Tutorial on Sewing a Basic Pattern Robe Using Furing
After taking a break from work for a few days and going out to take my child out it made me happier and more enthusiastic about doing my job as usual, namely sewing, so this time I received a pair of robes and a pair of children's dresses to sew this pair of dresses for me. it only takes about 4 hours if I don't do other work.
So the time I spent doing these stitches for two pairs of clothes, that is, half a day in the morning I worked for a while and from noon to evening for a short while, I spent more or less 6 hours working on these two pairs of clothes. I also adjust the wages that I receive from sewing clothes according to the conditions of the people here. I do not equate them with ordinary wages for sewing clothes.
Here I have 3 meters of cloth 2 meters for the robe and 1 meter for the child's dress on the robe I also use furing because here my customer's cloth is white so my customer wants a dress that is furry so it is not see-through and is more comfortable to wear because this is common so only spent 2 meters of cloth. And the amount of furing is 2 meters because the area of the cloth and what is on the furing is shorter than ordinary cloth.
So I started by measuring the pattern on the front because this is an ordinary robe, so the pattern I am describing is like the basic pattern of a shirt.
And this is the back pattern that I described and this is the result of cutting the cloth.
After cutting the front and back patterns, I will cut the furing and how to place the fabric on top of the furing, like the picture I show below to save fabric.
Then I'm going to make a pattern and cut out the pattern for the sleeves.
After all the patterning and cutting I'm going to overhaul and sew the back first using the back zipper and pairing it with the front pattern. This shirt is a shirt using a basic pattern, so sewing clothes like this is quite easy.
So this is the result of my sewing today, hopefully it will satisfy my customer. And this is a child's dress by spending just 1 meter of cloth.
Thank you for listening to my sewing tutorial, I hope it's useful and see you in my next post.
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