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Draft accurately-fitting basic blocks and sewing patterns at the touch of a button and learn the basics of pattern cutting with our video tutorials.
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PatternLab Dec 9
Create a or and customise it into hundreds of unique using our FREE tutorials and . Share it with our community by posting it to our Gallery using -
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PatternLab Dec 9
Replying to @samesk
You’ll need to test the toile first. Our stretch blocks are on the way, but we’ll be drafting them from scratch and not using the cut and slash method to reduce the blocks for stretch.
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PatternLab Dec 9
Replying to @samesk
Sorry Samuel, I’ve only just seen this. I would create the customer size in the Lab with 0cm seam allowance and then reduce in Ai by slashing the pattern horizontally and vertically.
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PatternLab Dec 8
You can now change your , & up to three times after purchasing your or , giving you way more flexibility when automatically your -
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PatternLab Dec 7
Learn how to set up a workspace in . Part 1 in a whole series of FREE digital tutorials. Transition from paper to digital today -
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PatternLab Dec 6
Use our standard to draft and instantly, without having to add your own , simply select the that is the closest match to your , and measurements -
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PatternLab Nov 29
Replying to @samesk
Hi Samuel. Your account is online so any computer you use to access it should have the same access. I would recommend hard refreshing your internet browser. Ctrl R on a Mac and Shift F5 on a Windows computer. Try this and let me know if it works.
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PatternLab Nov 29
Find out exactly what has changed in the Lab and how it affects you automatically your and - On the blog:
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PatternLab Nov 28
Learn digital in with our FREE online course and learn step-by-step how to transform your into hundreds of gorgeous and
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PatternLab Nov 27
Replying to @samesk
We will be releasing a full list of updates in the next day or two. Also, we are close to launching our new range of trouser blocks for testing. Please keep an eye on social :)
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PatternLab Nov 27
Replying to @samesk
The Lab now allows you to: Change your bust,waist and hip up to three times after purchase. We've also introduced % eases to support our new tutorials and we have added the library feature for registered users among other things...
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PatternLab Nov 27
Replying to @samesk
Hi Samuel. We have made some changes to the system. Although they might not be very obvious. We've added a batch of new tutorials, updated our pattern making course and added some new features to the Lab.
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PatternLab Nov 27
We are pleased to announce that is now back online with some great new functionality. Keep an eye out for updates about what has changed. Time to start your , & -
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PatternLab Nov 25
!!IMPORTANT MESSAGE!! PatternLab will be offline whilst we install some important updates. The site will be under maintenance from 9pm on the 26th until 6am on the 27th November. We apologise for any inconvenience this might cause.
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PatternLab Sep 15
Replying to @samesk
Not quite yet, we are still working on the blocks. I'm more than happy to manually draft the blocks using one of your existing profiles and send them to you via email? It would be good to see the results for your client.
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PatternLab Sep 13
Replying to @samesk
Not yet Sam. We have other priorities right now. If you mention which profile you’d like to use, I can manually draft the block for you.
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PatternLab Aug 30
Replying to @elegantthemes
We love you guys!
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PatternLab Aug 20
Replying to @JudyVerrall
Keep on it. It's a beautifully elegant platform for pattern cutting once you get the hang of the basic tools. I'm currently working on a few more tutorials for some classic dress styles. Keep an eye out!
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Judy Verrall Aug 19
Replying to @PatternLabLDN
Managed to spend a couple of hours on the site, looks great! Watched a number of the tutorials and now can't wait to get and start playing with the adobe illustrator program. Heres to the start of a beautiful friendship! 😘
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