If you love to sew your own clothes, you’ve definitely come across and used commercial sewing patterns at some point, but did you know that those patterns originate from blocks or slopers? And those blocks and slopers are created using a technique called pattern drafting. Pattern drafting is a pattern making process using the measurements of different body areas to create basic patterns – or blueprints if you like – of essential pattern blocks – this is often referred to as a pattern set!
Blocks If you have found my content useful, please consider buying me a cup of coffee to support the continuation of this website. Blocks (or Slopers): The Basics This page gives some general information on blocks. See the menu to visit the pages with instructions for drafting your own blocks and downloading Third Scale Blocks
In this pattern drafting tutorial, I will show you a draft a Peter Pan Collar, also known as the Claudine Collar. The Peter Pan collar pattern is actually one of the easiest collars to make because it requires minimum to no drafting skills, making it very beginner-friendly. Enjoy!
It is easy to make a kurti .Here you can learn how to make a kurti through drafting. Pattern Drafting A-B; C-D = 1/4 of Chest + 1.5"or 2" A-C; B-D = length +1 .5" or 1" A-E ; H-I = 1/12 of chest +1/4" A- F = 1/2 of shoulder B-L; F-O = 1/4 of chest - 1.5 inch. A- H = front neck 1/6 A- G = back neck ( the deep of the front and back neck as desired) M-N = 1/2 inch A-P = waist length ( below the Breast) , P-Q = 1/4 of waist +1.5" A-R = hip length R-S = 1/4 of hip +1.5" First you mark the shape…