Longdress dengan rok kembang

 Longdress dengan rok kembang

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 Longdress dengan rok kembang

cara membuat rok payung - Masih dengan tema yang hampir sama dengan baju lebaranku kemarin (maaf, baju lebarannya belum diposting karena belum sempat ambil gambarnya), kali ini aku meng-upload longdress buatanku dengan rok model kembang untuk bagian bawahnya (dari dulu ngeces banget pengin bikin model begini). Ternyata oh ternyata… bikin rok model kembang itu ada triknya, ya… susah-susah gampang dan aku harus membuang bahan 1 x 1 meter karena salah potong bahan!!!

it’s okay!

itu adalah harga yang harus dibayar untuk sebuah pelajaran berharga dalam membuat baju kali ini.
longdress dengan rok model kembang

longdress dengan rok model kembang



kalau kita mau membuat rok dengan model kembang/setengah lingkaran, maka hal yang harus diperhatikan adalah arah serat bahan (kain) itu jatuhnya kemana, nah dari sanalah kita bisa memutuskan untuk meletakkan pola di atas kain yang kita kehendaki. (sok tau-nya diriku…)

akhirnya dengan kejadian salah potong itu, aku memutuskan untuk membuat rok yang sama persis dengan rok setengah lingkaran yang dijahitkan oleh penjahit langganan ibuku (rok itu adalah rok gaun pernikahanku). tanpa membuat pola alias langsung memakai rok pernikahanku sebagai polanya, aku mengukur dan menggunting bahan.
rok kuning berbahan satin adalah rok yang kugunakan saat akad nikah dan resepsi pernikahanku

rok kuning berbahan satin adalah rok yang kugunakan saat akad nikah dan resepsi pernikahanku
rok kuning berbahan satin adalah rok yang kugunakan saat akad nikah dan resepsi pernikahanku
setelah digunting, ternyata kependekan, ukurannya kurang 5 cm. hm….

sementara untuk pola bagian atas, aku tetap memakai pola yang kubuat, kali ini aku menggunakan coupnaad depan (tanpa coupnaad samping) untuk pola bagian depan dan menggunakan coupnaad belakang pada pola bagian belakang. resleting yang kugunakan kali ini adalah resleting Jepang (harus latihan nih untuk pasang resleting jepang, kayaknya ada trik khusus juga biar tampak rapi).



Pola bagian atas
Pola bagian atas

berikut ini gambar kain bagian depan yang telah dijahit atas dan bawahnya.

bagian depan

 bagian depan

Dan…

inilah hasilnya:
design beserta baju-nya

design beserta baju-nya



belum pernah dipakai karena belum finishing bagian bawahnya. Ingin membeli manekin agar bisa terlihat “lebih hidup” baju hasil jahitanku. kemarin sempat cek, kalo yang terbuat dari busa harganya 250 rb (wah… harus mengajukan proposal lagi nih sama Kanda)

Dengan adanya informasi yang kami sajikan tentang cara membuat rok payung

, harapan kami semoga anda dapat terbantu dan menjadi sebuah rujukan anda. Atau juga anda bisa melihat referensi lain kami juga yang lain dimana tidak kalah bagusnya tentang Paket Kursus

. Sekian dan kami ucapkan terima kasih atas kunjungannya.
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Scissors selection guide

 Scissors selection guide

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 Scissors selection guide

the way the fabric scissors - Learn how to choose the best scissors for your project and materials, whether you’re creating a card, sewing curtains, helping with schoolwork or tackling your to-do list.

Cutting fabric only

RazorEdge™ Fabric Shears come in a variety of styles and feature remarkably sharp blades designed specifically for cutting fabric.

Cutting paper, fabric & more

Mixed media scissors are designed for cutting tasks of all sizes and a wide variety of materials, including paper, fabric, cardstock and more.

Tabletop cutting

RazorEdge™ Fabric Shears for Tabletop Cutting feature a unique handle that allows fabric to lay flat while cutting for more precision and fewer mistakes.

Amplify® RazorEdge™ Fabric Shears (8")
$29.99

RazorEdge™ Fabric Shears (8")
$21.99

RazorEdge™ Fabric Shears for Tabletop Cutting (8")
$24.99

Paper & fabric scissors

From the orange-handled original to designs with Micro-Tip® and non-stick blades, our robust collection of mixed media scissors is ideal for cutting paper, cardstock, fabric, tape and so much more.
 
Amplify® Mixed Media Shears (8")
$29.99

The Original Orange-Handled Scissors™ (8")
$16.99

Non-stick Scissors (8")
$19.99

Premier No.8 Easy Action Bent Scissors
$22.99
Amplify® Shears
 Amplify® Shears

It’s easier than ever before to cut heavy-duty materials like cardboard, leather, upholstery, rope and vinyl with premium Amplify® Shears. Each powerful pair features a unique torsion bar that prevents blade separation for clean, effortless cuts through thick and tricky materials.

Explore different Amplify® sizes and blade styles to find the tool that’s best for you.

Designs for detail cutting

Our diverse selection of detail scissors helps you make intricate cuts on fabric, paper and more. Sewers appreciate how the powerful and precise RazorEdge™ Micro-Tip® Easy Action™ Shears make clean, exact cuts through fabric with less effort. Crafters love how Micro-Tip® and Detail Scissors feature compact builds that make it possible to cut even more intricate patterns.

Plus, look for smart upgrades like non-stick blades for cutting sticky stuff, Softgrip® touchpoints for enhanced comfort and curved blades for making cuts perfectly flush with your materials.

RazorEdge™ Micro-Tip® Easy Action™ Shears (6")
$17.19

RazorEdge™ Softgrip® Fabric Shears (5")
$18.99

Micro-Tip® Scissors (No. 5)
$14.00

Non-stick Detail Scissors (No. 5)
$15.29
More making, less aching

Easy Action™ scissors are so easy to use, they’ve earned the Arthritis Foundation Ease-of-Use Commendation. The ideal choice for people who struggle with soreness or hand fatigue, their unique spring-action design automatically opens the blades after each cut, greatly reducing the effort needed for every slice. This ingenious technology is paired with our legendary comfort and cutting performance for a collection of scissors that makes it easier for you to do what you love.

RazorEdge™ Micro-Tip® Easy Action™ Shears (6")
$17.19

Easy Action™ Pinking Shears (10.5")
$46.99

Premier No.8 Easy Action Bent Scissors
$22.99

RazorEdge™ Easy Action™ Fabric Shears for Tabletop Cutting (8")
$37.99
No more lifting!

Our revolutionary collection of fabric shears for tabletop cutting features designs with special elevated handles that reduce fabric lift while cutting for improved precision. Available in a variety of sizes and styles, each pair of premium tabletop shears features ultra-sharp, stainless-steel RazorEdge™ blades for fast and clean fabric cutting.

In addition to reducing mistakes and improving accuracy, select shears offer bonus features like a built-in seam ripper, a spring-powered design and comfortable Softgrip® touchpoints.

RazorEdge™ Fabric Shears/Seam Ripper for Tabletop Cutting (5")
$17.99

RazorEdge™ Fabric Shears for Tabletop Cutting (8")
$24.99

RazorEdge™ Fabric Shears for Tabletop Cutting (9")
$29.99
Reduce fabric fraying

Pinking shears feature ergonomically sculpted handles and premium blades for easier fabric edge finishing. In addition, each pair features high-grade, stainless-steel blades with a precision-ground edge that stays sharp longer and cuts all the way to the tip. For unbeatable comfort, select a design with cushy Softgrip® touchpoints and a spring-powered design, such as the Easy Action™ Pinking Shears, which automatically open to help reduce hand fatigue.

Looking for a dash of style? Explore high-quality designs in a range of contemporary colors for a tool that’s both functional and fun.

Pinking Shears (9")
$32.49

Softgrip® Pinking Shears (8")
$38.79

Fashion Pinking Shears (8")

Easy Action™ Pinking Shears (10.5")
$46.99
Outsmart stickiness

Non-stick scissors make it possible to work with a wide variety of sticky materials without worrying about blade jamming or gumming. The high-grade, precision-ground, stainless-steel blades you’ve come to rely on are upgraded with a non-stick blade coating for even easier cutting.

Glide through duct tape, glue, stickers and more with a range of non-stick scissors designed for long cuts, fine details and everything in between.

Non-stick Detail Scissors (No. 5)
$15.29

Non-stick Scissors (8")
$19.99

Non-stick Titanium Softgrip® Scissors (8")
$23.79

Duck® Edition Scissors (8")

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Doll Up Barbie With These 10 DIY Barbie Doll Clothes Ideas

Doll Up Barbie With These 10 DIY Barbie Doll Clothes Ideas

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Doll Up Barbie With These 10 DIY Barbie Doll Clothes Ideas


How to make barbie clothes - Children’s toy fads come and go, but Barbie never seems to show her age. The famous doll with the famously unrealistic figure has seen every fashion from bellbottoms to hot pants to leg warmers since she first hit toy store shelves in 1959. And DIYers have been crafting their own unique looks for her for almost as long.

If you’re looking for a pint-sized fashion project, give your Barbie a little taste of your own style. There’s a whole DIY Barbie world just waiting to be explored.  With a little ingenuity and patience, you can dream up a unique look that’s perfect for the dream house.

Here are 10 projects we love:

PERFECT PINT-SIZED PURSE


(Credit: Kidskubby.com)

It’s common knowledge that Barbie is always impeccably dressed, but lest we forget the accessories.  It’s easy to craft a new purse for Barbie out of an old travel size container (how many of those do we have lying around from hotel stays?).

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Just snip the bottom off the container, cover in a fun patterned Duct Tape of your Barbie’s choice, punch a hole with a standard office hole punch, and finish with fashionable ribbon shoulder strap.

BEADED BEAUTY



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One of the easiest ways to add a little bling to your Barbie is by making your own jewelry.  String together beads on elastic thread for a quick and easy necklace.

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Embellish with charms and various colors and styles of beads.  You can use the same technique for bracelets, too.  And don’t forget to craft yourself a human-sized one when you’re done.

HAUTE COUTURE


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Maybe your Barbie needs a little runway pizzazz?  Why not give her a designer hat?  Embellish an existing Barbie hat with miniature faux flowers, feathers, a small veil, or a piece of ribbon.  All are easily attached with hot glue.  Or, if you’re feeling ambitious, craft a hat out of spare fabric or even an old K-cup coffee cartridge.  Your Barbie will be ready for the Paris catwalks in no time.

HOME EC CLASS



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If you’re a whiz with a sewing machine, it’s amazingly inexpensive to craft your own Barbie clothes.  Since you need so little fabric, it’s easy to use the discards from other projects.  Sewing on such a small scale is a bit fiddly, so be sure to have extra patience and always pin diligently before sewing (it’ll help in the long run!).  By placing the fabric inside out on your Barbie first, you can pin darts where you’ll need them.  Then, take the fabric off your “fit model” and sew it on the machine.

TEA PARTY



(Credit: Sudene)

Don’t forget that Barbie needs to eat just as much as we do!  With this clever project for petite plates, you can make a place setting for Barbie and all of her friends.  Ever wonder what to do with those little blue plastic pieces that are wedged inside of your soda bottle cap?  Use them as a base for Barbie plates.  Attach colored or patterned paper to them with Mod Podge and allow to set for 24 hours and your Barbie is ready for a dinner party.

ORGANIZATION IS KEY


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Don’t forget to hang up all those beautiful handmade Barbie clothes you’ve crafted.  With a few twists of a colored paper clip, you’ll have enough hangers to organize Barbie’s very own closet.

SMART IS SEXY



(Credit: Zakkalife)

This clever magazine rack for miniatures is nothing more than an old razor cartridge container.

BEAUTY SLEEP


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Barbie knows more than anyone the importance of getting her beauty sleep!  Find a small rectangular basket and cover with a coat of white paint.  Then, embellish with a headboard made out of wire garden trim.  Make a mattress with ½-inch thick foam and cover with bedding of your liking.   Your Barbie will sleep like the queen that she is!

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Orchid Floral Embroidered Tablecloth by Violet Linen

Orchid Floral Embroidered Tablecloth by Violet Linen

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Orchid Floral Embroidered Tablecloth by Violet Linen

Flower embroidery made tablecloths - Information

Features

    Material: 45% Polyester and 55% Cotton
    Dress up dinner or any meal with this appealing tablecloth
    Kitchen accessory combines the soft, visual appeal of cotton with the durability of polyester
    Elegant embroidered designed in pink flowers patterns
    Machine washable
    Orchid Pink Floral Embroidered Design collection

Product Details

    Material: Polyester; Cotton blend

    Pattern: Floral; Texture/Embroidery

    Shape (108" W x 72" D Size, 126" W x 72" D Size, 72" W x 54" D Size, 90" W x 72" D Size): Rectangular
    Shape (72" W Round Size): Round

    Recommended Wash Type: Machine washable


Specifications

Weights & Dimensions

72" W x 54" D Size

    Overall: 72" W x 54" L

72" W Round Size

    Overall: 72" W x 72" L

90" W x 72" D Size

    Overall: 90" W x 72" L

108" W x 72" D Size

    Overall: 108" W x 72" L

126" W x 72" D Size

    Overall: 126" W x 72" L

Features
Material: Polyester; Cotton blend     Pattern: Floral; Texture/Embroidery
Shape (72" W Round Size): Round     Shape (108" W x 72" D, 126" W x 72" D, 72" W x 54" D, 90" W x 72" D Size): Rectangular
Recommended Wash Type: Machine washable     Set Size: 1
Product Type: Tablecloth     Number of Items Included: 1
Country of Manufacture: China    

About the Manufacturer
Violet Linen is a manufacturer of classic textiles for your home. They have been in business for well over 10 years and are based out of New York.

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The 10 Best Spring Trends From New York Fashion Week

 The 10 Best Spring Trends From New York Fashion Week

 The 10 Best Spring Trends From New York Fashion Week


shirt blouse 2016 - by Perrie Samotin 

As always, the end of New York Fashion Week brings with it the inevitable forecasting of next season’s trends, and while it’s still too early to tell which styles the masses will take to, we’ve highlighted 10 particularly strong recurring Spring 2016 looks that emerged with a vengeance from the week’s fashion spectacle.





From left: Altuzarra, BCBG, Raquel Allegra (Photos: Imaxtree)
Ton Sai Chic

For spring, designers clearly were inspired by the ultimate beach bum. If we can’t actually quit our corporate gigs to bartend in Bali or make jewelry in Maui, we’ll at least look like we did next season, thanks to the amount of  batik, tie-dye, Baha pullovers, bucket hats, and loose linen coming down the pike.


cold shoulder trend spring 2016

From left: Proenza Schouler, Creatures of the Wind, Edun (Photos: Imaxtree)
The Cold Shoulder

Perhaps taking cues from what was popular in the retail world this summer, more than a few designers showcased tops and dresses with cold shoulder silhouettes for Spring 2016.


The Puffy Shirt

Designers clearly were catching up on “Seinfeld” reruns while conceptualizing their spring lines, given the fact that white ruffled blouses—reminiscent of the show’s infamous “puffy shirt”—made numerous runway appearances.



From left: Prabal Gurung, Thakoon, Givenchy (Photos: Imaxtree)
Goodnight!

Pajama dressing was taken to whole new—and very literal—level at New York Fashion Week, evidenced by the amount of sleepwear-as-daywear we spotted. From crisp PJ-style sets at Thakoon, lingerie-inspired pieces at Givenchy, and nightie dresses at Prabal Gurung, we’ll all be sleeping in our clothes this spring.



From left: Charles Youssef, Delpozo, Rosie Assoulin (Photos: Imaxtree)
Pump up the Volume

We’re used to seeing over-the-top pieces on runways that often employ laughable proportions. But for spring, designers like Rosie Assoulin and Delpozo managed to fuse structured high-fashion volume with wearability.



From left: Mara Hoffman, Coach, Alice and Olivia (Photos: Imaxtree)
Esalen or Bust

Remember the spiritual retreat that played an integral part in the “Mad Men” series finale? It’s a real place in Big Sur, California, called the Esalen Institute and throughout the 1970s, it was a haven for post-hippie desert dwellers. Designers clearly were looking west for spring, creating dozens of looks that perfectly captured the prairie-peasant vibe associated with the “spiritual but not religious” crowd in ’70s Cali. Ommmm.



From left: Adam Selman, Narcisso Rodriguez, Guilietta (Photos: Imaxtree)
Go Blue (and Orange)

You might want to brush off that old Knicks jersey or Mets cap, given the number of designers—including Jil Sander, Karen Walker, Jeremy Scott, and Adam Selman—who debuted strong orange and blue color combos.



From left: Diane von Furstenberg, Karen Walker, Alice and Olivia (Photos: Imaxtree)
Golden Girl

Once upon a time, the thought of shiny gold attire called to mind glitzy grandmas or Las Vegas party girls. However, thanks to an especially strong showing on Spring 2016 runways, shiny gold fabric is poised to be a seasonal standout. At Karen Walker, lamé-like leather stole the show, while DVF opted for a softer gold gossamer. At Alice and Olivia, a gold sequin dress was paired with flat sandals, accentuating its wearability.


From left: Derek Lam, DKNY, Rodarte (Photos: Imaxtree)
Actual Shirt Dressing

Why wait until next spring when you can start testing out this mega-trend—shirts layered under sleeveless dresses—right now?



From left: BOSS, Erin Fetherston, Marissa Webb (Photos: Imaxtree)
Juicy Couture

We already saw how designers paired orange with blue, but a pretty staggering amount chose to spotlight the the color on its own. Expect to see tons of pants, blouses, skirts, and—our favorite—romantic dresses done up in the divisive hue.



From left: Dion Lee, Christian Siriano, Prabal Gurung (Photos: Imaxtree)
Fun Fringe

We saw it last spring, we saw it this fall, and it looks like it’s sticking around for spring 2016. We’re referring to fringe, which several designers employed to trim skirts and dresses. The beauty of this trend lies in its softness—think the ends of a velvet scarf or macrame rather than western-style fringe.


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Size Chart

 Size Chart

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 Size Chart

International t-shirt pattern size - Please Note: For best printing results, adjust your page orientation in Adobe Reader to
“Landscape,” under File > Page Setup.
Women's Size Chart

    Download the women's size pdf (centimeters)
    Download the women's size pdf (inches)
    Download the women's petite size pdf (centimeters)
    Download the women's petite size pdf (inches)
    Download the women's tall size pdf (centimeters)
    Download the women's tall size pdf (inches)

Mens's Size Chart

    Download the men's size pdf (centimeters)
    Download the men's size pdf (inches)

Kids's Size Chart

    Download the kids's size pdf (centimeters)
    Download the kids's size pdf (inches)

Baby's Size Chart

    Download the baby's size pdf (centimeters)
    Download the baby's size pdf (inches)


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System archetype

System archetype

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System archetype


archetype system arm bunka - System archetypes are patterns of behavior of a system. Systems expressed by circles of causality have therefore similar structure. Identifying a system archetype and finding the leverage enables efficient changes in a system. The basic system archetypes and possible solutions of the problems are mentioned in the section Examples of system archetypes.[1] A fundamental property of nature is that no cause can affect the past. System archetypes do not imply that current causes affect past effects.



Circles of causality

The basic idea of system thinking is that every action triggers a reaction. In system dynamics this reaction is called feedback. There are two types of feedback – reinforcing feedback and balancing feedback. Sometimes a feedback (or a reaction) does not occur immediately – the process contains delays. Any system can be drawn as a diagram set up with circles of causality – including actions, feedbacks and delays.[1]
Reinforcing feedback (+)

Reinforcing feedback (or amplifying feedback) accelerates the given trend of a process. If the trend is ascending, the reinforcing (positive) feedback will accelerate the growth. If the trend is descending, it will accelerate the decline. Falling of an avalanche is an example of the reinforcing feedback process.[1]
Balancing feedback (−)

Balancing feedback (or stabilizing feedback) will work if any goal-state exists. Balancing process intends to reduce a gap between a current state and a desired state. The balancing (negative) feedback adjusts a present state to a desirable target regardless whether the trend is descending or ascending. An example of the balancing feedback process is staying upright on bicycle (when riding).[1]
Delays

Delays in systems cause people to perceive a response to an action incorrectly. This causes an under- or overestimation of the needed action and results in oscillation, instability or even breakdown.[1]

Examples of system archetypes

Balancing process with delay


This archetype explains the system in which the response to action is delayed. If the agents do not perceive the delayed feedback, they might overshoot or underestimate the requisite action in order to reach their goals. This could be avoided by being patient or by accelerating reactions of the system to realized measures. Example: supply chain (The Beer Game)[1]
Causal loop diagram "Balancing process with delay"

Limits to growth


The unprecedented growth is produced by a reinforcing feedback process until the system reaches its peak. The halt of this growth is caused by limits inside or outside of the system. However, if the limits are not properly recognized; the former methods are continuously applied, but more and more aggressively. This results in the contrary of the desired state – a decrease of the system. The solution lies in the weakening or elimination of the cause of limitation. Example: dieting, learning foreign languages[1]
Causal loop diagram "Limits to growth"

Attractiveness Principle is an archetype derived from Limits to Growth. The main difference is that Attractiveness Principle assumes growth is limited with two or more factors.

Shifting the burden


The problem is handled by a simple solution with immediate effect, thereby "healing the symptoms". The primary source of the problem is overlooked, because its remedy is demanding and has no immediate outcome. The origin of the problem should be identified and solved in the long-term run during which the addiction to the symptomatic remedy decreases. Example: drug addiction, paying debts by borrowing[1]
Causal loop diagram "Shifting the burden"

Eroding goals


A kind of shifting the burden archetype. As current problems need to be handled immediately, the long-term goals continuously decline. It can be avoided by sticking to the vision. Example: balancing the public debt, sliding limits of environmental pollution[1]
Causal loop diagram "Eroding goals"

Escalation


This archetype could be seen as a non-cooperative game where both players suppose that just one of them can win. They are responding to actions of the other player in order to “defend themselves”. The aggression grows and can result in self-destructive behavior. The vicious circle can be broken by one agent stopping to react defensively and turn the game into cooperative one. Example: arms race[1]
Causal loop diagram "Escalation"

Success to successful


Two people or activities need the same limited resources. As one of them becomes more successful, more resources are assigned to him/it. The second one becomes less and less successful due to lacking resources, and “prove the right decision” to support the first one. Problems occur if the competition is unhealthy and interferes with the goals of the whole system. The two activities or agents might be decoupled or they should receive balanced amount of resources. Examples: two products of one company, work vs. family[1]
Causal loop diagram "Success to the successful"

Tragedy of the commons


Agents use common limited resource to profit individually. As the use of the resource is not controlled, the agents would like to continuously raise their benefits. The resource is therefore used more and more and the revenues of the agents are decreasing. The agents are intensifying their exploitation until the resource is completely used up or seriously damaged. To protect common resources some form of regulation should be introduced. Example: fish stocks (The Fishing Game)[1]
Causal loop diagram "Tragedy of the commons"

Fixes that fail


In the fixes that fail archetype, the problem is solved by some fix (a specific solution) with immediate positive effect. Nonetheless, the “side effects” of this solution turn out in the future. The best remedy seems to apply the same solution. Example: saving costs on maintenance, paying interest by other loans (with other interests)[1]
Causal loop diagram "Fixes that fail"

Growth and underinvestment


The limit to growth is the current production capacity. It can be removed by sufficient investment in new capacities. If the investment is not aggressive enough (or it is too low), the capacities are overloaded, the quality of services declines and the demand decreases. This archetype is especially important in capacity planning. [2] Example: small, but growing company[1]
Causal loop diagram "Growth and underinvestment"

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