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III.Thigh- Measured around the fullest part of the thigh in line with thecrotch.IV. Width of knee- Taken from the back creaseline to the frontcreaseline at the kneeline of the pants.V.Width of bottom- taken at the bottom of pants desired length.C.Rise MeasurementTechniques in taking the rise measurement:1.Use a ruler and a tape measure.2.Use a tailor’s square.3.Have the person seated and take the measurement at the side, fromthe waist down to the chair seat.Fundamental Lines Needed in Drafting the Pants Pattern311
Let’s Do it!LM-Dressmaking/ Grade 10____________________________________________________________________________Fundamental Lines in Pants PatternA.Front Part (Use red ink in drafting)1.From 1, measure 7½ cm upward to get A.2.From 1, apply the rise measurement to get 2.3.From 1, apply the length measurement to get 3.4.From 3, measure 3.8cm downward to get 4 for the fold allowance.Square out from1, 2, 3, and 4.5.From 2, apply ¼ seat measurement plus 1.9cm to the left to get 5.6.From 2, apply ¼ seat measurement plus 1.9cm to the right to get 6.7.From 1, measure 1.9cm to the right to get 7.8.From 7, apply ¼ waistline measurement to the right to get 8.9.From 7, apply ¼ waistline measurementplus 1.9cm to the left to get9.10. Get the measurement from 7 to 2 and apply this from 9 to get 10.11.From 8, measure 1½ cm upward to get B. Using a hip curve, draw aline to connect 7 to B and 9 to 10.312
LM-Dressmaking/ Grade 10____________________________________________________________________________12.From 5, measure 3.8cm to the right on line 2.13.From 10, measure 3.8 cm upward on line 9 to get 11. Using a frenchcurve, connect 5 and 11.14. Get the midpoint of 2 and 3 and mark this C.15. From C, measure 3.8cm upward for the knee cap.16. From the knee cap point, apply ¼knee measurement to the rightto get 12 and ¼ knee measurement to the left to get 13.17. From 3, 1pply ¼ bottom measurement to the right to get 14 and thesame measurement to the left to get 15.18. From 4, apply ¼ bottom measuremnt plus 1.9cm to the right to get16 and the same measurement to the left to get 17.19. Connect B, 8, and 6 with a hip curve turned outward. Connect 6and 12 with the hip curve turned inward.20. Draw a line downward connecting 12, 14, and 16. Draw anotherline downward connecting 13, 15, and 17.B.Back Part (Use blue ink in drafting)1. From 6, measure 2½ cm to the right to get 18.2. Get the midpoint of 8 and 6 and mark this D.3. From D, measure 3.8cm to the right to get E.4. From 12, measure 1.9cm to the right get 19.5. From 14, measure 1.9cm to the right to get 20.6.From 16, measure 1.9cm to the right to get 21. Connect E, 18, 19, 20,and 21.7.From F, apply ¼ waistline measurement plus 3.8cm to the left to get22.8. From 22, measure 3cm upward to get 23. Connect 23 and F.9. From 5, measure 3.8cm to the left (outside line) to get 24.10. From 24, measure 1¼ cm downward to get 25. Draw a line to 10then connect 11 to 25 using a French curve.11. From 13 and 15, measure 1.9cm to the left to get 26 and 27,respectively.

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