Pattern Drafting, Pattern Grading, Garment Making and Garment Fitting (3rd Edition)
initially released in 1939, this booklet includes useful wisdom at the technological know-how of tailoring and stitching through making it appealing and available to all minds desirous of studying it.
, :^•^ • 3:ad: J*aM . Tattern Drafting ^Pattern Grading Qarment Making Qarment becoming by way of Edmund Qurney ship All 0rders for Books to Dunn Bros. cost $5.00 published via Dunn Bros., 421 East 6th road, la All rights reserved. This booklet, or elements thereof, mustn't ever be reproduced in any shape with out permission of the writer. 3rd AND REVISED variation PRlNTED lN THE UNlTED STATES OF AMERlCA Copyright 1939 through EDMUND GURNEY TABLE OF CONTENTS web page 20—Living.
The again on the neck over the shoul- ders to two inches less than the wrist bone. This 24 " TO DRAFT MEN'S AND BOYS' SHIRTS Draw a line 3 inches from the sting of the paper nearest to you. 1 inch from the sting of the paper to the correct of you mark A. A to B is 1/8 of the neck degree plus 14 inch. (See desk of measures.) B to 17 equals A to B. A to C is 81/j inches for a dimension 14 neck and in- creases 14 inch for every dimension better. A to D is 14 inches. A to F is 33 inches. F to G is four.
Snugly yet now not tight over the pins. 6. Take the waist degree. 7. Take the hip degree taut yet now not tight over the pins. eight. Take the size from the neck to waist. nine. For a costume or coat take the size degree from the neck to the ground and subtract the quantity that the garment is wanted shorter. 10. For the sleeve size make a inch fold at the tape degree. Insert a pencil during this fold and position the pencil tight less than the arm on the armscye, and take the sleeve size and.
Inch for measurement sixteen. The dart raises 1/& inch for every measurement higher and reduces 1/8 inch for every measurement smaller. D to E equals D to E of the again. E to F is 7 inches. Draw correct perspective strains from A, B, C, E, F. A to AA is nine% inches for measurement sixteen and raises 0.5 inch for every dimension higher and reduces half inch for every measurement smaller. F to FF equals A to AA. Draw line AA to FF marking BB, CC, EE on the intersections as illus- trated. expand line FF to G. FF to G equals F to G of the again.
B to C is 31/2 inches. C to D is 14 inch. Make a correct attitude line from G 15 inches lengthy. Make a correct attitude line from B three inches lengthy. Make a correct perspective line from C three inches lengthy. G to X is two% inches. C to J equals G to X. Draw line J to X and mark okay on the intersection. G to zero is the size of the gown beginning and is generally 111/2 inches. Draw line okay to zero. zero to Q is 21/2 inches. zero to P is % inch. Draw line P to Q. zero to R is three V& inches. sq. a line out from R. R to S is three.