Fashion-Era a great costume web site

Pattern Drafting

By Pauline Weston Thomas For Fashion-Era. com

  
Custom Search

Pattern Drafting a Skirt Block

How to pattern draft a basic straight skirt block and how to adapt the skirt block into styles.

How to Pattern Draft a Skirt Page 1

Why hand draft a basic straight skirt block pattern as opposed to using pattern drafting software.

How to Pattern Draft a Skirt Page 2

Measuring the body to hand draft a skirt pattern block.

Click on the headings for pages

How to Pattern Draft a Skirt Page 3

The general text stages of the draft - overall in one place.

Please scroll down.

Skirt Draft in Page Stages

Page 4 - Part 1

Page 5 - Part 2

Page 6 - Part 3

Page 7 - Part 4

Page 8 - Part 5

Page 9 - Part 6

Pattern Drafting a Skirt in Stages

Pattern drafting is classified in library systems as engineering.  Here I shown individual stages of hand drafting the Skirt Block. 

 I have attempted to simplify the stages to make everything easy to understand with stage aid drawings.  Click on the stages in the left and right boxes on each side of this box or use the next page system.

Skirt Draft in Page Stages

Page 10 - Part 7

Page 11 - Part 8

Page 12 - Part 9

Page 13 - Part 10

Page 14 - Part 11

Page 15 - Straight Skirt & Waistband

Fashion-era Forums

Now closed

 

Coming Soon - Skirt Style Adaptations

*

Ebooks

If you like this page then please share it with your friends

 


Custom Search

Fashion-Era.com

Fashion-Era.com looks at women's costume and fashion history and analyses the mood of an era. Changes in technology, leisure, work, cultural and moral values, homelife and politics have all contributed to lifestyle trends which influence the clothes we wear. These are the changes that make any era of society special in relation to the study of the costume of a period.

Fashion-Era.com can take no responsibility for the information above and any outcome which may cause you error, loss or costs incurred from use of the information and links either directly or indirectly.

This site is owned, designed, written and developed by author: Pauline Thomas and Guy Thomas.

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Fashion-era.com reserves the right to add or delete information, graphics and links.

Copyright © 2001-2013 on all content, text and images in Fashion-Era.com. 

If you write to me for help with costume/fashion or information please first consider if you are prepared to make a payment to the website.  Make the payment for Pauline's help with questions here.   Please use the extensive sitemap which lists everything.  Please DO NOT write asking me for homework help, more pictures or extra information as I DO NOT provide this. 

E-Mail us if you have comments at . Please read the message above before E-Mailing us if you have comments

This site was designed to be viewed in 1024 X 768 or higher.

Fashion trends and costume historyHome  Sitemap