miércoles, 11 de septiembre de 2013

DIY CULOTTE SLIP MAN -even big sizes

DIY CULOTTE SLIP MAN even big sizes 

Hi, have a happy day!!!!

I try to explain in English. 
As you see it’s not my own language.
I hope to do it fine.  


We modify the classic slip into the classic and simply culotte for man...

We use ruler, colour markers, pencil, scissors, measure tape, paper….and the classic slip pattern…..


We use the BASIC SLIP PATTERN to modify…..



We use:

·        stretch fabric (with spandex).

·        the paper fold in two.

·        the classic slip pattern.

·        Italian measurements, in cms.

WE DON’T USE EASE SEWING/SEAM.

NOTE: 

THE LEFT VERTICAL LINE INDICATES THE LINE WHERE WE FOLD THE FABRIC SO WE PUT THIS PATTERN LINE OVER THE FABRIC FOLD.


We modify in the same way both patterns, the front slip pattern and the back slip pattern  …..

Let’s start…..

 FRONT CULOTTE PATTERN

We modify the side from the front slip pattern…
We divide the side line in 3  ….
In the 1st mark, we draw a line (green colour) joining both vertical lines....we get the new front waist line....







BACK CULOTTE PATTERN

We modify the back slip pattern…

We divide the side line in 3  ….

In the 1st mark, we draw a line (blue colour) joining both vertical lines....
we get the new back waist line and the back culotte pattern (blue color)....





As you see it’s too easy to do a  classic culotte slip….

As always we need to practice…..

DIY CLASIC SLIP COLALESS PATTERN-even big sizes

DIY  CLASIC SLIP COLALESS PATTERN -even big sizes

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I try to explain in English. 
As you see it’s not my own language.
I hope to do it fine.  


We modify the classic slip into the classic and simply cola-less slip  


We use ruler, colour markers, pencil, scissors, measure tape, paper….and the classic slip pattern…..






We use the BASIC SLIP PATTERN to modify…..



We use:

·        stretch fabric (with spandex).

·        the paper fold in two.

·        the basic slip pattern.

·        Italian measurements, in cms.

WE DON’T USE EASE SEWING/SEAM.

NOTE: 

THE LEFT VERTICAL LINE INDICATES THE LINE WHERE WE FOLD THE FABRIC SO WE PUT THIS PATTERN LINE OVER THE FABRIC FOLD.


We modify the front slip pattern and the back slip pattern  …..

Let’s start…..





We modify the front slip pattern…
We divide the side line in 3  ….
In the 1st mark, we draw a line (green colour) joining both vertical lines....




BACK SLIP PATTERN

 Are the same steps to do in the lady and in the man pattern....


From the left vertical line we mark in 1cm, up and down and we join these marks (red line)….









From the upper horizontal line (the waist line) we mark down 2, 3 or 4 cm , the same measurement we use in the front pattern….







We draw a tiny curve (grey colour) joining the vertical line (red colour) to the waist-line, the upper horizontal line (blue colour)…. 









 

here we have the back pattern, all in red colour....










As you see it’s too easy to do a classic cola-less slip ….

As always we need to practice…..


DIY MAN COLALESS- WAIST WITH ELASTIC MODEL-

DIY MAN COLALESS- WAIST WITH ELASTIC MODEL-  


Hi, have a happy day!!!!

I try to explain in English.
As you see it’s not my own language.
I hope to do it fine.  


We modify the basic slip pattern into the classic and simply cola-less with elastic in the waist.


We use ruler, colour markers, pencil, scissors, measure tape, paper….and the classic slip pattern…..






We use:

·        stretch fabric (with spandex).

·        the paper fold in two.

·        the basic slip pattern.

·        Italian measurements, in cms.


WE DON’T USE EASE SEWING/SEAM.

NOTE: 

THE LEFT VERTICAL LINE INDICATES THE LINE WHERE WE FOLD THE FABRIC SO WE PUT THIS PATTERN LINE OVER THE FABRIC FOLD.


FRONT SLIP PATTERN

We modify the front slip pattern…
We divide in 4 the waist….
In the 1st ¼ at right, we draw a diagonal (red colour) joining to the leg curve line….
The rest of the waist, in the 1st ¼ at right, goes the elastic…..


BACK SLIP PATTERN


From the left vertical line we mark in 1cm, up and down and we join these marks….







From the upper horizontal line (the waist line) we mark down 2, 3 or 4 cm, we use the same measurement in both patterns, front and back pattern ….








We draw a diagonal line joining the vertical line to the waist-line, the upper horizontal line….getting a little triangle….(red colour)





the remaining pattern, side pattern, we use elastic….







like this is the back pattern....








As you see it’s too easy to do a  triangle cola-less slip with elastic….
As always we need to practice…..

DIY LADY TRIANGLE COLALESS- even big sizes

DIY LADY TRIANGLE COLALESS-even big sizes

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I try to explain in English.
As you see it’s not my own language.
I hope to do it fine.  


We modify the classic panty into the classic and simply triangle cola-less


We use ruler, colour markers, pencil, scissors, measure tape, paper….and the classic panty pattern…..


We use the BASIC PANTY PATTERN to modify…..



We use:

·        stretch fabric (with spandex).

·        the paper fold in two.

·        the basic panty pattern.

·        Italian measurements, in cms.

WE DON’T USE EASE SEWING/SEAM.

NOTE: 

THE LEFT VERTICAL LINE INDICATES THE LINE WHERE WE FOLD THE FABRIC SO WE PUT THIS PATTERN LINE OVER THE FABRIC FOLD.


We modify the back panty pattern and the front panty pattern into triangles…..

Let’s start…..




BACK PANTY PATTERN


From the left vertical line we mark in 1cm, up and down and we join these marks….









From the upper horizontal line (the waist line) we mark down 2, 3 or 4 cm ….







We draw a diagonal line joining the vertical line to the waist-line, the upper horizontal line….getting a little triangle….










the remaining pattern, side pattern, we use elastic….










FRONT PANTY PATTERN



We draw up a diagonal line joining the thigh/leg curve line with the waist line….


In the remaining waist line we use elastic……





As you see it’s too easy to do a  triangle cola-less panty….

As always we need to practice…..

DIY LADY COLALESS-even big sizes

DIY LADY COLALESS- even big sizes

Hi, have a happy day!!!!

I try to explain in English.  
As you see it’s not my own language. 
I hope to do it fine.  


We modify the classic panty into the classic and simply colaless


We use ruler, colour markers, pencil, scissors, measure tape, paper….and the classic panty pattern…..


We use the BASIC PANTY PATTERN to modify…..



We use:

·        stretch fabric (with spandex).

·        the paper fold in two.

·        the classic panty pattern.

·        Italian measurements, in cms.

WE DON’T USE EASE SEWING/SEAM.

NOTE: 

THE LEFT VERTICAL LINE INDICATES THE LINE WHERE WE FOLD THE FABRIC SO WE PUT THIS PATTERN LINE OVER THE FABRIC FOLD.

Let´s start…..

We modify the back panty pattern, the front panty pattern stays equal…..








From the left vertical line we mark in 1cm, up and down and we join these marks….









From the upper horizontal line (the waist line) we mark down 2, 3 or 4 cm ….

We use the same measurement in the side line in the front panty pattern….






We join the 2 lines we did with a little curve……









We use the same crotch line from the basic panty pattern…




Here we have the back colaless pattern….










As you see it’s too easy to do a colaless panty….

As always we need to practice…..

DIY CULOTTES LADY- even big sizes

DIY CULOTTES LADY- even big sizes

Hi, have a happy day!!!!

I try to explain in English.  
As you see it’s not my own language.
 I hope to do it fine.  


We modify the classic panty into the classic and simply culottes


We use ruler, colour markers, pencil, scissors, measure tape, paper….and the classic panty pattern…..






We use:

·        stretch fabric (with spandex).

·        the paper fold in two.

·        the classic panty pattern.

WE DON’T USE EASE SEWING/SEAM.

NOTE: 

THE LEFT VERTICAL LINE INDICATES THE LINE WHERE WE FOLD THE FABRIC SO WE PUT THIS PATTERN LINE OVER THE FABRIC FOLD.


 
We divide the right side line in 3 equal parts.
Is the same in the front and back pattern.
We mark down a line in the 1st 1/3 as we see in the draw.
The rest of the panty pattern is the same.

If you want the panty sloped then use the 2nd line (the 2/3).






We draw the same basic panty pattern…..







As you see this pattern  it’s too easy ….

As always we need to practice….



DIY BASIC SLIP PATTERN-EVEN BIG SIZES


DIY BASIC SLIP PATTERN- EVEN BIG SIZES


Hi, have a happy day!!!!

I try to explain in English.  
As you see it’s not my own language.
I hope to do it fine.  




We use ruler, colour markers, pencil, scissors, measure tape, paper…. 






We use:

·        stretch fabric (with spandex).

·        the paper fold in two.

·        Italian measurements, in cms.


WE DON’T USE EASE SEWING/SEAM.

NOTE: 

THE LEFT VERTICAL LINE INDICATES THE LINE WHERE WE FOLD THE FABRIC SO WE PUT THIS PATTERN LINE OVER THE FABRIC FOLD.

MEASUREMENTS NEEDED

HIP CIRCUMFERENCE:  is when we measure “round” the hip, not tight not loose, and we discount 2 cm (or what we need, see my video where I explain how to do the discount depending the fabric elongation) and divide in 4.

CROTCH LINE: is the measurement from the ¼ hip circumference divided 4.

How we do the discount? 
We stretch the fabric and we measure how much it stretches.
If stretches to 2 cm we discount 10%
If stretches to5 cm we discount 15%.
If stretches more than 5 cm we discount 25%.

Let’s start…..

SLIP FRONT PATTERN


We draw a rectangle with the hip circumference measurement divided 4 – 2 cm. in the horizontals.

Ex.: hip circumference = 100cm divided 4=25 -2= 23cm. This 23cm we use in the horizontals up and down.

In the verticals lines we use crotch line (1/4 hip circumference divided 4)

Ex.: hip circumference = 100cm divided 4=25. This 25cm we use in the verticals left and right.



 



HIP LINE:

Now we draw the hip line (red line). We look for the middle between the horizontals lines and added 1,5cm. We mark in both lines and join them with a line (horizontal red line)…..







CROTCH AREA:
We mark in the hip line and down horizontal line, 7 to 10cm (1/4 hip circumference divided 4), we join both marks (blue horizontal line)…. 


TWEEZER:
we mark 1 cm in the down horizontal line and we draw up 4 to 6 cm in the crotch line, we join both marks and we get the tweezer (diagonal blue line)…..







THIGH/LEG AREA:
from the point that joins the blue vertical line (crotch area) with the hip line, we mark IN DIAGONAL 5 cm (green colour), we join with a soft curve line (green colour) from the horizontal down line to the hip line at right……










STRENGTHENING PIECE:

over the upper horizontal line we mark (to the right) 3cm (1/4 hip circumference divided 4 – 2), we join with the diagonal green  of 5 cm in the thigh/leg.

We trample on this violet draw in paper folded and cut it.

We cut and separate the remains front part, side-slip, and the strengthening-piece (in violet).  

We add 2 cm for hem, to the diagonal-violet-line in both parts, to sew (join) the side-slip with the strengthening-piece (in violet).



SLIP BACK PATTERN
We draw a rectangle with the hip circumference measurement divided 4 – 2 cm. in the horizontals.

Ex.: hip circumference = 100cm divided 4=25 -2= 23cm. This 23cm we use in the horizontals up and down.

In the verticals lines we use crotch line (1/4 hip circumference divided 4)

Ex.: hip circumference = 100cm divided 4=25. This 25cm we use in the verticals left and right.


HIP LINE:

Now we draw the hip line (red line). We look for the middle between the horizontals lines and added 1,5cm. We mark in both lines and join them with a line (horizontal red line)…..












THIGH/LEG AREA:

We mark 7 to 10 cm or ¼ hip circumference divided 4, in the down line from the crotch line at left…

We join up this mark to the hip-line at right, we get a diagonal blue line that is the leg line….





Well, we finish the BASIC SLIP PATTERN for men.


We may use this pattern as a swimming-suit pattern too, sewing the crotch-piece in both sides.


As always we need to practice….



jueves, 5 de septiembre de 2013

DIY BABY-DOLL TRIANGLE PATTERN-EVEN BIG SIZES

DIY BABY-DOLL TRIANGLE PATTERN-EVEN BIG SIZES


Hi, have a happy day!!!!

I try to explain in English.
As you see it’s not my own language.
I hope to do it fine.

We are going to do a basic and simple baby doll pattern, a triangle baby-doll (even big sizes).

We use ruler, colour markers, pencil, scissors, measure tape, paper….








WE USE ITALIAN MEASUREMENTS, IN CM…..

We use stretch fabric, with spandex.

WE DON’T USE EASE SEWING/SEAM.

MEASURE





RADIUS MAMA (RM): is the measure from down the bust, the "underbust" to the nipple or 10% from the bust circumference. Ex.; bust is 80cm the RM is 8cm









CUP

We draw a square with 2RM….

We cross the square with a diagonal line…

We look for the middle of this diagonal line and mark it….




 


  

We draw out 2 cm more en each corner, up and in the right and down in the left….








We join these marks with the corner…..











We mark 5 cm in each line….

We join these marks with the centre mark in the diagonal…

We get tweezers….





  
BABYDOLL SKIRT





We draw a rectangle with the skirt large in the verticals lines and half of the hip measure plus 3 cm in the horizontals lines…..
Ex.: hip circumference is 90 cm divided in half is 45 cm + 3 cm= 48 cm. These 48 cms go in the horizontal lines…










We mark 3 cm in the upper horizontal line, from right to left….







We mark down 6 cm in the right vertical line….






We join both
marks…










 As always we need to practice.....