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THIS PPT CONTAINS ALL THE NECESSARY DETAILS NEEDED TO CONSTRUCT A BABA SUIT.

THIS PPT CONTAINS ALL THE NECESSARY DETAILS NEEDED TO CONSTRUCT A BABA SUIT.

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  • 1. BABY FROCK INTRODUCTION This is garment worn by girls of age groups 3 and more. It is also called A-line frock. It is worn in summer.
  • 2. FLAT PATTERN
  • 3.
    • MEASUREMENTS REQUIRED
    • Chest=20”
    • Back width=9”
    • Back waist length=9”
    • Frock length=18”
    • Short sleeve length=4.5”
    • Lower arm circumference=8”
    • Full sleeve length=13”
    • Wrist circumference=5.5”
    • Hip=21”
    • Waist to hip=4”
  • 4. FABRIC REQUIREMENT Fabric width=36” A-Line frock: Frock length+5”=23” A-Line frock with sleeve and collar: Frock length+sleeve length+6”=28.5 ” Frock with plain bodice, gathered skirt, peterpan collar and puff sleeve: Twice frock length+sleeve length+9”=49.5”
  • 5.
    • FABRIC TYPE
    • Poplin
    • Rubea
    • Lone
    • Cambric
    • Satin
    • Terricott
    • Net
  • 6. DRAFTING PROCEDURE
  • 7.
    • BASIC BODICE
    • Construct rectangle ABCD with the following measurements
    • AB=1/4(chest + 5” ease allowance) =6.25”
    • AD=BC=back waist length+1/2”.
    • Mark AG=1/2 back width=4.5”
    • AF=1/12 Chest
    • AH=1”
    • AJ=1/12 chest+1/4”= AF+1/4”
    • GK=1”
    • Connect HF with a bold line as shown. This is the back neck line.
    • Connect JF with dotted line as shown. This is the front neck line.
    • Connect FK with a straight line. This is the shoulder seam.
    • Mark BL=1/4 chest=5”
    • Draws GO parallel to and equal to BL.
    • Mark KX=1/3 KO and XY=1/2”.
    • Connect KXL as shown with a bold line. This is the back armscye line.
    • Mark CM=1/2”.connect LM. This is the side seam.
  • 8.
    • BABY FROCK
    • This is adopted from the bodice pattern as below.
    • Trace the basic front bodice pattern on a large sheet of
    • paper and label it as JFKLMD.
    • Extend the center front line JD till T taking DT=skirt length.
    • Draw TT1=L1L+1 to 1.5” depending on the flare required.
    • Connect LT1 with a straight line.
    • Mark LU=L1T.
    • Connect TU as shown for hem line.
    • If you desire to have shaping near the waistline, connect
    • MU and take LMU as the side seam.
  • 9.
    • SEAM ALLOWANCE:
    • Leave ¼” for neckline and collar
    • Leave 3” for skirt hem
    • Leave 1” for sleeve hem.
    • Leave ½” for all other seams
  • 10. CONSTRUCTION PROCEDURE
    • Join shoulder seams
    • Finish placket opening at the back
    • Finish the neckline with shaped facing
    • Finish the side seams
    • Finish bottom hem
  • 11. LAY OUT
  • 12. VARIATIONS
  • 13.  
  • 14.
    • THANK YOU