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OR-PR 164 Task 6 Creating a Paper Pattern for a Full Proximal Thigh Cuff

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Creating the Paper Pattern Measure the inside length of the proximal thigh band along the proximal edge

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Creating the Paper Pattern On a piece of paper draw a rectangle 2 1/2” wide and the length of the band previously measured 2 1/2” Length of band

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Determining the Angles Place a goiniometer across the proximal edges of the thigh band with one arm on the lateral upright as shown

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Determining the Angles Place a goiniometer across the proximal edges of the thigh band with one arm on the lateral upright as shown Measure the angle (L) from the horizontal and record L°

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Determining the Angles Repeat this process from the medial side and record the angle (M) M°

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Determining the Angles In order to correctly angle the extensions on the pattern you must: Determine how the pattern will be positioned on the leather material Identify the medial and lateral ends of the pattern

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Leather Surfaces Leather has two surfaces which have specific names The finished, or grain, side is the surface which shows to the outside. It typically is shiny and smooth The unfinished, or flesh, side is rough and dull Finished Side Unfinished Side

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Leather Surfaces The paper pattern will be positioned on the unfinished side of the leather Finished Side Unfinished Side

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Leather Surfaces The paper pattern will be positioned on the unfinished side of the leather Label the pattern accordingly Unfinished Side Unfinished

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Determining the Angles Using the KAFO as a reference mark the medial & lateral ends of the pattern Unfinished L M inner surface L M

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Determining the Angles From the lateral distal corner, draw a 2 ½”line at a L° angle From the medial proximal corner, draw a 2 ½”line at a M° angle Draw lines connecting these points to the opposite corners on the same sides Unfinished L M L° M°

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Determining the Length of the Extensions Add 3” to the proximal thigh circumference Subtract the length of the band Divide the result in half This is the extension length (ExL) Example: 22 3/8”+3”= 25 3/8” 25 3/8”- 13 ”= 12 3/8” 12 3/8” / 2 = 6 3/16” 6 3/16”

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Determining the Angles Draw a rectangle the length previously computed (ExL) starting at the angled line on the lateral end Repeat this process on the medial end L M Unfinished ExL

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Extending the Pattern Draw a rectangle the length previously computed (ExL) starting at the angled line on the lateral end Repeat this process on the medial end LM ExL

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Extending the Pattern Your finished pattern should look similar to this LM Unfinished ExL END

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