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A dress shirt is often accompanied by a tie. So the shirt's neck fits very well with the model. There’s not so much room. The length is pretty long because it's meant to be tucked into pants. You can draft really boxy or fitted by how much ease you have. You can apply this method to women’s shirts as well. In this video, I show you how to draft a dress shirt's body patterns from scratch.
When you adjust the bicep, you have to consider the sleeve cap height and sleeve length. In this video, I show you how to increase or reduce the bicep circumference without changing body patterns.
Masterclass [Everything About Set-In Sleeve Pattern] is a confidence builder!
Strapless, open-shoulder body with princess line. You can apply this technique to bustiers, corsets, waspies, gowns, swim wears, and so much more. In this video, I show you step-by-step basic bustier pattern-making with body measurements from scratch.
Learn this simple thing before you learn how to draft a shirt collar, Peter Pan collar, mandarin collar, and so on. Once you learn this, it will be way easier to learn any collar drafting.
Grading is a significant step for mess production in the fashion industry. As a pattern maker, knowing how to grade patterns is inevitable. In this video, I show you how to grade basic body patterns. This is a step-by-step simple t-shirt grading tutorial. You will learn how each point moves where and why.
I want you to take a look at the whole body to have a big picture of grading before you decide how much you want to increase or reduce on a specific point. Once you understand what grading is and how to grade in general, then grading on specific garments or points will be way easier. In this video, I explain the very basic but most important concept of garment grading.
In this video, you will learn pattern drafting of the draped jacket front. I show you how to move the dart, how to draw a princess line, and how to draft the bottom part of the jacket that has pocket-like drapes with pleats.
This exercise manual is published by PAD System for PAD users. It helps to practice if you’re learning PAD system. This step-by-step manual shows you what tools to use, where to use, and how to use them. In today’s video, we’re going to start with basic front & back body patterns and revise the pattern to a sport blouson.
In this video, I explain three different types of pleats. And I also explain the differences between pleats and tucks. You will learn pleated skirt pattern making from scratch. The simplest way.
Pattern Block Making is the basic of basic for all beautiful designs of pattern making as well as for pattern adjustments.
Continuing from the last lesson. In the video, I show you how to draft the back body of the bib overall. Patch pockets, button closure at the side seam, and strap.
Start with pant patterns, we’re drafting bib overalls/dungarees. The pant patterns should have enough ease at the hip, thigh, hem, and crotch. Grab your pant patterns and let’s draft bib overall/dungarees patterns.
Necklines are extended upwards beyond the neck, so it looks like a stand collar. But there’s no seam around the neck. They are cut as part of the bodice pattern by extending it. In this video, I show you how to draft Built-up necklines with bodice block patterns. And I also show you dart manipulation for this particular design.
If you have a hard time determining sleeve cap height, I show you how to draft sleeve patterns from the bicep measurement. You don't have to worry about calculating sleeve cap height. In this video, I show you a basic 1-piece sleeve pattern-making with a hem dart. And I also show you how to transfer the hem dart to the elbow.
Continue from episodes 86 & 87. In this video, I show you how to draft princess seam on the front body patterns. Pinch out the armhole, so the armhole will fit perfectly on the body. You will learn the drafting of patch pockets, flaps, back-neck facing, and front-facing.
Continue from episode 86. I show you drawing princess lines on the back body. You will learn how to true the armhole curve when you pinch out from the princess line. I also show you the front body drafting. You will see how to draft the front shoulder, armhole, button closure, peaked lapel, and collar. We will continue to draft the front body and sleeve patterns in the next video.
When the fabric is thick, you want to have more ease to give you bigger room for movement. In this video, you will learn step-by-step wool jacket pattern making. Starting with the required measurements, base frame, and drafting the front pattern. I explain ease, armhole depth, side seam curve, etc. And the lesson will be continued in the next episode.
There are many different designs of pant fly. In this video, I’ll show you one of them. You will learn how to draft and cut the pant fly depening on right side up or left side up. I’m going to draft extended under fly up to top of the waistband and you will see waistband extension and drill holes for hooks and eyes.
In this video, you will learn how make notches on the sleeve cap that correspond to the body armhole. I explain where you have to have ease and where you must not have ease. And notches for the fabric matching on the out seam.
Pattern making tutorial _ how to make two-piece hood patterns. This is a basic two-piece hood pattern drafting tutorial video. In this video, I show you step by step how to make two-piece hood patterns with your body pattern measurements. Get your front and back body patterns, and you will learn basic hood pattern making.
There are several different ways to draft two-piece sleeve patterns. In this video, you will learn how to draft Two-Piece sleeve patterns from scratch. I show you two-piece sleeve pattern making for formal blazer. Pretty high sleeve cap height and fitted bicep.
There are a lot of raglan sleeve designs. In this video, I teach you the easiest way of basic raglan sleeve drafting. I show you what you need to check on bodice patterns before you start to draft and explain why those are important.
In this video, I explain the relationship between sleeve cap height and bicep. You also learn how the sleeve cap height effect to movement. Understanding of relationship among the sleeve cap height, bicep, and inseam length will bring you the next level of sleeve drafting.