Category Archives: Collar pattern Drafting

Pattern Making E-book Sales

Basic Guide to Pattern Making  (E-Book) $20.00 $17.50 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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Peter Pan Collar-Vintage Crochet

MATERIALS: Clark’s O.N.T. Best Six Cord Mercerized Crochet, Art. B.4, Size 50: 2 halls of White … Milwards Steel Crochet Hook No. 12. Starting at inner edge of collar, ch 203 to measure 12 inches. 1st row: Sc in 3rd
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Pinafore Frills-Vintage Crochet

MATERIALS: Clark’s A.N.T. Best Six Cord Mercerized Crochet, Art. B.4, Size 30, 12 balls of White … Milwards Steel Crochet Hook No. 10. A child’s pinafore, size desired. NECK RUFFLE-Wide Edge Starting at center make a chain slightly longer than
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Drafting Collar and Vest

Collar and Vest in One 2 styles style 1 the collar has a 1” stand at center back. the vest is double breasted, and is part of the garment. using the fitted waist foundation as a guide,  draft collar and vest
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Drafting Mannish Collar

2 styles collar with separate stand Illustration shows collar with 1” stand at center front and 1-3/8” stand at center back. 1) collar band trace front,; then draft collar as follows: a to b – draw straight line. b to
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Drafting Coat with Shawl Collar

2 styles shawl collar with darts in back illustration shows collar with a 3” stand in back. the darts in back cause the collar to stand away from the neck. this is necessary because of the high stand. 1 and
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Drafting Coat with Collar

2 styles coat with deep notch collar        Illustrations show that coat with a wider collar than the regular notch collar. the collar has a 1-1/2” stand at center back; 1” stand at shoulder. 1) back of collar a
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Drafting High Cowl Neck Dress

High Cowl Neck with Single Drape How to draft pattern (style 1) 1) using the dress front and back as a guide, extend top of center front by drawing 1/2″ diagonal line as indicated; then draft new neckline. 2 and
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Drafting Collars

Wide Roll-Fitting Collars 3 styles – (simplified method) How to draft pattern  style 1 1 and 2) for double breasted front, extend width of lower part of front; then lower the neckline (for stand-away collar). mark points a-b-c at shoulders.
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