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Designing and tailoring clothing for women at home. Volume 1. Basic patterns are straight skirts. Modeling and sewing of straight and skinny and extended the bottom skirts

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Ludmila Serova. 	Designing and tailoring clothing for women at home. Volume 1. Basic patterns are straight skirts. 
		Modeling and sewing of straight and skinny and extended the bottom skirts

Introduction

1. The procedure of drawings

1.1. General requirements

1.2. Marking the directions of common thread, part numbers, marks and loops

1.3. Length measurement of curved lines

1.4. Items for drawing works

2. Working sewing box

3. Sewing technique

3.1. Household sewing machinery

3.2. Terms sewing techniques

3.3. General rules for the safe operation of the sewing machine

3.4. A problem with the machine, their causes

3.5. Adjustment of the yarn tension

3.6. How to learn exactly to scribble

4. Thread

4.1. The structure of the thread

4.2. The types of thread and composition of raw materials

4.3. The numbering of the thread

5. Fabric

5.1. Information about the composition of the original fiber fabrics

5.2. Determination of the fibre composition of the fabric

5.3. Properties of some types of fabrics and their application

5.4. Determination of the direction of grain lines on the fabric

5.5. Definition of obverse and reverse sides on the fabric

5.6. Preparing fabric to cutting

5.7. Recommendations on the choice of materials and accessories for skirts

6. Wet-heat processing

6.1. Tools and accessories

6.2. General techniques for working with iron

6.3. Ironing work with a variety of fabrics

7. Creating patterns with the drawing and the layout on the fabric

7.1. The creation of patterns

7.2. Layout of patterns on fabric

7.3. Three ways of flooring fabric

8. Sewing terms

Theme 1. Seams are hand and machine

1. Manual seams

1. Connecting hand stitches

2. Regional hand stitches

3. Hand blind stitch seams

4. Copy hand stitch "traps"

2. Machine stitches

1. Connecting machine stitches

2. The regional machine joints

3. Finishing machine stitches

Theme 2. Development of designs of skirts

1. Basic patterns

1.1. System measurements and increases to the basic patterns of skirts

1.2. Taking measurements

1.3. Tuck into the skirt

1.4. Testing basic patterns

2. Construction drawing of basic skirt patterns on a single method design

2.1. The system of measures for drawing basic patterns skirts on a general method of constructing

2.2. Construction drawing of basic skirt patterns on a single method on the model figure

2.3. Building the basic patterns of the skirt for a figure with individual characteristics

3. Construction drawing basic patterns skirts on the estimated proportional method

3.1. System standards for building drawing basic patterns skirts on the estimated proportional method

3.2. Construction drawing basic patterns skirts on the model figure

4. Modular design the basic patterns of skirts

5. Performing straight skirt with cartridge

6. Modeling oblique tucks for skirts

6.1. Modeling of inclined recesses with straight sides

6.2. Modeling of inclined recesses with rounded sides

Theme 3. Modeling and sewing of straight, tapered and extended skirts

1. Straight skirt as an item of women's clothing

2. Modeling direct duhovnoi skirt with open side vents

2.1. Feature products

2.2. Modeling direct duhovnoi skirt with open side vents

2.3. Layout patterns duhovnoi straight skirt with open side vents in the fabric

2.4. Duhovnoi tailoring straight skirt with open side vents

3. Modeling two-seam straight skirt with open side vents

3.1. Feature products

3.2. Modelling skirts narrowed

4. Modelling skirts that extended downward

4.1. Feature products

4.2. Modelling skirts that extended downward

5. Modelling and tailoring of three-seam skirt

5.1. Feature products

5.2. Modeling trehshovnye skirt

5.3. Layout patterns three-seam skirt in the fabric

5.4. Tailoring trehshovnye skirt

Theme 4. Modelling and tailoring of skirts with unfastened front panel

1. Skirt-portfolio

1.1. Feature products

1.2. Modelling skirts-portfolio

1.3. Layout patterns skirts-portfolio on the fabric

1.4. Sewing skirts-portfolio

2. The skirt is unfastened from the front panel

2.1. Feature products

2.2. Modelling skirts unfastened from the front panel

2.3. The layout pattern of the skirt is unfastened from the front panel on the fabric

2.4. Tailoring of the skirt is unfastened from the front panel

3. Modelling and tailoring of skirts with a smell

3.1. Feature products

3.2. Modeling skirt

3.3. Layout of patterns on fabric

3.4. Sewing a wrap skirt

3.5. Option of sewing a wrap skirt from natural silk

Topic 5. Skirt through buckle

1. Modeling a straight skirt with a through fastener through the middle of the front

1.1. Feature products

1.2. Modeling a straight skirt with a through fastener through the middle of the front

1.3. The layout pattern of the front panels on the fabric

2. Modeling straight skirt through an asymmetrical closure

2.1. Feature products

2.2. Modeling straight skirt through an asymmetrical closure

2.3. The layout patterns of the front cloth skirts on the fabric

3. Modeling a flared skirt with a symmetrical end-to-end front zipper

3.1. Feature products

3.2. Modeling a flared skirt with a symmetrical end-to-end front zipper

3.3. Layout of patterns on fabric

3.5. Tailoring flared skirt with front zipper

4. Modeling and tailoring flared skirt with cross front closure with slanted pockets

4.1. Feature products

4.2. Modeling flared skirt with cross front closure with slanted pockets

4.3. Simulation of slanted pocket and zipper on vertical loops on the flared skirt

4.4. Layout of patterns on fabric flared skirt with cross front closure with slanted pockets

4.5. Tailoring flared skirt with cross front closure with slanted pockets

Topic 1. App

1. How to starch fabric

2. Manufacturer of oblique stripes and their connection

3. Examples of the use of edges in the finish

Theme 2. App

1. Requirements for ready to easy women's dress

1.1. Width of seam allowances in processed form

1.2. Tuck

1.3. Piping

1.4. Podbot

1.5. Collar

1.6. Stand

1.7. Cuff

1.8. Coquette

1.9. Loop

1.10. Width of bottom hem

1.11. All the details in the products of synthetic fabrics

1.12. The smocking and waffles

1.13. The neckline and armholes

Theme 3. App

1. The execution of fasteners on the tape "lightning"

1.1. Performing zipper in the seam on the tape "lightning" under crease

1.2. Performing a hidden zipper in the seam on the tape "lightning"

2. Performing slot on the product unlined

2.1. The open slots

2.2. The implementation of closed slots

3. Performing a lining for the skirt

4. Hanger for skirt

5. The implementation of the waistband to the skirt

6. Fitting skirts

6.1. Preparing the skirt to the fitting

6.2. First fitting skirt

6.3. Oskarovka skirt

6.4. The second fitting skirt

7. Elimination of defects of the landing skirt

8. The implementation of seam "eight"

9. Execution talayeh tucks

10. Alignment-hem the bottom of the product

11. How to sew a button

12. The calculation of the length of the loop

13. Obecnie loop

13.1. The underwear run loop manually

13.2. The execution of the loop with the "eye" manually

13.3. The implementation of the sartorial loop manually

13.4. Execution obmennoi loops on the sewing machine

13.5. Execution dressmaker loops on the sewing machine

Topic 4. App

1. Execution oblasnoy loop two obrazkami

2. Execution oblachnykh loops on the items of costume and dress fabrics for the medium-sized buttons

3. Execution oblachnykh loops one facing on a loose suiting and overcoat fabrics

4. Making oblachnykh loops from podborta

5. Machining corners on the parts of two or more layers of fabric

Topic 5. App

1. Patch pocket "accordion" (pocket portfolio)

1.1. A curved patch pocket "accordion"

1.2. Rectangular patch pocket "accordion"

2. Patch pocket with straight corners

2.1. The drawing surface-mounted pocket with straight corners

2.2. Tailoring surface-mounted pocket with straight corners

3. Invoice pentagonal pocket

3.1. Drawing the pentagonal surface of the pocket and the layout on the fabric

3.2. Tailoring surface of a pentagonal pocket

4. Patch pocket with rounded corners

4.1. The drawing surface-mounted pocket with rounded corners and the layout on the fabric

4.2. Tailoring surface-mounted pocket with rounded corners

5. Patch pocket on lining

5.1. Drawing overlay pocket on the lining

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