Video Tutorials

Hey Seamly gang,

Since it’s Lockdown Time again over here, I’m thinking of making a series of short video tutorials explaining Seamly features.

Now I was wondering which functions to feature, so I thought I could ask you guys if you’d be interested in a video on anything specific. Could be any feature in any level of the software, such as curves with reference points, copying pattern pieces, labeling pattern pieces,… Curious about your feedback!



Super idée. Personnellement je rencontre pas mal de problèmes avec les courbes donc une vidéo bien détaillée sur le sujet m’intéresserait.

Merci d’avance

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Hi there! It would be great some tutorials on themultisize feature and the applying on 2D patterns. I could never understand completely it´s use

I´ll be looking foward to see those videos :wink:

I hope it helps. Thanks in advance


Hi @crn

Yes, very good idea. IMO, curves are a very good place to start and also all the tools in the Operations section, like the move, group, flip, rotate tools.

:grin: I’d also like to see how you copy pattern pieces. Is this copying a collar from one pattern to another (for example)? or is it just creating 2 pattern pieces from 1?

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I did upload an explanation of how I use multisizes and why on my blog yesterday: if you’d like to have a look. It’s not really a tutorial, just how I use it & why.

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Just keep in mind that changes to app UI are likely to occur - at least for a little while longer - that may render a video somewhat outdated.

That being said… there will be lots of changes and new features that having new updated videos would be much welcomed.

Edit: I have the perfect video we really need… “Getting Started”. A new user in another topic asked how do they start making a pattern. That’s what’s really needed - a simple video that explains how to start a new pattern, the concept of the draft blocks, how to use some of the basic point tools, how to create a pattern piece, and how to create a layout from the pieces.

A second video could then introduce using formulas and measurements.