Undo underarm seams and put on the shirt then take measurements to determine how big the gusset needed for insertion
Find a best matching fabric and colour
Cut the gussets and insert nicely
Jumpsuit restyle for resizable
Sometimes we buy clothes and never have a chance to wear them until occasion comes along then, found out that they no longer fit! No worry because we can certainly help you out!
Before the alteration done, this jumpsuit has a zip inserted at the centre back
We removed the zip. Made some loops and a long cord from a big waist tie that came with the jumpsuit
Did measurements carefully on both sides for loops to be inserted so that they balance well
Finished nicely and now you have no problem if you put on 3 kgs or lose 3 kgs!
Note: 2 short sleeve T-shirts re-styled into a long sleeve T-shirt as shown in the printed out papers.
1st pin the neckline, the bodice and underarms as required on a client.
Take measurements for the long sleeves. 2nd removed both T-shirt sleeves out.
Use one T-shirt's bodice fabric for the long sleeves. Re-shape a new neckline.
Sew up sleeves and attached to the bodice.
Finally, have a fitting on the client and alter any part that is not fit well.
Done when both parties are happy!
Dress Re-style As Pyjama
Draw up a pyjama (PJ) pattern or purchase one off the shelf. Undo out the dress where needed. Lay pattern on the fabric and cut as required. If the fabric is not big enough, join it and cut out all the pieces that needed for the PJ. Machines and iron as you go until done!
Note: think on your feet as you go from start to finish.