MyBodyModel
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AN OUTLINE OF YOUR BODY

With MyBodyModel you can get your own personalized fashion sketch templates, made to your measurements. So you can draw your wardrobe ideas on an outline of your own body- And see how a garment will look, before you invest in making it.

MyBodyModel is a website-based app. You can use it on your phone, tablet, or computer, including iOS and Android devices.
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Here's how it works

  1. Take your measurements
  2. Enter your measurements in the website
  3. See a FREE preview of your body model
  4. Fine tune with optional adjustments
  5. Purchase your download package
  6. Start sketching!

Printable & Digital Fashion Croquis Fashion Templates

DRAW ON PAPER OR DIGITALLY (OR BOTH!)

Our downloadable fashion drawing templates are so versatile that you can use them anywhere. 

  • Choose from several printable fashion sketch page formats for drawing on paper.
  • Download your personal croquis sketchbook as a PDF or JPEG image file for digital sketching.
MyBodyModel printable and digital formats featuring sketch by Sierra Burrell

Digital sketch by Sierra Burrell @sierraburrell

Printable Project Planner

INCLUDED IN EVERY DOWNLOAD PACKAGE

Every download package includes a printable PDF Project Planner with more than 10 page formats and options. This printable fashion sketchbook features your own body model, including front & back views. Click here for a short video tour of all the pages. To see a full list of what’s included, see the Table of Contents. Have fun experimenting with the different templates, and see which ones are your favorites. 

NEW! Basic and Premium printable download options are available.

MyBodyModel hand on hip fashion templates 9

Sketch pages by Raylene Harvey @scarletstitchonline

Use for For Digital Fashion Illustration

WITH YOUR FAVORITE DRAWING APP

Every fashion croquis download package includes JPEG image files of your body model, including front and back views. Import your body model into your favorite illustration app to sketch digitally. Or, import into your favorite design software to create your own printable layouts.

NEW! Choose the Premium download option to get your body model in two different poses. 

Works With These Apps & More

  • Adobe Fresco
  • Sketch Club
  • Procreate

Digital sketches by Kayanna Nelson @stitchtogetherstudio

Learn about our pricing system

Discounted Credit packs are available

What People Are Saying

Martha, Sewing Instagrammer
Martha, Sewing Instagrammer@GariChild
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“I LOVE IT! Once I get started on drawing, its like I can't stop. It fuels my creativeness to another level. Lets me explore my ideas on paper and just gets me thinking on what I want to sew, how I can style it, and changes I can make to reflect me and my personality."
Mindy, Cosplayer and Seamstress
Mindy, Cosplayer and SeamstressThe Geeky Seamstress
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“I loved my custom croquis from MyBodyModel! It actually looked like my overall silhouette and was super simple to use. The custom templates will be a great resource for any maker looking to visualize their designs on paper before turning them into reality. Whether cosplayers are looking to make armor, fabric-based designs, or both, being able to sketch out the design and figure out the proportions of their designs in the research phase will be a huge time-saver!"
Megan, Sewing Blogger
Megan, Sewing BloggerSomeday Sewing
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“There are a lot of patterns that come in plus sizes but are never shown on plus size bodies. Sometimes it can be quite hard to determine whether or not you would like a pattern until you have made it and got it on. I was really excited to be able to see an outfit on myself ahead of the make and be able to give some thought to potential alterations before the garment is even cut out!"
Erin Weisbart, Sewing Pattern Designer
Erin Weisbart, Sewing Pattern DesignerTuesday Stitches
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“Our bodies come in all sorts of beautiful shapes and sizes so our croquis should too!"
Kim McBrien Evans, Knitting Pattern Designer
Kim McBrien Evans, Knitting Pattern DesignerIndigodragonfly
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"Will this shape sweater look good on me? Should I go for a v neck or a crew neck? Long sleeves or short? Sketch it over your body double and know exactly how to tweak the pattern.”
Brittany J. Jones, Sewing Blogger
Brittany J. Jones, Sewing BloggerBrittany J. Jones
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“I think my custom croquis is fabulous! It looks just like me! I’m very curvy so finding a croquis that looked like me was hard to come by. MyBodyModel solved that problem and I now look forward to project planning my upcoming makes."
Meg, Sewing Blogger
Meg, Sewing BloggerCookin' and Craftin'
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“I think my custom croquis turned about pretty spot-on! I definitely recognize my shape immediately in the rendering - it feels so familiar!”
Chuleenan, Sewing Blogger
Chuleenan, Sewing BloggerC Sews
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“My custom croquis makes it easy to see how certain garments will look on my body. It also helps confirm why I avoid certain styles. No gathered waists! I usually visualize garments in my head and being able to put my ideas down on paper on a custom croquis will make my garment planning closer to becoming a reality.”
Andie W., Sewing Blogger
Andie W., Sewing BloggerSew Pretty in Pink
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“I love my croquis from MyBodyModel! They look more me than any croquis out there and that means that I can do some sketching and envision how a pattern would really look on my body type before I make a muslin.”
Leah B. Thibault, Knitting Pattern Designer
Leah B. Thibault, Knitting Pattern DesignerMs. Cleaver Creations
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"Makers have a diverse range of bodies and it's wonderful to finally have a design tool to help reflect that!"
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...What’s your favorite MyBodyModel fashion template?

  • "3 models per page is my favorite because I am trying to include different styling for my makes." - Martha A. @garichild
  • "It depends on what I'm drawing. I like the single model when I already have a specific idea and want to get a good view or draw details. I like the 3 per page if I have a general idea but want to try out a couple variations. This way I can see them all side by side." Abigail (Abby) Martinez @fiercely_petite
  • "I love the 8 and 12 model pages because they allow me to sketch out ‘the big picture.’ I like to plan my sewing queue one season at a time, creating a mood board with swatches and sketches of what I want to make. It helps me stay focused, and it makes for an overall more cohesive wardrobe." - Whitney Franklin @whitneygetsdressed
  • "My favourite layouts are the single project planner with categories and both front and back for planning out design changes for a single project, the nine models per page for my #makenine plans plus wardrobe planning, four models per page with the back and front for some mini-wardrobe plans, and three models per page for one pattern 3 looks." - Andie @sewprettyinpink
  • "I really like the 3 models per page format. It’s just the right number to play around with ideas. For example, you could sketch out how a particular pattern looks in different fabrics or put together different ensembles. I also like the body model format with the front and back view on the same page, as well as the single figure options - especially the one with the section where you can fill out your project info, listing everything from pattern and fabric to modifications." - Chuleenan Svetvilas @csews
Kari @karimadethis used her 9-models page layout and watercolor paints to illustrate her #makenine projects for the year.

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