This lesson will teach you how to create a bishop sleeve. A bishop sleeve is a long sleeve that is gathered at the bottom with a button cuff, slit and facing. This lesson will teach you the principles of ‘slashing and spreading’ to add fullness to sleeves, as well as to other areas of a garment. You will learn how to use your pattern drafting tools and how to properly true a pattern. Once you have mastered this technique you will be able to implement the slash and spread technique to add fullness to skirts, tops, jackets, pants and shorts.
|2||Transfer Straight Sleeve Sloper||1-7|
|3||Bishop Sleeve Prep||1-5|
|4||Bishop Sleeve Draft||1-6|
|5||Bishop Sleeve Pattern||1-9|
|6||Transfer Sleeve Draft||1-8|
|8||Pattern Annotation, Cutting & Notching||1-6|
MODULE 1 • LESSON PREP
|1||For this lesson you will prepare three pattern paper blocks measuring 20” (50.8cm) wide by 28” (71.1cm) long.|
|2||Cut one pattern paper block 14” (35.6cm) square.|
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