Category Archives: Men Pants and Suit Drafting

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  Basic Guide to Pattern Making  (E-Book)   This pattern making E-book is for all those who love to sew but don’t know where to start. With this e-book youwilllearn how to take measurement correctly, learn how to make the basic foundation
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How to Draft the Basic Man Vest

BASIC VEST Outline basic sloper and drop waist 1” BACK VEST PANEL A = ¼” neck to chest B to C = 1” D = waist D to E = 1” drop E to F 1-1/2” Connect A to C with
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How to Draft the Basic Man Pants

BASIC PANTS Circumference of hem = 20” Outline basic pants sloper including grain line, hip line, crotch line and knee line FRONT PANTS A = grain line at hip A to B = 4 ½” A to C = 4 ½”
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How to draft the Basic Pants Sloper

In order to draft the basic pants sloper the following measurements are needed: Waist Hip Crotch depth Full length (outer side seam, waist to hem) See measurement chart Diagram A Front A= waist D = hip C – Crotch depth
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How to Draft Double Breasted Jacket

DOUBLE BREASTED CONTINENTAL JACKET Outline your sloper with full jacket length Back panel A = 1/2 neck to chest B to C = 1” E to D = ¾” Connect A to C to E to finish center back F
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How to Draft the Basic Jacket Sloper

In order to draft the basic jacket sloper, the following measurements are needed: 1/2 = chest circumference + 3-1/2” for ease, center front to center back 1/2 = front chest. 1/2 shoulder blade SEE SIZE CHART 1= back neck point
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How to Draft Men Notch Collar

NOTCH COLLAR SIZE VARIATIONS CHART B2. Same as B1, except stand measurement is higher. Shift also changes 1/8” in all sizes. Collar stand 1-1/4 1-1/4 1-1/4 1-1/4 Collar fall 1-3/4 1-7/8 2 2-1/2 Collar width 3 3-1/8 3-1/4 3-3/4 Shift 1/2 5/8 3/4  7/8C. Use the following chart when break point on single-Breasted jacket changes
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How to Draft Men Jacket Two Piece Sleeve

upper sleeve outline sleeve sloper two piece sleeve consists of upper sleeve and under sleeve. on front guideline, square off from a to b for 2” transfer curve between b and c to a and d E to F =
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How to Take Men Measurements

Jacket A = chest circumference B = waist circumference C= front chest measurement D = sleeve length E = jacket length F = back waist length G = shoulder blade armhole to armhole H = shoulder length neck to armhole
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