2518 General Directions e

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The Pattern
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SYMBOLS
GRAIN LINE Place on
straight grain of fabric
parallel to selvage
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12A
PLACE SOLID LINE on
fold of fabric.
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CENTER FRONT OR
BACK of garment.
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DOTS
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1-FRONT -A,B
2-POCKET -A
3-LOWER POCKET -A
4-NECK BAND -A,B
5-BACK -A,B
6-BACK FACING -A,B
7-HAT CROWN -A
8-HAT BAND -A
9-HAT TIE END -A
10-HAT CROWN -B,C
11-HAT TOP -B,C
12(12A,12B) -FRONT AND BACK -C
13-NECK FACING -C
14-SLEEVE -C
15-COLLAR FRONT -C
16-COLLAR BACK -C
17-VEIL -C
18-FRONT AND BACK -D,E
19-FRONT AND BACK FACING -D,E
20-ELASTIC GUIDE FOR NECKLINE -D,E
21-ELASTIC GUIDE FOR WAIST -D,E
22-SCARF -E
B
B
C
E
C
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✻
pattern printed
side up
Trim enclosed
seams into layers
Trim corners
Clip inner
curves
SELS.
USE PIECES 6 10 11
22" TO 25" (55CM TO 64CM) FUSIBLE
ALL SIZES
11 6
10
10
SELS.
C COSTUME
NOTE: BEFORE CUTTING FABRIC JOIN PIECE IN PARENTHESIS TO
CORRESPONDING PIECE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS ON TISSUE PATTERN.
To Quick Mark:
PIN pattern to fabric as shown in Cutting
Layouts.
• FOR DOUBLE THICKNESS: Fold
fabric with RIGHT sides together.
• Snip edge of fabric to mark
notches, ends of fold lines and
center lines.
• Pin mark dots.
• FOR SINGLE THICKNESS: Place
fabric RIGHT side up.
• FOR PILE, SHADED OR ONE WAY
DESIGN FABRICS: Use “with nap”
layouts
SPECIAL CUTTING NOTES
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If layout
shows a piece
extending past
fold, cut out all
pieces except
piece that
extends.
Open out
fabric to single
thickness. Cut
extending
piece on
RIGHT side of
fabric in
position
shown.
Mark small
✻
arrows along both
selvages indicating
direction of nap or
design. Fold fabric
crosswise with
RIGHT sides
together, and cut
along fold (a).
Turn one fabric
layer around so
arrows on both
layers go in the
same direction.
Place RIGHT sides
together (b).
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SELS.
11
22" TO 25" (55CM TO 64CM) FUSIBLE
ALL SIZES
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10
SELS.
4
8
FOLD
6
FOLD
12
INTERFACING
12A
12B
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SEL.
USE PIECE 6
6
22" TO 25" (55CM TO 64CM) FUSIBLE
ALL SIZES
SEL.
FOLD
B COSTUME- CUT CROSSWISE OF
LENGTHWISE STRIPE ONLY
SELVAGE
6
SEL.
4 11
10
FOLD
CROSSWISE FOLD
SELS.
5
44" 45" (115CM)
WITH NAP
SIZES S M L XL
SELVAGE
USE PIECE 13
13
22" TO 25" (55CM TO 64CM) FUSIBLE
ALL SIZES
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18
SELVAGES
SEL.
19
18
SELVAGES
FOLD
1
CROSSWISE FOLD
USE PIECES 1 4 5 6 10 11
FOLD
NECK FACING INTERFACING
SELVAGES
SELVAGES
SELVAGES
✻
5
44" 45" (115CM)
WITH NAP
SIZE XS
DOUBLE THICKNESS
1
SEL.
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44" 45" (115CM)
WITH NAP
ALL SIZES
3
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2
9
SELVAGES
SELVAGE
b.
USE PIECES 10 11
SELVAGES
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SELVAGE
HAT INTERFACING
USE PIECES 18 19
PIECES 20 AND 21 ARE CUT OF ELASTIC
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a.
SELVAGES
D,E COSTUME
44" 45" (115CM)
WITH NAP
ALL SIZES
A COSTUME
Notch outer
curves
CIRCLE your cutting layout.
SELVAGE
USE PIECES 12 (12A 12B) 13 14 17
NOTE: DETERMINE FINISHED LENGTH BEFORE CUTTING
44" 45" (115CM)
WITH NAP
ALL SIZES
SEW garment following Sewing Directions.
PIN or machine-baste seams matching notches.
STITCH 5/8" (1.5 cm) seams unless otherwise stated.
PRESS seams open unless otherwise indicated clipping when necessary so
seams will lie flat.
• TRIM seams to reduce bulk, as shown below.
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•
•
•
INTERFACING
See
SPECIAL
CUTTING
NOTES
POSITION OF PATTERN PIECES MAY VARY SLIGHTLY ACCORDING
TO YOUR PATTERN SIZE
USE PIECES 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
CUT ONE OF PIECE 2
Sewing
AFTER CUTTING:
Transfer markings to WRONG side
of fabric before removing pattern.
Use pin and chalk method or
dressmaker’s tracing paper and
wheel.
SELS.
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HAT AND COLLAR
SELVAGES
USE PIECES 10 11 15 16
16
44" 45" (115CM)
WITH NAP
ALL SIZES
16
10
15
11
15
FOLD
E SCARF
USE PIECE 22
44" 45" (115CM)
WITH NAP
ALL SIZES
SELVAGES
22
FOLD
CROSSWISE
FOLD
pattern printed
side down
When lengthen or shorten lines are
not given, make adjustments at
lower edge of pattern.
CROSSWISE
FOLD
Cutting
Layouts
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C
E
SEAM ALLOWANCE: 5/8" (1.5cm)
unless otherwise stated is included but
not printed on MULTI-SIZE PATTERNS.
Mark your size with colored felt tip pen.
See chart on tissue for how to use MULTISIZE PATTERNS.
BEFORE CUTTING:
PRESS pattern pieces with a warm dry
iron. PRE-SHRINK fabric by pre-washing
washables or steam-pressing nonwashables.
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A
TO SHORTEN:
At lengthen or
shorten lines,
make an even
pleat taking up
amount needed.
Tape in place.
LENGTHEN OR
SHORTEN LINES
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A
D
CUTTING LINE
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B
A
Cutting/Marking
ADJUST IF NEEDED
Make adjustments before placing
pattern on fabric.
TO LENGTHEN:
Cut pattern
between
lengthen or
shorten lines.
Spread pattern
evenly, the
amount needed
and tape to
paper.
NOTCHES
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DOUBLE THICKNESS
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English
2518
Sewing Directions
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OUTER
INNER
FABRIC
KEY
RIGHT SIDE
WRONG SIDE
INTERFACING
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10. Fuse interfacing to WRONG side of back facing, following
manufacturer’s directions.
To EDGE FINISH unnotched edge...stitch 1/4" (6mm) from
edge, turn under along stitching and stitch OR zig-zag over
the edge OR overlock/serge over the edge.
LINING
Read General Directions on page 1 before you begin.
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Sewing procedures ITALICIZED in Sewing Directions are defined below:
CLIP CURVES
11. With RIGHT sides together, pin back facing to neck and
shoulder edges (over front), matching centers back and small
dots. Stitch shoulder and neck edges, pivoting with needle in
fabric at small dots. Trim back neck seam and corners.
Clip front shoulder seam allowance at end of facing.
CLIP CURVES to make seams lie flat.
Inner Curve - Make little clips, or snips, in the seam
allowance just to, but not through, the stitching.
Outer Curve - Cut little wedge-shaped notches from seam
allowance.
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TRIM CORNERS - so the finished corner will form a sharp
point when turned RIGHT side out. Cut off excess seam
allowance at point and at each side.
TRIM CORNERS
12. Turn facing to INSIDE; press, pressing shoulder seams open.
COSTUME A, B
FOR VIEW A-
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1. Press under 1/4" (6mm) on upper edge of pocket.
Turn upper edge to OUTSIDE along fold line, forming facing.
Stitch along seam line on raw edges; trim to 1/4" (6mm).
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13. On OUTSIDE, top-stitch 1-1/8” (2.8cm) from back neck edge
and 1/4” (6mm) from first stitching, connecting to previous
stitching on front neck edge, as shown.
2. Turn facing to INSIDE, turning under raw edges along
stitching; press.
Stitch facing close to inner edge and 1/4” (6mm) above first
stitching.
3. Prepare the two lower pockets same as pocket, see steps
1 and 2.
On OUTSIDE, pin pocket to LEFT front, placing upper
corners at upper large dots. Pin lower pockets to fronts,
placing upper corners at remaining large dots, as shown.
Stitch close to side and lower edges and 1/4” (6mm) away,
back-stitching at upper edge to reinforce.
Stitch along stitching lines as shown, back-stitching at upper
edge to reinforce.
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14. Press up hem allowance at sleeve edges. Press under 1/4"
(6mm) on raw edge.
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15. Pin front to back at underarm, matching notches and large
dots, having raw edges even.
Open out hem allowance at back edge of sleeve and turn it
over front hem so that all edges are even. Pin entire
underarm seam.
Stitch underarm seam above large dot, back-stitching at large
dot to reinforce seam.
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CONTINUE AS FOLLOWS FOR A,B
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4. To reinforce front neck line, stitch 5/8” (1.5cm) from raw edge
and along stitching lines at center.
Clip to reinforced stitching at center front, being careful not to
clip stitching.
16. Clip seam to stitching at end of sleeve hem, as shown. Trim
seam in hem area. CLIP CURVES.
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17. Turn hem back in place. Press underarm seam open. Stitch
hem in place and 1/4” (6mm) from first stitching.
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5. Press under neck edge along stitching.
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18. Press up hem. Press under 1/4" (6mm) on raw edge.
Stitch hem in place and 1/4" (6mm) from first stitching.
Press under 5/8" (1.5cm) on slit opening edges.
Press under 1/4" (6mm) on raw edge; stitch, squaring
stitching 1/4" (6mm) above opening.
6. With WRONG sides together, fold band in half lengthwise,
matching notches; press. Machine-baste raw edges together.
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7. Lap ends of neck band, lapping LEFT over RIGHT, matching
large dots at center front, having raw edges even; pin.
Machine-baste ends of neck band together along seam line,
basting through all thicknesses. Machine-baste neck band
vertically through center where folded edges meet, as shown.
FOR VIEW A-
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8. On OUTSIDE, pin pressed neck edge of top along seam line
on band, matching centers and notches.
Top-stitch close to pressed edge of top and 1/4” (6mm) from
first stitching, as shown.
9. Baste front to back at shoulder seams, matching small dots.
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19. Machine-stitch hat band 3/8" (1cm) from long edges between
notches, as shown. Clip to stitching between notches, being
careful not to clip stitching.
HAT BAND
HAT CROWN
HAT CROWN
20. With RIGHT sides together, pin hat crown to hat band,
placing at center fold at large dot, matching notches, having
raw edges even.
Stitch in 3/8" (1cm) seam. With RIGHT sides together, stitch
remaining hat crown to hat band in the same manner.
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21. Fold tie end in half, lengthwise, with RIGHT sides together.
Stitch in 3/8" (1cm) seam, leaving end with large and small
dots open.
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5. Turn facing to INSIDE. Press. Baste facing to garment close
to outer edge. On OUTSIDE, stitch as basted.
22. Turn tie end RIGHT side out; press.
On OUTSIDE, pin tie ends to hat, matching large and small
dots, having raw edges even. Baste.
6. Stitch sleeve to armhole edge of front and back. Press.
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7. Pin front to back at entire underarm seam, matching seams
and large dots. Stitch seam from large dot to edge of sleeve,
back-stitching at large dot to reinforce.
Press up sleeve hem.
Press under 1/4" (6mm) on raw edge.
Stitch close to inner pressed edge.
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23. Fold hat along fold line, with RIGHT sides together, matching
seams, having raw edges even.
Stitch lower edge in a 3/8" (1cm) seam, leaving an opening
large enough to turn. Trim seam.
Continue same as Views A, B, see step 18.
8. Separate Velcro® strip for neckline and place just below neck
edge, stitching the fuzzy half to WRONG side of RIGHT back
opening edge.
Stitch LEFT back opening edge just over one long edge of
loopy side of Velcro® in same manner. (Note that the loopy
side extends beyond the back opening edge...this is to
reduce bulk at back opening.
24. Turn hat RIGHT side out. Press.
On OUTSIDE, stitch close to lower edges.
FOR VIEW B-
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9. Stitch collar front to collar back at shoulder seams.
25. Fuse interfacing to WRONG side of each hat top and hat
crown section, following manufacturer’s directions.
With WRONG sides together, baste top sections together and
crown sections together.
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10. Stitch facing same as collar.
With RIGHT sides together, stitch collar to facing, leaving an
opening at one side of center back large enough for turning.
TRIM CORNERS. CLIP CURVES.
26. Stitch center back seam of hat crown. Press. Pin crown to
top, matching centers and notches, clipping seam allowance
of crown where necessary. Stitch. Trim seam. Press.
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27. On OUTSIDE, place ribbon over lower seam allowance,
having inner edge of ribbon along seam line, turning under
and lapping one end of ribbon at center back. Stitch ribbon
close to inner edge. Trim seam close to stitching, being
careful not to cut ribbon.
11. Turn collar RIGHT side out. Press. Slip-stitch opening closed.
Attach Velcro® for collar same as for garment,
see step 8.
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12. To narrow hem all edges of veil, press under 5/8" (1.5cm).
Tuck under raw edge to meet crease; press. Stitch hem close
to inner pressed edge.
With WRONG sides together, fold veil along fold line. Press.
28. Press ribbon to INSIDE along stitching. Slip-stitch inner edge
of ribbon to INSIDE of crown.
COSTUME C
1
2
NOTE: You have cut two hat top and two hat crown sections of
the same fabric. One top and one crown will be referred
to as facing.
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1. Fuse interfacing to WRONG side of neck facing, following
manufacturer’s directions.
13. Fuse interfacing to WRONG side of each hat top and hat
crown section, following manufacturer’s directions. Machinestitch 5/8'' (1.5cm) from notched edge of each hat crown
section.
To EDGE FINISH unnotched edge...stitch 1/4" (6mm) from
edge, turn under along stitching and baste OR zig-zag over
the edge OR overlock/serge over the edge.
2. With RIGHT sides together, pin facing to back and neck edge,
matching small dots and centers.
Baste along center back line. Stitch along stitching lines on
back of facing and along seam line at neck edge, pivoting
with needle in fabric at small dots, as shown. To reinforce
inner point, stitch over first stitching.
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3. Slash back between stitching to small dot at the point, being
careful not to clip through stitching. TRIM CORNERS and
seam; CLIP CURVES.
4. To understitch, press facing away from garment; press seam
toward facing. Facing side up, stitch close to seam through
facing and seam allowances as far as possible.
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14. Stitch center back seam of hat crown. Press. Pin crown to
top, matching centers and notches, clipping seam allowance
of crown where necessary to conform to the shape of the top.
Stitch. Trim seam. Press.
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15. Stitch seams of hat facing sections in same manner as for
hat. With RIGHT sides together, pin facing to hat, matching
centers and seams. Stitch lower edge leaving an opening to
turn.
16. Turn hat RIGHT side out. Press. Slip-stitch opening edges
together invisibly.
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7. Cut elastic the length of elastic guide for neckline and the
length of elastic guide for waist.
Insert corresponding piece of elastic through casings in
openings at side of facing. Overlap ends of elastic 1" (2.5cm)
and hold with a safety pin. Try on garment and adjust to fit.
Stitch ends of elastic together securely.
Slip-stitch opening edges of each casing together.
Distribute fullness evenly.
TIP-To secure elastic so it won’t twist in wearing, stitch
through all thicknesses of casing in the groove of each seam.
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17. Open out veil. With RIGHT sides together and short portion
of veil toward top of hat, pin veil to front of hat, placing fold
line along placement line on hat, matching small dots. Handsew veil to hat along fold line, between small dots.
Smooth veil over top, matching centers. Hand-sew end of veil
to top of hat.
To wear, turn long edge of veil over hat, as shown on pattern
envelope.
FOR VIEW DCut lower edge of garment in a wavy pattern, using pattern
envelope as a guide.
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FOR VIEW E8. Press up hem.
COSTUME D, E
Press under 1/4" (6mm) on raw edge.
Stitch close to inner pressed edge.
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1. Stitch front and back sections together at side seams. Press
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9. On OUTSIDE, pin ribbon to garment, having lower edge of
ribbon 2" (5cm) above lower edge of garment. Turn under
and lap one end at one side seam. Stitch ribbon close to long
edges.
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10. Stitch scarf sections together at ends with pleat markings.
Press.
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2. Stitch front and back facing sections together at side seams,
leaving open between each set of small dots. Press seams
open. Press under each shoulder seam allowance and 1/4"
(6mm) at lower edge.
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4. To understitch, press facing away from garment; press seam
toward facing. Facing side up, stitch close to seam through
facing and seam allowances as far as possible.
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5. Turn garment WRONG side out. Press. With RIGHT sides
together, stitch shoulder seam of garment, being careful not
to catch in pressed edges of facing. Trim seam. Press.
6. Slip-stitch pressed edges of facing together at shoulder.
Pin facing to garment.
Stitch facing close to lower pressed edge. To form casings,
stitch 5/8" (1.5cm) from neck edge and previous stitching at
lower edge.
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11. With RIGHT sides together, fold scarf in half lengthwise,
matching seams. Stitch, leaving an opening in one edge
large enough for turning. TRIM CORNERS.
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3. Pin facing to garment at armhole and neck edges, leaving
shoulder edge open. Trim seam; CLIP CURVES.
12. Turn scarf RIGHT side out. Press. Slip-stitch opening closed.
To make pleats, on OUTSIDE, fold along solid lines.
Bring folds to broken lines; pin.
Baste across pleats 3/8" (1cm) on each side of seam.
On OUTSIDE, pin one piece of ribbon to each end of scarf,
having lower edge of ribbon 2" (5cm) in from finished edge,
turning under 1/2" (1.3cm) at each end. Stitch ribbon close to
long edges.
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13. With RIGHT sides face up, pin scarf to shoulder, as shown,
matching seams, having outer edges even. Stitch scarf 3/8"
(1cm) from each side of shoulder seam and close to edges.
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14. Make thread loops at side seams and centers of front and
back at waist casing each large enough to insert cord twice.
Using pattern envelope as a guide, starting at front, thread
cord through front and side loops, criss-crossing through
center back loop and back again to front through side loops.
With garment on, criss-cross cords in front, wrap around back
and tie in front at your waistline. If desired, make thread loops
at side seams at your waist. Knot each end of cord.
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