Recommended fabrics: natural or artificial knitted fabric.
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 detail
2. Back part – 1 detail
3. Stand-up collar – 2 details
4. Back armhole facing – 1 detail
5. Front armhole facing – 1 detail
6. Side stripe – 2 details
Fusible interfacing: front armhole facing, back armhole facing.
Our advice: To make the fabric along stitched seams stretch, sew details with narrow zigzag or with special stretchable stitches. To make the hem stretch, oversew hem allowance with special oversew stitches (overlock), and then sew it using double needle. This is also attachable to other edges that should stay elastic. These recommendations are not for industry.
1. Strengthen front armhole facing and back armhole facing with fusible interfacing
2. Sew back center seam.
3. Sew darts into front part and back part.
4. Oversew darts into the front part.
5. Sew side stripe to side back edge.
6. Sew side stripe to side front edge.
7. Sew shoulder edges, with braid between them.
8. Sew shoulder edges of front/back part facings.
9. Oversew lower edge of facings.
10. Sew side edges of front/back facings.
11. Face armhole with facing.
12. Turn the facing into the wrong side so that it folds the seam and makes the edging. Press the armhole.
13. Make decorative stitch along the armhole.
14. Sew facing outer edge to side and shoulder seams.
15. Overstitch the collar along the collar fall.
16. Sew collar center seam.
17. Make loops for the string on the outer collar.
18. Turn the inner collar into wrong side. Make stitches for the string into collar right side.
19. Sew the collar with the neckline.
20. Pull the string into the collar.
21. Oversew the hem.
22. Fold under the hem allowance and topstitch.