The basic short sleeve pattern piece that came with the pattern you purchased can be used as the basis for a variety of additional sleeve styles. In fact, there is really no limit to the number of styles that can be made from this one basic pattern. One good fitting blouse sewing pattern or dress sewing pattern can be made into DOZENS of new styles quickly and easily.
Step-by-step instructions to make ten different sleeve styles from any basic blouse or dress sewing pattern sleeve pattern from a pattern you have. Learn how to change the sleeve style on patterns you already own – basic short sleeve with gathers at the shoulder, bell sleeve, gathered bell sleeve, short “puff” sleeve, full gathered “puff” sleeve, scallop trim sleeve, long slim sleeve with gathers at the shoulder, long sleeve gathered at the shoulder and wrist, long sleeve gathered at the wrist, and raglan sleeves. Save a ton of money by changing up patterns you already own instead of buying more!
Using this class you will use the sleeve pattern that comes with YOUR pattern — the illustrated instructions in the class show you how to change your sleeve pattern into the 10 new sleeve styles. By changing the sleeve pattern that came with your pattern (McCalls, Simplicity, Vogue or whatever brand) you will have new styles and they will all fit perfectly into the sleeve on the pattern.
This how to make new sleeve styles pattern makeover class can help you make a closet full of different style garments by using just ONE basic blouse or dress pattern.
Simply DOWNLOAD, PRINT and SEW! EASY to follow instructions. Basic sewing skills required.
Combine this sleeve pattern makeover class with the neckline makeover class and the collar makeover class and you’ll NEVER have to buy another pattern again, and never have 2 clothing garments the same in your closet! AND, by the way, you won’t have to worry about the new clothes fitting because you’re using the one basic blouse or dress pattern that you know already fits right!