Drafting a Men's Two-Piece Jacket Sleeve

Drafting a Men’s Two-Piece Jacket Sleeve

Drafting a Men’s Two-Piece Jacket Sleeve

In this lesson, you shall learn how to draft a two-piece set-in sleeve with vents that is to be used in conjunction with our men’s two-piece single-breasted jacket with notch collar.

 

 

 

 

 

Module Description Step
1 Tracing Off the Men’s One-Piece Sleeve 1-3
2 Planning the Upper & Under Suit Sleeve 1-11
3 Two-piece Suit Sleeve Shaping & Hem 1-5
4 Extracting the Top Sleeve & the Undersleeve 1-6
5 Drafting a Sleeve Vent 1-5
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MODULE 1 • Tracing Off the Men’s One-Piece Sleeve

Step Description
1 For this lesson, you would require a white unlined pattern paper measuring 20” (50.8cm) wide by 28” (71.2cm) long.
2A And now we begin the process of extracting the two-piece sleeve from the single-piece jacket sleeve. Our first step is to trace along the side seams using a tracing wheel. It’s very important to mark the end points and the intersection points. So, I am going to be tracing all along my back, side seam which is actually sleeve inseam. And, I’m going to mark this very well.
2B And now we begin the process of extracting the two-piece sleeve from the single-piece jacket sleeve. Our first step is to trace along the side seams using a tracing wheel. It’s very important to mark the end points and the intersection points. So, I am going to be tracing all along my back, side seam which is actually sleeve inseam. And, I’m going to mark this very well.

 

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