Drafting & Draping a Cascade Ruffle Scarf
Learn how to create a circular-patterned cascade ruffle that can be worn as a scarf accessory or used to embellish blouses, dresses, coats, jackets and even pants. Be sure to check out our other cascade ruffle draping lessons.
|2||Spreading & Forming the Ruffle||1-4|
|3||Trueing the Ruffle Draft||1-6|
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MODULE 1 • Lesson Prep
|1||To begin this lesson, we have prepared a strip of pattern paper measuring 32” (81.3cm) wide by 4” (10.2cm) long. We have measured off our slash points at 2” (5.1cm) intervals for a total of 24” (61cm).|
|2||Next, at the last 2” interval, at the 24” (61cm) point, use a hip curve to draw a gradual curve to the bottom corner of the paper.|
|3||Then continue to draw slash lines at 2” (5.1cm) intervals until you reach the end.|
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