Taking & Submitting Your Own Measurments
- Time - Make sure you have enough time to take the most accurate measures. Do not rush the process or you may not get the best results in the end.
- Extra Hands - We strongly recommend not taking your measurements on your own. The best results are achieved by having someone available to help you out. A professional tailor or dressmaker is idea, but anyone who can read a tape mesure will work out fine.
- A tape measure - If you or your help doesn't own a tape measure, it's okay. They are really cheap and you can pick one up just about anywhere. We suggest checking stores like Walmart, Jo Ann's Fabrics, or Michael's. A basic 60" tape will get the job done, but if you need longer, most stores carry up to 120"
- Write down your measurements. You can copy and print our diagram and step-by-step image here and write the numbers by each category listed.
- Your measurements must be accurate. In order for the garment to be cut precisely correct you cannot leave out any of the required measurements on the diagram shown.
- The sooner you submit the findings the sooner we can start the creative process.
- If handwritten, make sure it's neat and legible. If it's typed, make sure to proofread your finding so no mistakes are submitted.
- Once you send us the measures you have taken it is final. We will double check your findings for you however before starting the cutting process.