Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Puffed sleeves





Puffed sleeve has gathers at the armhole as well as at the sleeve round. There are several types of puffed sleeves. At the edge of the sleeve some will have sleeve band, some will have piping and some will have open gathers .Some will have more fullness at the top as well as at the bottom. Some will be tight the bottom and very loose at the top. Mutton leg sleeve will have more fullness at the top and will be tight fitting at the bottom. On the whole the shape of the puff sleeves depends upon the gathers.

Draw the outline of the basic plain sleeve on a brown paper and divide it in to 4 equal parts (fig 3) label them as 1, 2, 3 and 4 On another sheet of paper draw a line and arrange the four portions in the same order in the same order leaving gaps between each portion such that the new distance between J and J’ is 1½ times the original J-J’ measurement. Spaces between the four portions should be equal. Secure the portions to the sheet with pins.
Mark D’ ¾” above D and B’ ¾ below B and draw connecting lines between the four portions as shown by dotted line in the figure 5.cut along the line J’-B-J F- D-’F’and J’.T his is the draft of the puffed sleeve

3 comments:

casserole said...

This is a great tutorial! I posted a link to this tutorial (and the one showing how to draft a plain sleeve) on Craft Gossip Sewing:

http://sewing.craftgossip.com/tutorial-drafting-plain-sleeves-and-puff-sleeves/2009/11/18/

--Anne

vani said...

Thank you very much for your appreciation
vani

Natalie said...

I was just wondering how to do this and happened upon this. Thanks so much for sharing!