Wednesday, 15 February 2017

THE ONE THING YOU NEED TO KNOW AND DO TO GET YOUR CLOTHES PROPERLY FITTED!

Helllooo.... ladies! whats up?
Some ladies like me are very conscious of how our clothes fit at every curve, we don"t wanna look like we are wearing our granny's night gown hehehe..

HOW TO MARK OUT YOUR BLOUSE


Hi!
How have you been?  this post has been in my draft for a while now and i have been so choked up with activities.....today, i prayed against every anti-post spell disturbing me and that's why you are seeing this o!

Tuesday, 7 February 2017

NOTCHING

My people! ...my people.....!!
How are you? its the month of love and am sending out lots and lots of kisses to you, yes... you! if you follow me on facebook you would have seen the announcement i made about  my valentine gown. So am making a beautiful gown to mark that day because i can't allow all these love birds intimidate me with their red and white dresses left, right, front, back and side...lol...!

Wednesday, 1 February 2017

HOW TO SHAPE SHOULDER LINE OF CLOTHES

Happy new month........!
 Am glad January is over, i enjoyed myself and had a lot of rest from last year's stress although some folks didn't let January be oo *hands stretched forward* they just kept complaining... this month is too long, ah.... are we still in January? and am like ehen ehen we are in June*side eyes*.  it was a beautiful month for me am very optimistic for February admix the whole economic palaver. Moving over to our main concern for today which is the shoulder lines of our clothes.
    If you have observed your body properly you would have noticed that the angle from your neck to the joint point in your shoulder is slant i.e  in form of a descending stairs and this is attributed to the bone formation and its arrangement in the shoulders. When cutting, shaping, and sewing shoulder lines in a cloth you should observe the slant so as to give the cloth a perfect resting fit on the shoulders.


Sketch of a blouse to be cut. do you see the slant?.