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INTERNATIONAL SYMBOLS These symbols have been devised for international use. An experienced seamstress will find that she can recognize the various pattern parts by their shape alone. However, if you are not familiar with identifying pattern shapes, always refer to this page when in doubt. You will become accustomed to these signs very quickly.

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FACING GUIDE D ividing Line between 2 different r>a1 tern diagrams Dividing line between BUST measurement and HIP measurement (see* at right) Prln1od In U.S A

Whenever there are other important mack.s on the pattern, we interrupt the double line for clarity. You must nevertheless consider this to be a continuous line, which must be cut all the way down or across. Make sure to allow scam allowance of 5/8" on both sides of the pattern before actually cutting the material.

*The H on the pattern indicates that beJow that broken line, you must adjust the e nlarger to yoo r HIP measurement. However, all waistline dots should be made while the enlarger ia set on BUST measurement. Pages 8 and 8

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Published by INSTITUTE OF PATTERN DESIGN INC. P.O. Box 1662 New York N.Y . 10022


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INTRODUCTION BE SURE 'l'O READ THIS PAGE CAREFULLY BEFORE MAKING YOUR FIRST PATTERN

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In your hands is the simplest, fastest, and surest system ever devised for making and cutting an accurate pattern to your own exact size. By following these easy, step-by-step instructions, you will be doing in minutes what would take profes..<;ional pattern makers years to learn. You will learn how to make your own conect fit patterns ... how to transfer darts and make minor adjustments to create fashions to suit your mdividual taste ... bow to create your own exclusive fashions or copy your favorite styles. The de luxe DOT PATI'ERN manual has over a hundred designs and a large variety of basic patterns. The complete value of this manual is not in the actual designs but in the pattern diagrams. Regardless bow fashion changes, sleeves, collars, bodices, etc. remain constant and you can make the style you want - now or twenty years from now! The DOT PATTERN system is the first truly important home sewing development in years. This system in conjunction wjth your own home sewing talent enables you t.o create the very latest expensive fashions at a fraction of their retail cost ... season after season, year after year. With DOT PATTERN you can always be sure that the dress you wear is exclusive and the only one in your community. Why? With tl1e large and comprehensive selection of interchangeable patterns which cover practically every style, you have the proper foundatjon to create and design your own garment. Simply select the sleeve from one model; a collar from another; and insert them into a bodice of your

choice ... or take the skirt or slacks from yet another model and "mix and match" the parts into a style of your own creation according to your own individual taste. DOT PATTERN doesn't stop here. With it comes a service to keep you perpetually on the "best dressed" list. The creators of DOT PATTERN constantly seek out the newest high-fashion seasonal styles from every fashion center of the world. These garments are available to you in four seasonal supplemen~ each year. Each fashion supplement contains at least 50 designs and hundreds of interchangeable patterns. The last page of this manual contains coupons for ordering the DOT PATTERN fashion supplements. INCHES AND CENTlMETERS: Don't be confused about the size of the numbers you find on the DOT PATTERN enlarging ruler and on the patterns. You will get used t.o them very quickly. The DOT PATIE RN system is based on centimeters. Just accept the centimeters as being numbers ... nothing but numbers. Your DOT PATTERN tape measure has inches on one side and centimeters on the other. Simply take your bust or hip measurement and read the number. Don't make the mistake of trying to convert into inches. When you have started with centimeters, FORGET INCHES. After a little practice with your first few simple patterns, you will find out how easy this system is. As you gain more experience and confidence, you should be able to draft patterns of your own design like a professional dressmaker.

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This is how the DOT PATTERN System works. With a selected miniatwe pattern as your guide, you will be marking several dots on a large sheet of paper or any other inexpensive pattern-making material (unbleached muslin, pellon, old bedsheets, wallpaper lining, etc.). You will be using the special DOT PATTERN enlarging ruler for correct placement of the dots. After all dots have been marked, you wilJ connect them using the DOT PATTERN French curve rule. What you will have is an exact duplicate of the selected pattern, enlarged to your size according to your own individual body measurements. NOW LET'S START ...

First ... Take your bust measurement. Place your DOT tape over the broadest part of your back and bring it forward and down to measure across the fullest part of the bust. (It is recommended that you do not take this measurement yourself).

Then ... Take your hip measurement. Place the tape over the broadest part of the buttocks and bring it forward and up to measure across the fullest part of the stomach. Note: for greatest accuracy, wear only your foundation garments when taking your bust and hip measurements.

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''DOT PATTERN'' Method of Transferring and Shifting Darts* In o rder to alter the size of patterns, it is of utmost importance to be able to shift darts. They must always point to the highest point (apex) of the curves of the body (bust, hips, etc.) in the corrected size, and they must end one to two inches short of the apex. The method of transfening and shifting is always the same, even when a dart has to be shifted only one inch. The key to the DOT method of shifting is the use of a " pivot" (the point where the center line of the old dart, when extended, crosses the center line of the desired new dart).

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Find your apex by measuring Lhe distance from the center of your shoulder seam to the highest. point of your bust on your body. Mark the point on the re-sized pattern.

Then measure from your underarm seam to the highest point of your bust on your body. Mark that point on the pattern. The point where the two marks meet on the pattern is the exact position of the apex.

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You may place the new dart in any position that suits your taste and compliments your figure. Draw a line for the new dart so that it points toward the apex and extends beyond it if necessary, until it is past the center line of the old dart.

Cut out the old dart on the lines you just made to the pivot. Then cut along the line of the desired new dart, also to the pivot. This will give you two pieces, enabling you to close the old dart. Seal it with scotch tape.

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2. When enlarging patterns for coats or jackets, set your enlarger two nurohers higher than your actual measurement, e.g.â&#x20AC;˘ ii your actual measurement is 96, set the enlarger to 98, etc.

6. The darts, where applicable. are indicated on the miniature patterns. To obtain the best results, mark and decide how much the darts must be taken in when you have your basted garment on you for the fitting. Thus you have ample opportunity for a perfect fit, due to the flexibility of adjusting the darts exactly to your individual taste.

3. To make facings, interfacings and linings on coats and heavier apparel, simply use the same patterns as used for the rest of the garment, as they must be of the same shape and size. (See diagram below.)

7. The waistbands, belts and expendable collars, the length of which can only be decided by your individual measurements, are marked with two extension arrows I w :- .. meaning that they must be adjusted accordingly .

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for hem) . Mark the length on your paper pattern, then use the same procedure for your back pattern. The length or width or any part of the pattern can if necessary be adjusted the same way by moving the dots in the desired direction before you cut the pattern.

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To avoid pleating lhe palf.ern for shoner torso for short-waisted people or splicing it for long-waisted people, simply move the waistline dot higher or lower. To find exactly where your 'vaistline is, measure from your center shoulder seam over the apex to the waistline and mark the same on the pattern. Then move the side seam waistline dot accordingly. Now draw a new lil1e fro m underarm dot to the new waistline dot and then continue to the botton1 of the pattern. Tl1e same waistline dot can also be moved in horizontal directions, either way, for wider or narrower waist. The flexibility of sucl1 movement of the waistline dot gives you an excel~ lent opportunity to style any basic line you desire.

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Mark space on floor or table top the same width as desired fabric. Place cut-out paper patterns for all parts of the garment on this space. Arrange so that all pieces are as close Logether as possible and the straight-of-grain arrows run m the proper direction. Be sure to allow for seams. Measure the length of space occupied by the patterns and you will have the correct size of material needed for your garment.

asseinbly of gar1nent Before cutting into fabric, pin paper patterns together and try on for size and fit. This will prevent mistakes in cutting and avoid waste of material. Be sure to allow for seams on the material before cutting. A good allowance is 5/8".

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PINNING & BASTING

1. Always pin before basting. When pinning l.wo pieces together, match the notches. Put the pins in perpendicular to the edge.

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3. Use diagonal or tailor's basting for collars and facings.

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9. When slip stitching lining, run the needle first into the upper creased edge and then into the other fold of material.

8. Hemming by slip stitches is invisible in both the wrong and right sides and is used for dress hems.

7 . Io bllod hemming, the stitches are similar to plain hemming stitches except that the spaces between lhe stitches are longer and the needle should catch up only a tiny thread of lhe material under the fold . T his stitch is used for dress hems.

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