The description of 360++ Clothes Patterns
In sewing or fashion designs, patterns are pieces of paper that are prototypes of clothing parts or sewing-sewing products. Patterns serve as examples to avoid errors while clipping the cloth. In addition to wearing homemade patterns, one can sew at home using a ready-made pattern (finished pattern) published by women's magazines.
When making clothing, the pattern is tailored to the size of body shape and clothing model. For tailor-made clothes, before patterns are made, certain parts of the user's body are measured one by one with a tape measure. Body parts measured from the size of the neck circumference, chest width, chest length, waist circumference and back length. Before drawing in actual size, the design patterns can also be drawn in small sizes based on the scale in the costume book.
Basic patterns for various types of clothing such as blouses, skirts, dresses, or shirts can be used as an example for sewing, but do not have a model. Skirts of the archetype for example, can only be equipped with a zipper on the back, but have no model, pleated, or wrinkle. When made, the size of the archetype is adjusted to the size of the wearer's body or the standard body-size measure (S, M, L) is used for men, women, or children.
The basic pattern of women's clothing, for example, consists of:
The basic pattern of the front and back body (upper body pattern, from shoulder to waist)
The basic pattern of face and back skirt (lower body pattern, from waist to knee or ankle)
The base pattern of the arm (from the lowest shoulder to the elbow or wrist)
Patterns of dress (upper body pattern united with lower body pattern).
There are two main techniques for creating archetypes:
Flat construction (flat pattern, English: flat pattern-drafting).
Flat construction is drawing patterns on paper using accurate measurements. The pattern drawer should be able to imagine the final result when the pattern has been moved onto the cloth, and finished sewn as a garment. In drawing patterns with flat construction techniques are known methods that are named under the name of the creator, for example: Danckaerts, Cuppens Geurs, Meyneke, Dressmaking, and So-En.
Solid construction (draping pattern, English: blocks)
Patterns are made by draping a muslin or calico cloth on a sewing doll or directly over a user's body. Cloth is pinned with needle pentol while arranged to fit the body shape of sewing doll. Cloth on the side of the sleeve, neck, and waist section is cut according to the desired clothing design. When made from fabric, the pattern pieces are finished can be sewn to be used as prototype clothes. After the clothes are stitched, the sewing dolls are used to clothe the clothes and see the fall of the stitches.
Breaking pattern (breaking model, English: pattern drafting) is the process of changing the archetype into a pattern that suits the fashion model. The trick is to move pleats, cut, connect, or lengthen and shorten (add or decrease size) in certain parts of the archetype.
The skirt pattern, for example, can be turned into a skirt pattern of various models. The bottom skirt pattern of the lower width skirt will be a skirt pattern span. So it is with other types of clothing. The bottom of the trouser base when shortened up to a few centimeters above the knee would be a pattern of trousers.
Before the cloth is cut, the pattern pieces are arranged on the cloth. Lines such as the boundary of the camp or coupe line are traced onto the worse piece of fabric by using rader and sewing carbon. Sewing lime is used for writing temporary markings on fabrics that can not be made using rader.