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.
|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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