Convert Suit Sleeve to Two-Piece Sleeve
Watch our lesson on how to create a suit sleeve first, and then you’re ready to draft the two-piece suit sleeve. Unlike other unnecessarily complicated lessons on how to do this, our lesson is fast, easy, and produces a great result. Once you learn how, you will be able to expand your repertoire when designing jackets and coats.
Learn more about drafting sleeves by viewing our many other sleeve lessons, such as how to draft a Bishop, Petal and Flare sleeve.
The sleeve sloper needed for this lesson can be found and drafted in our Pattern making lesson: Straight Sleeve Sloper. and converted to a fitted sleeve in our lesson: Fitted Sleeve from Straight Sleeve Sloper and then converted to a suit sleeve in our lesson: Convert Fitted Sleeve to Suit Sleeve.
|2||Copy Suit Sleeve Sloper||1-8|
|3||Draft Suit Under Sleeve||1-16|
|4||True Suit Under Sleeve||1-8|
|5||Draft Suit Top Sleeve||1-11|
|6||True Top Suit Sleeve||1-8|
|7||Seam Allowance & Final Touches||1-11|
MODULE 1 • LESSON PREP
|1||For this lesson, you will need your Oaktag Suit Sleeve Sloper that you prepared from our lesson on how to draft a Suit Sleeve from a Fitted Sleeve.|
|2||Cut a piece of white pattern paper measuring 30” (76.2cm) wide by 32” (81.3cm) long.|
|3||Prepare a piece of white pattern paper measuring 16” (40.6cm) wide by 28” (71.1cm) long.|
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