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watching what my beacons marilla my

Caesars a measuring tape some office

beans and a magnet a piece of chalk and

of course my fabric so these are the

measurements I'm working with my hips is

40 plus one it allows on all on all the

piece making it six inches plus to each

side seam allowance touches 48 so 48

divided by 6 would give me 8 inches

which means each piece the width of each

piece should be 8 inches and on a float

that means 4 inches you see it while I

go ahead

so all I did here was I folded my fabric

into two and I took my schedule and

asked 28 so because this is a six misses

scared and the flood is going to start

from like half we the scatter half

length of the schedule husband what I

did was I measured 14 inches 14 inches

is the half length of the sketch so and

I did this across the entire length of

the fabric of the folded fabric


when I was done with that I used a ruler

to connect my markings to make sure it's

straight and precise

like I said the width of my sketch is is

going to be 8 inches for each piece and

you know in soon we caught on the food

so it's only four folded into 2 to get 8

inches means which means I'm Act four

inches so I took four inches on a food

along the entire length of the fabric

across the entire length of the fabric

four inches on the food across the

entire length of the fabric


this part is very important that's why I

always take my time to make sure the the

land across the fabric is equal if not

to give the skin a funny shape so with

my villa I collect go with my moolah I

connected the lines together my markings

together making sure that four inches

from the top of my fabric to the bottom

of my fabric when is opened up of course

it gives me eight inches

the from the hem is we were going to

create sort of does FLE extension for

the six pieces so from that point where

I marked my four inches I extended my

tip forward and I Mac eight inches for

the flood extension so from that point I

connected sort of connectivity code with

his son Ted Lange I connected the Flay

extension to the half length of my


so I'd restaurant slanted line sort of a

triangle to the half length of my skate

as the middle part of my skates to form

the fled a station this is like the

whole effect of the six pieces sketch

when I was done with that I simply got

true it's that simple there it's that


cut true as I was approaching the middle


I made sure it's that and good points at

in correctly

so this is the first piece and this is

the piece we'll be using to cut every

other piece all we just do from here is

fold your fabric lay the initial parts

you've coats this Diana folded into two

you're folding into four because we are

going to be cutting through two piece

two pieces at the time so I folded my

fabric is time into four I laid the

other piece of code on it and I just

traced sort of like I'm using a pate is

sort of I trust my measurements on the

other one and I cut I used it to cut so

that's just how you cut a six pieces

sketch this suspicious cat didn't have a

zip in the middle he's going to have the

zip by the sides but if you want to cut

the one go with the zip in the middle

all you do is like just like in normal

sketch you fold your zip allowance your

your zip allowances then you lay the

prototype raised in to trace out your

see species pattern and you just cut it

like that but this my sketch is not

having a zip in the middle I just say to

say this so you won't get confused so

I've got three pieces now


so I've got three pieces now and to get

the remaining pieces all I just do all I

just did was I repeated the whole

process all again I just used one of the

pieces here further the fabric into 2

into 3 depending on my fabric and the

fabric I had left then I just got true

so that's basically how you cut it 6

pieces scared once you get the first

piece right you use it as as it patterns

of cuts the rest