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I’m going to tell you about planting a mantle like a bomb. Here’s an example of what you can do from the basic body mold, you can even sew the mantle! 🙂 The experienced ones don’t even use it, it’s such an easy coat, Sir.
Hello, everyone. As you know, it’s the winter months, Sir. Bit of course for this reason winter products continue to plant last speed. We always continue to learn quickly, even if I do not dikemesem. We said if we didn’t share what we had learned, we’d be in charge. Of course, I have shared with you the details of this wonderful grey coat, and I will continue to share it.
Now I’m going to give you the biggest trick in the sewing world: fold the fabric, then divide your measurements by 4, yes, that’s as simple as that. 🙂
Before reading my narration, I recommend that you examine the above image that I have schematized the event.
Now all we need is a ”basic upper body pattern” with a chest clamp, which you must have if you’re sewing. If you do not have a simple upper body pattern that can be used as a basic body every month in Burda magazine.
We’re taking waist, chest, shoulder, arm, height, heel. Now I’m telling you the parts that will be divided into 4.:
The dimensions of these parts, for example, if the waist is 80, we divide it by 4 and take out 20. The waist-marked part of our basic body mold should be 20 cm. Of course, for this is a mantle one cm wider than I would suggest that you mow so that you can move in:)
Back body: we place your back body pattern on the fabric floor. As I described, we’re placing the shoulder, waist, chest and height measurements. As I sewed a long mantle of 120cm tall, I set the skirt end to 45cm wide and extended it downwards from the waist as the bell. I completed the back body by putting a compression margin at 5 cm.
Front body: front body, just like the back body with the help of the mold placed as a zero collar in this model I worked to make the front button for the Pat share added. Finished 2 cm for the pat will be 2cm+2cm folding share and cut by giving 2 cm as a stitch share. If you want to add a pocket, you can measure it from the shoulder by looking at the table below. We also adjust the length like the back body and complete the front body.
Arm: this time we will use the base arm pattern next to the base body. Here’s the pattern information I used in this coat, Sir.
Two-piece sleeves, upper and lower sleeves, are better if you use them in outer clothing.
Mouldings: in this model we will work with lining, we draw the mouldings exactly as in the front body with a single difference, making a slight curve downwards from the shoulder to the inside. Again, the mold mentioned above is also available in moldings, you can use it if you want.
Rear moldings: we cut this piece, which will be needed while passing the lining, as in the fabric floor (with the help of the collar part of the back body).
Primer: we cut the same pieces into the primer and combine them like a mantle. Then we sew the mantle and lining to each other face to face, leaving a space of 20 cm from the right and left side edge so that we can turn the mantle. After we turn it, we sew that part back on.
Belt: 150 cm long 10 cm wide finished 4 cm are making an arch.
Button: if you want to take the fabric that I did so that you can print haberdashery. Snap if you want, which I used to snap at the bottom half of the button. You can also use the Ready button if you want