Straight Sleeve Sloper
This beginner lesson teaches you how to draft a straight sleeve from scratch using our sleeve measurement chart to find the correct measurements for your individual size. Using our easy step-by-step method, you will learn how to draft a straight sleeve utilizing key points on the body. We will also teach you how to use your pattern making tools so that you get a perfect result. This straight sleeve can be used as is, or as a sloper. Either way, this lesson is a must in your library of slopers, since it is the basis for all of the sleeves that you will be drafting in the future.
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|3||Shape Sleeve Cap||1-4|
MODULE 1 • DRAFTING THE SLEEVE
|1||Using our downloadable Sleeve Measurement Chart, find the measurements that are specific to your particular size.|
|2||For this lesson, you will need a piece of white pattern paper 28” (71.1cm) by 16” (40.6cm), folded in half lengthwise with the fold facing you. This is the centerline of the sleeve.|
|3||Square a line off the fold, at 2” (5.1cm) down from the top. This is the capline of the sleeve.|
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