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Dance Ice Gymnastics Sportswear

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3. Darts 4. Fold lines 5. Positions for pleats or gathers or Pockets 6. Buttonholes and buttons 7. Any other special markings used to construct the garment a. Transferring Pattern Marking: The fastest and most accurate way to transfer construction details from pattern to cloth is with dressmakers tracing paper or carbon use a tracing wheel and have the carbon mounted on a heavy cardboard to protect table surfaces. Details should be marked on the wrong side of the cloth where most construction lines are needed. Use white tracing paper wherever possible because it is safe. If carefully handled its mark lasts longer. The pigment in coloured tracing paper leaves a more permanent line. It can usually be removed by scrubbing, but ordinary washing methods and dry cleaning do not always remove it. Test a scrap of your clothes before marking the garment. Garment sections should have been cut with the right sides of the cloth together, or when cut from a single thickness, with the right side up, next to the pattern.

B. Draping on the stand: One of the main advantages of the technique is that by experimenting in draping material on to the stand, you can build up a desired effect before cutting in to the fabric. The illustrative stage of design can be delayed until after the experimental stage, the illustration in effect, being a record, of the artistry displayed on the stand.