit me in the correct place now of course if you've seen any of my other previous videos you know that I use a bunch of tape so make sure to tape that down all the way so it doesn't wiggle as you're working but in terms of shortening it or lengthening it just be sure to get your correct measurements right off the bat if you do have to adjust where the waistline sits on like a particular piece sort that out later because you just want to make sure that you have a baseline guide from the very beginning now I went ahead and did that over everything and as I said in the intro I'm working on just the bodice pieces I cut off these skirt pieces at the hip line just so that I can kind of get a more easy accurate gauge as I move things around cool after going ahead and shortening everything went ahead and worked on my sway back adjustment now in my case I did a sway back adjustment of about half an inch which is pretty standard for me for for all my McColl's pattern company pieces so you want to go ahead if you've done a sway back before you're going to do a little hinge at the side seam and then you're going to be cutting in from the center back to the hinge overlap slightly in my case as I said is half an inch tape everything securely once it's all overlapped cool as you can see here I'm gonna head and just tape up a piece down the center back because you have to imagine that when you do this way back adjustment you are shortening the center back line and it might get a little bit crooked so I went ahead and straightened it out put down my ruler and cut out a new centre back and this particular piece because there is that inverted pleat there's this like not just make sure to keep that intact now for this muslin you can see that the waist is great my sway back is looking good so my Center back line is looking decent I do have a sock at my shoulder to make sure that I can see how much I actually need to measure out for my full passage US Mint now in this part I'm kind of motioning to the to the notches because that's essentially where I need to make sure that does not just stay in place now if you're doing a full bust adjustment on a princess seam like I am doing here definitely check out previous video that I did I'm gonna go ahead and link that in the description just so you can see another example of a full bust adjustment on a princess seam in my case though I am just going to be doing the full bust adjustment on the center front piece not the saw and not the side front piece now the reason being is that the busts point hits me in the correct spots from when I tried it on and so I figured you know like I only really.

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