23 comments

  1. Dude the link to part two doesnt show how to sew it 😫
    I just followed all these steps and I feel like I'm gonna mess it up if I go at it myself!

  2. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you. I want to make all of my own clothes & finding the right pattern is not an happy task so thank you!

  3. My grannie was a dressmaker in the 30s and taught me to cut patterns like this. I can’t shop bought patterns now – she used to make a plain material garment to cut from and keep she called a β€œtoile” . Your clothes look great πŸ‘

  4. What width and weight of brown paper do you use.. I am in a quandary as to which weight and width to order.. Thank you…

  5. you need to explain properly by, not talking like an express train that is not going to stop anywhere.

  6. This is my 1st time seeing your videos. I think this method is really neat. I definately will be trying this myself, however if this is the slower version…….Geez!….

  7. This is how I was able to make my three boys all their halloween costumes. I loved it because I could buy cheap material, since they were only wearing it once and then make their dream a reality!

  8. This surely only works in clothes with one front and back not several pieces but still a good tutorial

  9. If I had to use a pattern,
    I wouldn't sew. That's where my freedom of expression comes in play and makes them mine. Like you did . My family does it though.

  10. The only thing I’d wish was different about this was you’d shown how the clothes you made the pattern from fit you so I, someone who prefers clothes that are probably a bit to big for me, could have an example to see so I don’t start with a pattern that’s too big for me. Oh well, I’ll figure it out.
    But this really is an excellent tutorial that really makes sewing your own clothes seem way more achievable then it seems when you just think about it. I look forward to getting started.

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