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Hey guys, welcome to the very first edition of my new series, "A Curvy Girl Sews." I want to explore sewing for curvy girls because it's a little different than sewing for those without any extra curves. And just to clarify, it's not only about being overweight or not. Even if you're at your ideal weight, if you're a busty girl, a pattern straight out of the package won't fit you without some adjustments. Now, I want to start by saying that I am not an expert at sewing by any means. I would consider myself either an advanced beginner or an intermediate sewer. Maybe intermediate, especially since I successfully put in a perfect invisible zipper on my Adele dress. I'm feeling a bit smug about that, so maybe I've upgraded myself to intermediate level. I know how to do buttonholes and other basic sewing techniques, but altering a pattern is a bit of an art, and there are various ways to do it. That's what I want to explore in this series. Let's talk about the first pattern I'm going to discuss. I didn't make many changes to it. This is what I'm currently wearing, Simplicity 2147. I made view A, which is supposed to be a mini dress. I hemmed it with a two-inch hem, but it ended up being more like 3 inches so that I can wear it with pants or skinny jeans and knee-high boots in the winter, along with a cardigan. The fabric I used is from Mayfield fabric, a Robert Kaufman fabric made in Japan. It's called the Kyoto rayon, and it's a type of very fine gauze. This fabric is incredibly comfortable to wear. It's so light that you almost can't even feel like you're wearing anything. It's that comfortable. Sewing with it wasn't difficult,...