CALLING ON HOME SEWERS TO HELP HEALTHCARE WORKERS FIGHTING COVID-19
The lack of proper masks, gowns, and eyewear equipment is making it difficult for health workers to do their work fighting the novel coronavirus. In a recent New York Times article, medical workers said they were worried about how they can both fight the coronavirus without imperiling themselves, as well as their loved ones when they go back home.
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0.25” is already optimistic. I don’t think there’s any way PC’s modeling of fabric shrinkage is this precise. Sewing is also imprecise. When I order two shirts with the same dimensions, they’ll differ by more than .25” in a few places.]
they are currenty at .25 increments.....and I find that is too large.
good idea or bad idea @Seph :
making a washed denim shirt for my wife
she's got a perfect old j.crew washed chambray popover that's shredding basically at this point but nobody makes one as good these days: the indigo color is different/not to her preference, the details are lame/pedestrian, or it's a full button up (she prefers a popover style). her old one isn't cut with chest darts like some women's shirts so i'm wondering if i can just spec it out like a really small man's shirt, throw on the smallest collar points you've got and call it a day. thoughts?
Appreciate the heads up!