Making the ZipSeam More Flexible for Shirt Tailoring
In the continuous effort to improve the ZipSeam, I discovered an easy way to make the ZipSeam even more flexible, allowing you to tailor your baggy shirts seamlessly.
While wearing the ZipSeam, I noticed there would be a bit of creasing when I bent over. This was due to the double bridges connecting each segment of the ZipSeam and that only allowed 1 degree of freedom (only letting it pitch forwards and backwards but bent side to side). Cutting one of the bridges allows the ZipSeam full rotation akin to a real thread and makes the ZipSeam much less noticeable (both to others and yourself) when bending over.
If you have any tricks to using the ZipSeam, please shoot me a message! I’ll make it worth your while.