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Sewing / Tailoring / Stitching : Tutorial From ArtVani

Discussion in 'Sewing & Stitching' started by artvani, May 2, 2009.

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    This is an easy fitting garment for children from 6 months to 3 years.This is the basic design.We can create many other types from this.Neck and sleeve edges can be finished with piping . collar can also be attached.Elastic of length little less than the thigh round is inserted at the bottom
    Measurements needed
    Chest
    Full Length
    Sleeve length measured from the nape of the neck
    Seat
    Thigh round

    A-B= Full length + 1/2'’
    A-D = Waist length
    A-C =1/4 chest
    Draw perpendiculars from A,C,D and B
    A-E=1/2 shoulder+1/4”
    A-F =sleeve length measured from the nape of the neck
    C-H = ¼ chest +1⅟2”
    Produce C-H to G such that C-G =A-F
    D-J =C-H.Produce D-J to K such thatD-K =1/2 chest
    D-K =B-Q Join K-Q
    Mark M on the line B_Q such that B-M =⅟12th seat
    Mark L on the line K-Q such that Q - L =⅟6th seat
    Join M-L. this is back leg shape.
    Draw another curved line M-L Which is front leg shape as shown in the figure. Let the mid - points of the curved line and straight line be 1” apart.
    A-R =⅟12th chest +⅟4”
    A-N =1”
    A-O=1⅟12th chest +⅟2”
    Shape front neck O-R and back neck N-R
    F-P =1” Join R-P.
    G-H =!”. Join P-H
    Join L-H by a curved line as shown in the figure.
    O-S =front opening line =⅓ chest + ⅟4”
    Stitching
    Stitch neckline placket
    Join shoulders.
    Finish sleeve edges bypiping
    Stitch sides.
    Join front and back of the Romper by joining along the line M-B-M.Finish thigh round by PIPING or by attaching frills

    WOW!!! This is the best thread ever! As I had always wondered if we cold make rompers ourselves! Bt the material should be stretch right? Or Denim/courdroy, right?

    Thick cotton material is good
     

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