Beginner | 4 min
Taught by Heather Ross
Anyone who has sewed with commercial patterns or patterns “nested” in the back of a sewing book knows that once you cut out your size, it’s almost impossible to use the remaining patterns again. But not if you use this quick and easy method for transferring a pattern. Heather shows you how to make short work of the previously labor-intensive process of cutting your paper pattern, pinning it to your fabric and transferring the markings.

What you will learn:
— Choosing transfer paper
— Using a tracing tool to transfer pattern to fabric
Chapters
Introduction
00:21
Pattern Transfer
04:37
Materials
Here’s what you’ll need:
  • Materials: carbon transfer paper
  • chalk transfer paper
  • tracing wheel
  • disappearing ink pen Optional: bean bag weights
Discussion
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Transcript
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