Actually i don’t care which pattern style…any done in valtenina would help me to understand what kind of function to use for some steps. Since english is not my mother tongue and most function are only explained in english I struggle at some points to proceed.
What is your native language? I plan to work on a tutorial for a skirt, I wanted to do that in English and German. I am about halfway through the English one, I only wanted to finish my shirt first.
If it is of any help for you, I could bring forward the German skirt.
Btw, English is not my native language, too You write very well.
You could also ask questions here in the forum if it is the function in Seamly2D/Valentina that makes you struggle; I can not construct a bra but there are a lot of functions that are used in like every construction of a pattern
GERMAN!!! ohhhh yes please…
i only drafted bra pattern on paper…im a bra maker… i can handle that easily…drafting digitally is new to me and therefore i lack basic knowledge and on top of that i sometimes do not understand correctly the some tool function…only explained in english doesn’t help me much…so i hope to be able to copy some knowledge from a ready existing pattern…
so your work in german could help most probably already to find my way around… Thanks Moniaqua
Na dann… dann werd ich mich doch mal bequemen müssen, die Oberfläche auf Deutsch umzustellen, oder nutzt Du die Englische?
Ok, I guess I’ll have to work with the German GUI than unless you are using the English one.
Hmm, I just notice - that manual, https://static.miraheze.org/seamlywiki/8/86/Valentina_EBOOK-8-24-17.pdf -
is it available in a different language than English? If not, is it possible to get the text in a form that it can be edited?
Hi, What method did you use to draft your bra pattern on paper? Kristina Shin, Beverly johnson, müller und sohn, Ann Haggar, esmod, something else or your own? There are so many different ways, it helps to know what you are familiar with.
I did a tutorial on how to draft an underwire bra
Here are the files, if they will help you. I haven’t printed or tested the pattern in any way.
Basic Underwire Bra.val (31.2 KB)
Bra.vit (1.4 KB)
I used the instruction on this site: http://web.archive.org/web/20130115080343/http://www.patternschool.com/?page_id=230
I hope this helps
@Grace provided me the manual; I’ll do a translate asap and will then keep on working on my tutorial for the skirt. I think that’s at the moment probably the most helpful for you.
@Grace wrote the Valentina ebook and probably has it in a format other than pdf
Thank you @kmf, yes, she gave me the editable file and I am working hard on translating
Грейс не могли бы Вы к шаблонам бюстгальтера добавить файл мерок для бра
Hi @Natalibax I did add both files above:
Google Translate PDF… you should be able to find a way/site to translate this pdf to German.
Thank you, Douglas, I know google translate and so on It is not for me; I can deal with the English text, too. It is just to broaden the base of people who can use the program and because it was asked for and I do not trust those translators like babelfish or so too much (although my husband says dl would be really good…). Besides, I am learning a lot about Seamly2D on translating the manual
There are also sites that will translate the document and keep the format and everything, but the document is a bit large for the ‘Free’ version
They work pretty well, but the document will still need to be very carefully read through because some of the words don’t translate very well.
I’m very grateful that @moniaqua is taking the time to translate it for us
i used kristina shin
ohhh lovely…ll check this out…that my be exactly what im looking for…kisses!!!
wow…das ist aber sehr sehr lieb von dir …danke
ich arbeite mir der deutschen Oberfläche…
now the next question arises…how to convert your bra pattern into 5. 0 version? i can’t open the ones you posted…