The Myth of “True to Size”March 23, 2017 / byMelissa Mora / Categories : Feeds
A few weeks ago, I was a guest on That Sewing Blab, and an interesting question came up about patterns being “true to size”. We discussed why that question is one of my pet peeves, and you can watch the replay of that episode by signing in at the link above (which is free), but Read the Rest...
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