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Preparing a try-on for first fitting

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Cutting and preparing the canvass

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11 am. What does it look like now?
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11 am. What does it look like now?

5 cm shorter.
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Preparing front dart
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Attaching side body
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Basting fronts onto the canvass
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Turning the front edge
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Basting the shoulder
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Under collar, melton and linen
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Basting the under collar
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You actually left the belt guard on your sewing machine?
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You actually left the belt guard on your sewing machine?

Why remove it? Please explain
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Same reason everybody else does, I'd guess. The belt isn't really dangerous and the guard gets in the way of turning the wheel by hand. I was just wondering if it was some kind of liability or local ordinance thing.
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Obviously there are at least 3 people working on this. Is one of them you? Could you do this by yourself?
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Prepping sleeves
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Basting sleeves
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Did this all happen in one day? Great thread, by the way. Keep them coming, Mr. Despos.
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It's 10 pm. Do you know where your tailor is?
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It's 10 pm. Do you know where your tailor is?

Out drinking?
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Stephen Pulvirent, who has a blog called Simply Refined, is starting a series on a suit Chris will make for him, if you guys want to keep an eye out for a companion piece to this thread.

Stephen has one of the nicer blogs, if you're into that. He ran a piece on Chris a few weeks back.
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