Pivoting a Back-Shoulder Dart to a Back-Neckline Dart
Learn how to pivot a back-shoulder dart into a back neck dart. Our technique is quick and easy. We will teach you how to true the dart once it has been repositioned, so that you can transfer this back bodice into oaktag and then add it to your sloper library.
For this lesson we have provided free graded bodice slopers (U.S. sizes 2-16) for you to download, print out and cut out in your particular size. Use our Color Map download to help guide you with the cutting process. The UoF Global Size Chart will assist you in locating your size and size equivalent for the UK, Europe and Asia.
|1||Tracing the Back Bodice||1-7|
|2||Marking the Darts||1-3|
|3||Trueing the Back Bodice||1-4|
MODULE 1 • Tracing the Back Bodice
|1||For this lesson, you will need your Back Bodice Sloper with a shoulder and waist dart.|
|2||You will also need one piece of unlined white pattern paper that measures 3” (7.6cm) larger than your back sloper on all four sides.|
|3||We will be moving the back shoulder dart to the neckline. Begin, by placing a mark on the back neckline of the oaktag sloper, 1” (2.5cm) away from the center back/neck intersection. This will be the back neck dart’s new position.|
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