Peter Pan & Roll Collars – Three Variations
This lesson falls into the “roll” collar category, meaning that the collar rolls over itself, creating a “stand” or “roll” at the neck. We will teach you how to draft the Peter Pan collar in three variations, each sitting lower at the neck and flatter on the body. Once you’ve drafted the collars you will learn how to transfer them into a pattern and then be able to apply this knowledge so that you can create other innovative collar point variations for your designs.
One you’ve learned how to draft a roll collar try your hand at the Mandarin, the Convertible and the Sailor collar.
|1||Peter Pan 1” (2.5cm) Roll Collar Draft||1-9|
|2||Peter Pan ½” (1.3cm) Stand Collar Draft||1-7|
|3||Peter Pan 1/8” (3mm) Stand Collar Draft||1-5|
|4||Peter Pan Upper Collar Pattern||1-8|
|5||Peter Pan Under Collar Draft||1-4|
|6||Peter Pan 1” (2.5cm) Roll Under Collar Pattern||1-11|
MODULE 1 • Peter Pan 1” (2.5cm) Roll Collar Draft
|1A||This lesson will teach you how to draft three variations of a roll collar. The Peter Pan collar falls into the “roll collar” category, meaning that the collar rolls over creating a “stand” or “roll” at the neck. We will draft the Peter Pan collar with a 1” (2.5cm) stand first and then demonstrate ½” (1.3cm) roll and finally a 1/8” (6mm) roll. Notice each collar’s position at the neck and how it rests on the body.|
|2||To complete a draft and pattern for each of the Peter Pan collars in this lesson, you will prepare three pieces of white unlined pattern measuring 18” (45.7cm) square.|
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