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LESSON-9 DRAFTING OF TROUSERFRONT 0-1=LENGTH-- BELT WIDTH 1-2 =6 C.M 0-3= ¼ HIP+ 1.5 C.M 4=MIDDLE OF 3-1 4-5=5 C.M UP 3-6 =1/3 HIP -2 C.M 7=MIDDLE OF 6-3 0-8 =3-7 5-8 =3-7
LESSON-9 DRAFTING OF TROUSER1-10=3-7 6-7=5C.M IN 0-12= 3-11 11-14=1/16 HIP JOINT 14-6 ROUND SHAPE 12-13=1/4 WAIST + 2 C.M 9-15 =1/4 KNEE 9-16= 1/4 KNEE 10-17=1/4 BOTTOMJO INT 13,3,15 AND 17 JOINT 6,16,AND 18
BACK 6-A =1 C.M DOWN A-B= 1/18 HIP C=MIDDLE OF 12-8 C-D=1/24 HIP UPD JOINT TO 11 DRAWING HIP SHAP 13,A,F AND D D-E =1/4 WAIST +3.5 C.M F=MIDDLE OFD-11 3-G=5 C.M UP
BACK F-H =5 C.M UP 15-I =2 C.M 17-K=2 C.M JOINT E,H,I AND K16-J=2 C.M JOINT B,J AND L 18-L=2 C.M JOINT B,J AND L
FRONT CROSS POCKET 13-A =5 C.M 13-B =1/6 HIP
BACK DART ON WAIST LINE DART 1=MIDDLE OF D-E JOINT 1-7 1-2 =1 C.MBACK CUT POCKET 4-5 =1/16 HIP 4-6 =1/16 HIP
SIDE CROSS POCKET BEG POCKET BEG 0-1 =1/3 HIP 0-2 =1/6 HIP1-3 =1/6 HIP +2.5 C.M 1-4 =4 C.M UP
ZIPPER FLY FLY 0-1=1/4 HIP 5 C.M 1-2 =2 C.M 1-3 =2 C.M 0-4 = 5 C.M
WAIST BELT RIGHT BELT 0-1=WAIST BELT WIDTH 6-7=WAIST BELT WIDTH0-2= 5 C.M 1-3= 5 C.M 2-4=1/2 WAIST 3-5=1/2 WAIST 4-6= 5 C.M 5-7= 5 C.M
WAIST BELT LEFT BELT 0-1=WAIST BELT WIDTH 6-7=WAIST BELT WIDTH0-2= 5 C.M 1-3= 5 C.M 2-4= ½ WAIST 3-5= ½ WAIST 4-6=15 C.M FOR LONG BELT 5-7=15 C.M FOR LONG BELT
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