Hello, Sara here from BC. Since I’ve discovered the oversized gathered sleeve hack, I’ve been using it for numerous projects. For part 2 of the tutorial, I will cover how to adjust set-in shoulder pattern to a drop shoulder and how to attach the oversized gathered sleeve.
Alright, before I go any further, here’s the link the sleeve hack tutorial part 1.
And I’ve used my Gilbert Top to show how to do it.
You will also need any patterns with your favourite neckline.
I used Viscose Crepe fabric from Blackbird Fabrics and Cotton and Steel Rayon (designed by Rifle Paper Co.) from my online fabric shop.
My sewing machine
Bernette B38 Swiss Design Computerized Sewing Machine
LDH Scissors and thread snip
Flat Head Pins
Wash-away Wonder Tape
So, I strongly recommend watching video if you have things that you couldn’t understand.
To begin, we will draw a new pattern with a drop shoulder from a pattern with a set-in shoulder
Trace the center and the neckline
smooth the slope
Trace the shoulder extending the length to 9″-11″
Mine is 11″
From the end of the shoulder, draw an armscye at 90 degrees
*The 90-degree angle ensures a straight armscye
My measurement of armscye is 12″
Extend the side seam to your preferred length
The more flattened the shoulder, the more oversized your bodice will be
Trace the neckline and the center of the ORIGINAL PATTERN
Match up the beginning points of the shoulder seams of both patterns pieces, making sure the center seams are parallel to each other
Trace the shoulder, armscye, and side seams
Trace the center and the neckline of the ORIGINAL PATTERN
Match up the beginning points of the shoulder seams of both patterns pieces making sure the center seams are parallel to each other
Trace the shoulder
Trace a few inches of the armscye
Trace and extend the bottom of ORIGINAL YOKE pattern
Back Bodice With Yoke
Trace the seam allowance (5/8″) from the NEW YOKE pattern
We need the stitch line mark on NEW FRONT pattern
Match the shoulder of NEW FRONT and NEW YOKE
And the mark 5/8″ away from the bottom of NEW YOKE
Parallel the centers and match the marks
Trace the rest of the armscye and the side seam from the NEW FRONT pattern
If the armscye is straight, your NEW BACK BODICE pattern drawing is successful!
Make sure to modify all pattern elements related to the shoulder
Trace the neckline and the center of the ORIGINAL FRONT FACING
Trace the shoulder of the NEW FRONT BODICE
Trace the rest of the ORIGINAL FRONT FACING
Sleeve + Cuff Band
My measurements are 25″ x 10″ (Sleeve) 14″ x 3″ (Cuff Band)
You can adjust the width and length of your SLEEVE
You can also adjust the width of your Cuff Band
This step is right after the ‘Burrito’ was pulled out
The collar looks nice
You can see the armscye is straight
Pin and sew the armscye and the sleeve RST (Right Side Together)
Enjoy the process of making your own hybrid piece!
I really wish methods you can benefit from these methods! I will see you in the next post!
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