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Seamly2D is a cross-platform patternmaking program which allows designers to create and model...

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Seamly2D Walkthrough - An introduction to SeamlyMe and adding your measurements

Seamly2D Walkthrough - An introduction to Seamly2D & Resources

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  • Free parametric bum bag pattern for your delectation
    You need Seamly. If you have never worked with it I can't recommend the walk-through by Minimalist Machinist enough. It taught me everything I know :). Source: 7 months ago
  • How to make patterns
    A free pattern software is Seamly (, so maybe that is something you can use? I have jet to try it myself, but I have heard nice things about it 😊. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Pattern find!
    If you have the instructions, you can create the pattern piece using a program like You can learn how to use the program from this Youtuber. Since you only have an image, you could use CoPA, the Commercial Pattern Archive, to find your pattern. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Welcome all to pattern making that you don't need paper or a giant table for!
    This is their official website: Source: over 1 year ago
    I use a drafting software like Seamly2D and I usually use standard sizes when I design the initial block. However, since I used parameters in the drafting software (like Side Length, Inseam Height, Knee Height, etc) it makes it easy to adjust for different values of those parameters. You just change what the variables mean and the block changes. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Way to digitize patterns?
    I saw Seamly2D (, does anyone have experience with that? Source: over 2 years ago
  • Anyone using FreeCAD for fashion/apparel/fabric design pattern creation?
    There are some open source pattern design programs. Most importantly Valentina and its fork, Seamly2D. When I tried them a couple of years ago they weren't quite there yet. Also I seem to remember there was some drama between the developers. Perhaps the situation has improved. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Is there a pattern app or software?
    Check out it is specifically designers for pattern creation. There are a few tutorial available. Source: over 2 years ago
  • myog software ideas
    I made an open source program called Seamly into an integral part of my work flow. The best part about it is that you can tie parts together via calls and make a pack with different measurements after the design is complete. I've been using it to generate all my patterns for my rolltop backpack and now my messenger bag. So, with my rolltop bags, I can adjust the height, width, depth, torso length, or any... Source: almost 3 years ago
  • Any recommendations for pattern drafting software?
    Https:// is the go to for open source, but personally I hated it. I found it way to cumbersome to edit patterns. I actually wrote my own software code as I was so frustrated, though that's not publicly available I'm afraid. Source: about 3 years ago

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