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The Question: WHAT'S THE POINT?

The Answer: One of the most frustrating aspects of constructing a collar.

The white collar point shown here has a very narrow point. A collar with a such a sharp angle can be very challenging.

This is my "Shirtmaker's Formula" for achieving a crisp sharp point with no lumps or bumps:

A Good Pattern + Plenty of Practice + Good Interfacing = A Professional Collar every time!

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Blogger jan said...

wiil be reading in depth,need to make philip some shirts after my nerve cutting surgery next week

10:16 AM  
Blogger Moonwishes said...

Thanks for the explanation!

7:17 AM  

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