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I'm making a jacket similar to this one but i need opinions on which way i should lay out my material. The function and aesthetics of if will be affected and i can't decide.
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>>1292327
if i do it the first way, the sleeves will be full length without having to sew on cuffs but it will also be a much shorter jacket.

if i do it the second way the sleeves will less aesthetic without the design and they will be short and have to have a cuff sewn on for length.


is it worth making the jacket short to make it look way better?
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>>1292326
Also, try over at >>>/cgl/ they do a lot of materials stuff like this. There may be a technique you're missing.
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>>1292363
10/10 answer
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>>1292329
Why don't you sew it like a normal person instead of trying to make it out of a single cut, the fit is going to have no aesthetics the way you're planning to cut it
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>>1292392
i think it turned out alright
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>>1292562
show pic of beard
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>>1292619
You look like an aspie
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>>1292562
Link to where you got the idea and instructions? Looks good.
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>>1292326
You look well versed in bird law. Do you have a rat stick?




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