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TWO PIECE COLLAR TUTORIAL | KIM DAVE

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Hey DIY Fam, in this video I show how to make a two piece collar. This collar design is a popular feature of button-up shirts, jackets, jumpsuits, dresses and more.
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The 3cm button stand in the collar stand has to be the same width with the skirt placket. Meaning if your placket is 4cm, your button stand has to be 4cm as well. The placket is the panel along the front of a skirt on which the buttons and button holes are placed.

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Video shot with Panasonic GH3, 15mm & 25mm lenses

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