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Custom dressmaking frequently employs one of three pattern creation

 methods. The flat-pattern method begins with the creation of a sloper or block, a basic pattern for a fitted, jewel-neck bodice and narrow skirt, made to the wearer's measurements. The sloper is usually made of lightweight cardboard or tagboard, without seam allowances or style details. Once the shape of the sloper has been refined by making a series of mock-up garments called toiles (UK) or muslins (US), the final sloper can be used in turn to create patterns for many styles of garments with varying necklines, sleeves, dart placements, and so on.

The drafting method is more commonly employed in men's garments and involves drafting a pattern directly onto pattern paper using a variety of straightedges and curves.

 

 

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Mimi the Sardine
999 Andersen Dr # 110, San Rafael, CA 415 256-9222

Place To Sew
530 Mcconnell Ave, Santa Rosa, CA 707 566-4600

Rainbow Fabrics Crafts & Thing 

50 Bolinas Rd, Fairfax, CA 415 459-5100

Sew Crafty
1325 Callen St # C, Vacaville, CA 707 469-0739

Simplicity Kids Can Sew School
319 Marina Ctr, Suisun City, CA 707 427-1127

Wood Enterprises
1636 Caulfield Ln, Petaluma, CA 707 778-1306
 
 
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The pattern draping method is used for more elaborate and unique designs that are hard to obtain through the flat pattern method. It involves creating a muslin mock-up pattern by pinning fabric directly on a dress form, then transferring the muslin outline and markings onto a paper pattern or using the muslin as the pattern itself.
 
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