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Subject: Try moving up the widest part of the dart on the back bodice. If there isn't enough room below the widest part of the dart the fabric can't settled onto the hip, but bunches up instead. I highly reccomend picking up "Fitting Finesse" (or any fitting book by Nancy Zieman), it's full of clear and useful fitting advise.


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Date Posted: Thursday, November 21, 07:50:21am
In reply to: DM 's message, "advice on back of bodice - almost every time I make a dress the back bodice is left in a bump - sometimes a huge one - it's like the bodice is too long - but if I take the extra material away the whole back of the dress comes up short - can anyone help? This is becoming a nightmare, really because I don't know what I'm doing wrong." on Thursday, November 21, 05:11:33am


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Many dresses are received new this way. First check how it hangs when it is unzipped. Usually the problem is that it is too tight at the hip area and rides up. Usually letting this area out solves the problem. ThenMy ThoughtsThursday, November 21, 12:01:25pm

    This always happens to my dd because she has an ample butt and a deep curve in her lower back. (NT)letting out hips helps!Friday, November 22, 09:08:03pm


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