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FIT FOR REAL PEOPLE 2ND EDITION: Sew Great Clothes Using ANY Pattern (Sewing for Real People) Paperback – 1 Sep 2006
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"This is the most practical and complete book on fitting the body." --Clotilde
-This is the most practical and complete book on fitting the body.- --Clotilde
About the Author
Pati Palmer is the CEO of Palmer/Pletsch Publishing and a designer and consultant for the McCall Pattern Company. She is the coauthor of Creative Serging, Pants for Real People, and Sewing with Sergers. Marta Alto is a teacher, writer, and researcher at Palmer/Pletsch and the coauthor of Pants for Real People, The Serger Idea Book, and Sewing Ultrasuede. They live in Portland, Oregon.
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Well, it would be if I had someone to help me. The assistance of a second person is absolutely essential to this fitting method unless you are double-jointed with extra-long arms, eyes in the back of your head and can pin tissue without pinning yourself or moving your body - and hence the tissue - as you bend and twist to do so.
I don't think it's made clear enough that this fitting method is - at least in the beginning - essentially a two-person process. The book is nice enough, the system appears well-thought-out and clearly explained, and I'm hoping to book on a course early next year, so I'm keeping the book - but sadly it is a waste of money if you think this book will enable you to fit clothes to yourself, by yourself, all alone. There are other methods to do this such as obtaining a 'sloper' or block, which seem to me to be far better and more versatile for the person working single-handed.