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  1. #1
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    Feb 2009
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    Default Unitard catsuit pattern online?


    Does anyone have a link to a full body catsuit unitard pattern online in .DXF, AutoCAD or .PDF or any other format?

    Thank you!

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    Jul 2012
    UK England (Midlands)

    Default Re: Unitard catsuit pattern online?

    http://www.habithat.co.uk/product_in...ducts_id/11658 - I've used this one for stretch fabrics before but could, with a bit of tinkering, be used for latex.

    If you're up for a challenge have a look at patternschool.com - nothing beats being able to make patterns designed for your own body shape. Well, lots of stuff beats being able to make patterns but it's still pretty funky...

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    Default Re: Unitard catsuit pattern online?

    I have a sleeved Catsuit (footless) paper pattern designed for lycra that, like the Habitat one Stuffed mentions, needs sizing adjustment for latex. It's already been round quite a few crafters here on Rubberist.net, I send it to them and they return it intact after tracing off a copy for themselves. It's handy for an intro to pattern design if you havent used a paper pattern or modified one before. If anyone wants to take advantage of the offer just holler. All I ask is you cover the postage (donate it to Rubberist.net) and return it in good condition.

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