Compare Sarah’s Key To Pattern Drafting To………

I’ve had a few emails lately from people asking what’s the difference between “Sarah’s Key To Pattern Drafting” book and the specific titles — “How To Make Dress Patterns” or “How To Make Slacks/Shorts Patterns”, etc.

“Sarah’s Key To Pattern Drafting”  contains SOME of each of the garment types — basic slacks/shorts, basic blouses, basic dresses, basic skirts – so that you can have a few of each of the garment types and learn how to make your own patterns for them.  As you probably know, our pattern making materials are set up so you can use YOUR OWN measurements to make the patterns, therefore the patterns are guaranteed to fit your measurements.  It doesn’t matter if you are tall, short, heavy, petite — because you are using YOUR measurements, everything will fit just right.

Each of the “individual” books and classes – “How To Make Slacks/Shorts Patterns “,”How To Make Dress Patterns”, “How To Make Blouse Patterns”  and“How To Make Skirt Patterns”  is devoted entirely to THAT particular topic, therefore you have a whole pattern making book of those particular garments with a wide variety of styles.  Some women have said “I only wear slacks; you’ll never see me in a skirt or dress”, so for her, the “How To Make Slacks/Shorts” book is perfect because that’s all she wants.  Others may never wear slacks or shorts so really aren’t interested in that, but would be interested in the skirts or blouses or dresses

Anyway you look at it, the best alternative to ready made garments that don’t fit or the style is nothing you’d want to wear in public, or patterns that need so many adjustments you don’t even know where to start would be to check out the pattern making materials.  All of the pattern making materials have diagrams/illustrations on which measurements you need and how to take those measurements, then goes on to show you how to use your own measurements to make those perfectly fitting patterns and garments.

And speaking of pattern making for hard to fit people, be sure to check out our PlusSizeChildren website  and all the patterns and classes that are available for overweight and obese children.  Spring is right around the corner, so now is the time to get some sewing lined up for yourself, your children or grandchildren.

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