Basic bodice block pattern drafting

Learn how to draft a basic bodice block pattern from scratch with our step-by-step guide. Create custom-fitted garments and unleash your creativity with endless design possibilities.
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Follow my tutorial and draft a basic bodice block (bodice sloper) based on your body measurements. Enter the measurements into the user-friendly calculator, which computes approximate fabric consumption for the bodice and includes the measurements you have taken (and also measurements, that need to be calculated) in the detailed step-by-step pattern drafting tutorial, which you can easily download as a pdf document into your computer.

Eugenia Dwira
Cloud Factory: Basic Bodice sloper Sewing Alterations, Sewing Measurements, Sewing Pattern Design, Sewing Machine Basics, Sewing Tutorials Clothes, Sewing Design, Diy Sewing Clothes, Pattern Drafting Bodice, Sewing Patterns Free

Hi Clouds, today im sharing with you a basic bodice sloper ive been working on, to make a set that is easier to make and equally effective than the complicated ones. The most important thing when tracing any garment pattern is to take the measurements correctly. so here you have some pictures that will help you. And remember we have this video about how to take measurements of others and also your own measurements. And here you have the video class to trace your basic body sloper, and some…

Kay Wood
The Closet Historian: How to Make a Bodice Block Pattern from Your Favorite Commercial Pattern (Pattern Drafting) Couture, Sewing Lessons, Pattern Drafting, Sewing Patterns, Sewing Basics, Sewing Tutorials, Sewing Techniques, Wardrobes, Pattern Drafting Bodice

Well everyone, first I would like to apologize, because I had no idea how few useful commercial patterns there were out right now! I just searched through Simplicity, Butterick, McCalls, and Vogue patterns and I barely found a handful of patterns I think would work well as a base for making your own base block patterns/slopers. It seems like every dress from the big pattern companies has princess seams instead of darts, an empire waist seam, or is intended to be made from knits! Where have…

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