You will need: jersey or fleece; cord for collar; 2 holders for cord.
Attention! Fabric consumption varies depending on the size of garment. First of all, print out paper patterns and lay them out at the width of fabric/ knit you plan to use, to see how much fabric you will need.
When sewing the garment, pay attention to notches- they must coincide.
1. Front part - 1 piece
2. Upper front insert - 1 piece
3. Middle front insert - 1 piece
4. Lower front part - 1 piece
5. Back part - 1 piece
6. Upper back part - 1 piece
7. Middle back part - 1 piece
8. Lower back part - 1 piece
9. Upper sleeve - 2 pieces
10. Upper sleeve - 2 pieces
11. Sleeve middle insert - 2 pieces
12. Lower sleeve - 2 pieces
13. Collar - 1 piece
Advice: to prevent seam from stiffing, sew details with special (zig zag) stitch. To prevent hem from stiffing serge it with overlock and then stitch using double needle. Do the same for all edges which must stay elastic. The above is not for industrial manufacturing.
1. Stitch inserts to front part. Topstitch inserts. Stitch inserts to back part, then topstitch. Stitch inserts to sleeves, then topstitch sleeves. Stitch shoulder edges. Stitch sleeves into open armholes. Topstitch seams joining sleeves along armholes. Stitch side seams to sleeve seams leasing slit segments unstitched.
2. Make holes for cord into collar. Stitch the collar in ring, then fold it along the center. Topstitch for coulisse at 1.5 cm (5/8") from folding. Stitch the collar into neckline, with the seam that joins the collar, close to left shoulder edges. Topstitch the seam joining the collar with stretchable stitch.
3. Press garment/sleeve hems. Topstitch garment hem, slits and sleeve hems.
4. Press ready garment.
5. Pull the cord into collar.