Transfer Suit Sleeve to Oaktag Sloper
This lesson teaches you how to transfer your suit sleeve pattern to an oaktag sloper. You will learn the proper technique of how to trace and true the suit sleeve sloper and then cut it out of oaktag paper. You will be able to use this sloper to create many different kinds of suit sleeve designs.
Add to your suit sleeve sloper collection by viewing our other lesson on how to Convert a Suit Sleeve into a Two Piece Suit Sleeve.
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|3||True Suit Sleeve Sloper||1-14|
MODULE 1 • LESSON PREP
|1||For this lesson you will need the suit sleeve paper pattern draft that your created in our lesson entitled Converting a Fitted Sleeve Sloper to a Suit Sleeve.|
|2||Prepare an Oaktag block measuring 14” wide X 28” long.|
|3||On the oaktag block, draw a vertical line through the center of the paper lengthwise, this is the sleeve’s centerline.|
|4||Measure down 9” from the top left side of the oaktag and square a horizontal line across the width of the paper at a right angle to the centerline, this is the sleeve bicep.|
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