Drafting a Women’s Fitted Stable Knit T-Shirt from Measurements
This lesson will teach you how to draft a women’s T-shirt and sleeve sloper for a stable stretch knit. To assist in the drafting process, we have supplied a series of downloadable charts, diagrams, and a worksheet, so that you can conveniently record your measurements. This knit T-shirt and sleeve sloper can also be adapted to both a sleeveless knit sloper and a boxy sloper as a knit block for any stable stretch knit design.
|2||Extracting & Recording Measurements||1|
|3||Drafting the Front & Back T-shirt||1-15|
|4||Extracting the Front & Back T-shirt||1-7|
|5||Drafting a Knit Sleeve||1-8|
|6||Testing the Knit T-shirt & Sleeve Draft||1-4|
|7||Banded Crew Knit Neckline||1-8|
|8||More About Knits||1-2|
MODULE 1 • Lesson Prep
|1A||Before you begin this lesson on how to draft a women’s fitted stable knit T-shirt and sleeve sloper, familiarize yourself with knit fabrics and their characteristics by viewing our lessons: Introduction to Knit Fabrics and Knit Fabric Principles.
In Knit Fabric Principles, you will learn about knit stretch ratios and the different stretch categories such as:
|1B||You should also view our downloadable Knit Stretch Ratios Chart for more information on knit stretch.|
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