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Pattern Stringcodes is a company that provides 'block' patterns for the fashion industry. They have a nifty FREE DOWNLOAD for a "pattern-making calculator" that can be used by anyone who sews! http://pattern.stringcodes.com/main_soft.html

Among other things, you can use this calculator to create a circle skirt, half-circle skirt, or use it to create a flounce: Type in an inner circle measurement (like waist or wrist), click on the icon for full circle, half circle, quarter circle, etc....and there it is, the radius you need to make a circle skirt that fits the input waist measurement, or flounce to fit the input wrist measurement. The calculator shows results in imperial fractions and decimal at the same time, and will convert inches to decimals.

Click the title of this post (or link) to check out the details of this nifty free calculator, view a screenshot, and download.


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Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is cool. Thank-you for the link.

12:16 PM  
Blogger Veracity said...

Hi Pamela,
just thought I'd drop by! *waves*
Despite being a lover of clothes and fashion, I am ashamedly clueless when it comes to the work that goes behind making them!... ;)

6:51 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is great to watch someone like you at work. It makes me think we are sisters. - you the good one me the unnusual

2:11 PM  
Blogger Pam Erny said...

Hmmm...my real sister thinks i am very unusual...LOL!

2:37 PM  
Blogger Hey Viv ! said...

Thanks for this link. It's so useful - I just tweeted it. Circle skirts can be tricky to make. It's nice to get some help.

11:19 AM  

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