Drafting a Child’s Shirt
Once you have viewed our child’s torso and sleeve lessons, and created your slopers, you are now ready to draft a child’s button-through shirt. You will learn how to draft a collar, a front placket and a sleeve with a flattened cap.
The slopers needed for this lesson can be found and drafted in our draping lesson: Draping a Child’s Bodice Sloper or downloaded, printed and cut-out from the 2-6X Child Bodice Sloper Nest provided in our lesson: Draping a Child’s Bodice Sloper. This bodice is then converted to a child’s torso sloper in our lesson: Drafting a Child’s Torso Sloper.
The child sleeve needed for his lesson can be found and drafted in our lesson: Child Oaktag Sleeve Sloper.
|2||Drafting the Front and Back Shirt||1-15|
|3||Drafting the Collar||1-12|
|4||Drafting the Pocket||1-3|
|5||Drafting the Sleeve||1-12|
|6||Button and Buttonhole Placement||1-17|
|7||Drafting the Facing||1-7|
MODULE 1 • Lesson Prep
|1||For this lesson, you will need to prepare three pieces of white unlined pattern paper. The first one measuring, 20” (50.8cm) wide by 22” (55.9cm) long. And two pieces measuring, 16” (40.6cm) wide by 19” (48.3cm) long, to be used for your collar, pocket, sleeve and facing.|
|2||And, you will be using your front and back torso sloper, and your child sleeve sloper.|
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