Technological sequence of dress processing

Appearance description

Dress (top) for women, everyday or elegant, adjacent or semi-adjacent silhouette (depending on the degree of extensibility of the knitted fabric). The sleeve is sewn in, the basic cut is long, 2/3 of the length or short, not detachable along the waist line. On large sizes, the adjacent silhouette form is provided by a shaping element – a chest tuck. The cut of the neck of the dress can be finished with a facing, oblique trim or edged.

Materials. Dress and top can be made from knitted fabric, practically any surface density and fibrous composition.

Parts specification

MAIN MATERIAL

1. The front of the dress and top (shelf) – 1 piece (with a fold)

2. The back of the dress and top (back) – 1 piece (with a fold)

3. Sleeve long or ¾ length or short – 2 parts

Attention! After you decide on the option for processing the neck, you will need to cut out the facing of the neck of the shelf and back or a bias trim, or buy an edging braid.

Attention! Darts on the front of the dress (top) only on sizes 52 and up.

When cutting, add allowances for the side seams, the bottom seam of the sleeve and the seam for sewing the sleeves into the armhole – 1 cm, along the turning line of the cut of the neckline, the seam allowance will depend on the processing option you have chosen (if facing or oblique trim – 0.7 cm; if the cut will be edged, then the seam allowance is not necessary.On the bottom cut of the dress – 4 cm, on the bottom cut of the top – 1.5 cm. The seam allowance to the bottom cut of the sleeve is 1.5 cm.

The average material consumption depends on the size of the product and the width of the knitted fabric and the length of the sleeve. Options for laying out parts on the canvas are shown in the figures.

Now on sale there are knitted fabrics with a width of two meters. With this width, it will take about a meter to cut a long sleeve dress into small sizes and height.

For large sizes and heights with a web width of 140 cm, for large sizes and heights, it will take from 1.5 to 2.0 meters, depending on the length of the sleeve.

For the manufacture of a top, at least 1.0 m if the sleeve is short and 1.3 m if it is long. Attention! If you are making a top for a tall lady or are not sure about the length, then it makes sense to buy 20-30 cm more material.

Variants of laying out the details of the cut

Technological sequence of dress processing

The processing technology of the product depends on the equipment you have.

Option 1. If you use an overcasting machine (overlock) to connect the parts, then it must be set to the stitching and overcasting stitching option (pull up the needle thread).

Option 2. If you use a classic set of equipment: a lockstitch machine and an overlock, then you can not change anything in the edge stitch settings, but be sure to increase the stitch length of the universal machine (no more than 2 in 1 cm stitches)

Option 3. If your sewing machine allows you to sew knitted seams, this is just the option when you should try it.

Processing technology according to option 2.

1. Sweep and then stitch the tucks on the shelf (if the dress (top) is large.

2. Baste, and then stitch and overcast the details of the front and back along the shoulder sections.

3. Process the cut of the neck according to the proposed options (Fig. 1)

Option 1.

– Stitch the neckline along the side cuts. Iron the seam allowances.

– Iron the piping lengthwise (back to back).

– Sweep, and then sew it into the neck from the front side. Overcast the cuts.

Attention! Do a sample. If the seam comes out on the front side, stitch the seam allowances to the neck.

Option 2.

– Stitch the neckline along the side cuts. Iron the seam allowances.

– Overcast the bottom edge of the facing.

– Turn the neckline with a stitch.

– Adjust the seam allowances of the turn to the turn.

– Iron the necks when finished.

Attention! Before choosing the second processing option, check the length of the cut of the neck (the ability to freely dress over the head). When turning it with a turning, the cut loses elasticity !!!

How to design a facing is shown in Fig.2.

Option 3.

Trim the neckline with a special edging tape or bias tape.

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4. Baste and then stitch the front and back pieces along the side cuts.

5. Baste, and then stitch and overcast the details of the sleeves along the lower sections.

6. Baste and then stitch the sleeves into the armholes. Overcast the cuts.

7. Overcast the lower sections of the sleeves (Fig. 3) and dress (top).

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8. Process the lower sections of the sleeves and the dress (top) with a seam in the hem with an open swept cut.

Note. As a processing option, you can process the neckline and lower sections of the sleeves and dress with edging braid made of artificial leather. Looks great!

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