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domingo, 7 de julio de 2013
DIY LADY’S JOGGING TROUSER- even big sizes.
JOGGING TROUSER- even big sizes.
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I `ll try to explain in English.
As you`ll see it’s not my own
language. I hope to do it fine.
Today we do
aLADY’S JOGGING TROUSER…
We use ruler, colour markers, pencil, scissors,
measure tape, paper....
We use stretch fabric.
WE DON’T USE EASE SEW.
We use the paper fold in two.
NOTE: if you want your jogging be
ease then add 3 to 6 cm to the pattern.
THE LEFT VERTICAL LINE (DOTS LINE) INDICATES THE LINE
WHERE WE FOLD THE FABRIC SO WE PUT THIS PATTERN LINE (DOTS LINE) OVER THE
WAIST: is the measure we use around waist without
holding and without ease.
HIP: is the measure we use around hip without
holding and without relaxing.
LONG WANTED: is the measure we wanted plus the hems.
KNEE LINE: is the measure we take from the waist to the
knee and to draw the knee line.
HEMS: 2cm to sew the waistband and 4 cm for the hem
in the bottom of the jogging.
WAISTBAND: is the elastic wide plus 2 cm to sew plus 1
cm to relax.
CROTCH: is one quarter measure from the hip, the hip
divided in 4.
BACK CROTCH: we use the following notes board after we did
the back pattern.
S, from 80 to 90 cm hip round, we put up
1 a 2 cm
90 to 100 cm hip round, we put up 2 ó 3
from100 to 110cm hip round, we put up 4
ó 5 cm
XL, from 110 to120 cm hip round, we put up 6 cm
FRONT HOOK: is the measure resulting from divide the hip
in 7 and we use to make the jogging front.
BACK HOOK: is the measure resulting from adding to front
hook 2 cm. and we use to make the jogging back.
NOTE: WE DO BOTH PATTERNS, FRONT AND BACK, IN A FOLD PAPER.
WHEN WE CUT OFF THE PATTERNS WE GET ONE PATTERN IN EACH PAPER.
We put in
the horizontals a quarter hip measure …
Ex., hip 100cm divided 4 = 25, this 25 goes in
We put in
verticals the longer we want the jogging plus the waistband nd the bottom hem…
60cm plus waistband: 3 cm plus bottom hem: 4 cm = 67cm
We join the
waistband to the jogging.
down the waistband line, we put 3 cm and draw the line (red colour).
from the waist to the knee and draw the knee line(yellow line).
In the red
line we mark a quarter waist, we draw a vertical line which is the crotch and
we draw an horizontal line which is the hip line. (yellow lines)
In the hip
line we draw a quarter of hip plus the front hook.
hook we mark in the crotch line (blue mark) and in the hip line (blue mark). We
join both marks with a soft curve (blue colour)
MIDDLE LINE LEG
In the hip line we mark the middle and from
there we draw down a vertical line to the bottom line (green colour)
In the knee
line we mark both sides the green line, a quarter round knee (blue line).
bottom line we mark both sides the green line, a quarter round knee (blue line)
so the bottom will be straight (blue line).
waistband centre line, we draw down 1 cm (to fix better) (green lines).
To draw the
back hook we add 2 cm to the front hook…..
e join down
with soft curve to the knee line and bottom line (green colour)
We join up
with soft curve to the crotch (green colour)
In the back
crotch line we add the measure we need (see down the measures) and join with
the waistband (blue light colour)
S, from 80 to 90 cm, hip round, we put
up 1 a 2 cm
90 to 100 cm, hip round, we put up 2 ó 3 cm
from100 to 110cm, hip round, we put up 4 ó 5 cm