Drafting a Men's Jacket Lining, Facing & Interfacings

Drafting a Men’s Jacket Lining, Facing & Interfacings

Drafting a Men’s Jacket Lining, Facing & Interfacings

In this lesson, we will teach you how to draft the facings, interfacings and lining patterns that accompany the two-button, single-breasted jacket.

Module Description Step
1 Jacket Facing, Canvas, Felt & Shoulder Reinforcement 1-3
2 Jacket Lining Pattern 1-13
3 Two-piece Jacket Sleeve Lining 1-3
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MODULE 1 • Jacket Facing, Canvas, Felt & Shoulder Reinforcement

Step Description
1A So, now we get to what goes inside the jacket, so we begin with the exterior most part, which is our front facing. Our front facing starts about 1 ¼” (3.2cm) from our neckline. So, it’s 1 ¼” (3.2cm) here, it’s marked in red, and goes all the way down to the hem.
1B At the waist there is an inundation of 4” (10.2cm), so that is where we get a reference point here.
1C At the hip line we go in about 3” (7.6cm). Now these are all suggested measurements. Based on design and preference, they do change. But this is what a classic jacket follows.

 

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