We have now 2 (3) other alterations.
I thtink we will do the front balance first. You see the bust line and the waist line going up at CF. Waist it is more noticeable.
You open your shoulder seam. You let out the front neck shoulder tip about 0.7 cm taper to nothing at SP at left side. You pin only close with 1 pin over the bust point. The CF of left side should fall level.
-If not, it can be that the BB is not big enough (because we did away fabric at the back). If this is the case you do like you did in the back only the other way round. Cut vertical and horizontal. You rotate it out. Look how much fabric is lacking at CF bust line. Connect to the hem enlarge the waist half of the amount you rotated out and the hem too.
-Or the 0.7 was not enough (which is not likely in my opinion) but maybe 1 cm is appropiate.
do the right side too.
Then I want you to look at your neck from back and left and right side (please, on new pics, because the neck has changed. Do not fear to clip through the stay stitching till you feel real relaxed.
Look at the indentations and where the neck goes into the body and how it runs.
In principle you can feel it gliding up and down with you fingers hold close together. What do you notice? Where should you alter?
And the last will be the right armhole form. Take a pic and draw a nice curve where you think your arm folds is running. Take your paper pattern and draft in what you have estimated. (look special at the lower part.I would cut it par example 0.5 cm deeper. But i can't see it).
Make yourself a armhole template, means, lay your pattern as you would sew them together at side seam and copy your new armhole on a paper sheet (add the s.a.) glue the dart close.
This you can pin to your shirt and recut the armhole. Keep the template. Here you can walk your sleeve later.
if we are finished I'll write a doctor thesis about oh my!
Edited by posaune, 16 June 2018 - 07:10 PM.