Analyze the design of the transformation of Louisa Clark’s red dress mold so that she can read correctly. In this way it simplifies your work in the construction of the mold of this model.
This step is important to understand the basic mold transformation process.This dress has simple design and wears casual and very elegant. Click the links to make Louisa Clark’s red dress template to your size: SUMMERDRESSESSTORE.COM.
Louisa clark red dress step by step
On a sheet of white preference. Draw the base dress mold, front and back.
Draw the full height of the dress on the front and back.
Draw the rounded line from the beak to the chest on the front for the rotation of the clamp / pence.
Copy to paper the part of the rotation, part that is pink.
Glue and make the rotation, close the clamp / pence of the shoulder and open in the cell.
Draw the neckline on the front and remove 5 to 6 cm off the shoulder.
Draw the decorate on the back which you remove in the front strips off the back.
Draw the line on the clamp / pence of the back.
Draw guidelines to open the folds in the skirt on the front and back.
Copy the front and middle back parts to paper.
Glue the parts and allow room for the folds on the front and back, always keep in mind the more open the more volume does.
Draw and widen the bottom perimeter 8 to 12 cm.
Draw the new sides on the front and back.
Make whatever adjustments are necessary, so that the mold is as perfect as possible.
The base mold has no stitching value, it has to be added. This dress model looks good with fabric / fabric in silk, lace, knit, velvet, sable, satin, organza and all fabrics that have good trim. Slack 5% (example in a meter 5 cm clearance) to make this model, 2 and 20 cm of fabric are required. Two or one fabric height is required depending on the width of the piece.