Re: -----GENERAL GARMENT-MAKING STRATEGIES (no particular type of garment)-----
Just a quick note to those of you in the know about a way to improve the fit of the arms on my garments.
The pattern has been generated from careful measurements from the shoulder to the wrist to insure that the circumference is correct all along the arm. The fit is what you might call exact and not tight.
The problem I am encountering is one of wrinkles and general buckling in places. I may have the arms a shade too long resulting in the wrist moving up adding to the problem.
My question is this:
What methods have you found that produces a ultra smooth wrinkle free arm without being so tight that you loose the feeling in your hands?
Am I being too precise in making the arms anatomically shaped or would a simple tube give a better result (letting the Latex stretch as required in all the places that require that)?
STEFFY :ca: Rubber Doll and latex fashion lover