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SD BJD (i-Doll) female blouse by scargeear SD BJD (i-Doll) female blouse by scargeear
This is a basic pattern, you may invent your own clothes based on this one. Example: [link]
Please credit me if you use the pattern for sewing.
Usage rules and allowance info here: [link]
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NekoPrincess101 Featured By Owner Edited Oct 1, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Hello i'm a newbie at sewing, and I understand the patterns, but could you explain what pieces should be sewn to what? I'm sorry I don't know ;w;
Also doesn't say how many to cut of each
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scargeear Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2015  Professional Artisan Crafter
The best way for you IMHO is to find a guide on sewing a fullsize female blouse for humans (maybe a few guides) and to study it. I know there are a lot of good and thorough guides on the net, including the videos. After you'll learn the basics you should understand my pattern better. Good luck! :hug:
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NekoPrincess101 Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
I understand but I have no idea which parts attach to what :)
Or how many to cut, since you made it maybe you could input how many to cut?
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wolfynn1 Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2015
Hi Neko, 
I was just wandering around and saw your comment, I am new at sewing too - but I believe if you just think it through you will understand it. Print it out and cut everything out twice on scrap paper. Remember you need to turn everything inside out when you sew (so that the outside of the fabric will face each other while you sew) and you will see that you need two of every piece. Two fronts, two backs, because every shirt is basically two sides that match each other if that makes sense. Look at a blouse that you own - a button up - if you fold it in half, the back matches itself, the front matches it self....see? Hope this helps :) I have found that with my larger BJDs...American Doll patterns can be modded easily if you have some left over tissue from around the pieces of the pattern to draw on then trace out where you need to make adjustments....you can find easy tutorials online describing how darts work, and that helped me figure out by draping it over the doll how to shape and change the pattern as needed.


And sorry for answering your question scargeear, I imagine you are quite busy without helping every noob in the world learn how to sew ;) Thank you for the pattern!! 
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nana2boys Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2015
I have just gotten into BJD's so any patterns are great for me
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scargeear Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2015  Professional Artisan Crafter
Great, thank you!
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GGDoll Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2014
Thank you.  I do not really understand how to use the site
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scargeear Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
:hug:
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