Basic One-Piece Dress Sloper

Added Feb 23, 2010

by alisondahl

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Description

Basic dress block | sloper in a size UK 10 (US 8 / European 38)

Created by the illustrious FASHION-GERGEOIS.

An invaluable tool to unleash your creativity upon.

Click the link to be directed to the Fashion-Gorgeois website for more information.

Material Notes

To print in A4 format (like our BurdaStyle patterns), open the file in Photoshop.

Difficulty

Novice

Categories

For
Women
Garment Type
Dress
Style
Classic
Material
Cotton

Credits

CREATOR

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    Sep 29, 2010, 08.37 PMby superflorence

    I got one of the other patterns from the website and had the same problem- no photoshop, no print. You can dl a free 30 day trial of photoshop but I find it impossible to use. But my friend somehow turned it into a jpeg file which I then opened in paint. The you go into page set up and scale it to 100% before printing, and page size to A4. And then stick the sheets together. Hope that helps.

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    Sep 27, 2010, 09.38 PMby lila-1

    Hi alisondahl Sorry to be a pain, but seriously this is the best sloper I could find on the net – is it possible to get this from you in a different format? I don’t have Adobe Photoshop. Thank you :)

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    Sep 25, 2010, 11.56 AMby holasoylulu

    hi! what a cool pattern! has anyone used it? what sort of fabric would you use? thanks!!!

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    Aug 21, 2010, 04.16 PMby betch

    how many pages should you end up with?

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    Feb 26, 2010, 08.17 PMby jam and ivy

    Holy poop! Thanks so much for this. I am a self taught sewer and a few of my friends that are educated in fashion design, and they all say that I need slopers, but never knew how to go about that. Thank you so much. Really, you have my gratitude for forever!

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      Feb 27, 2010, 02.28 AMby alisondahl

      Well I am glad there is such a great response, we’ve been talking about doing this forever. Also on my To-do list is to offer slopers & pattern blocks in a vast array of sizes;)

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    Feb 25, 2010, 10.36 PMby alisondahl

    From Ralph Pink of Fashion-Gorgeois on printing these patterns at home:

    -Open downloaded patterns Adobe Photoshop without changing the dimensions or resolution -Divide the page into A4 or A3 segments using the rulers, then with “snap on” you can select the individual pages -Copy and paste into another document then print that page. same for other pages. stick together with selotape and cut it out -All the patterns are editable in Adobe Illustrator -There is also a tutorial on how to edit and add custom seam allowance and how to produce your own custom basic blocks all on the site in the form of video tutorial (screen capture). You do need to know the basics of illustrator though!

    Thanks Ralph!

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      Feb 26, 2010, 02.26 AMby judeb

      Thankyou for this printing info

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    Feb 24, 2010, 04.58 PMby carottesauvage

    That’s really cool! Interesting and fruitful parternship with Georgois. The way ahead!

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    Feb 24, 2010, 12.59 PMby emlj

    This is great thanks! But cant print it as its not tiled on A4 :-( Thanks anyway though slopers are always fantastic

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      Feb 27, 2010, 02.26 AMby alisondahl

      Just making sure you’ve seen this response:

      From Ralph Pink of Fashion-Gorgeois on printing these patterns at home:

      -Open downloaded patterns Adobe Photoshop without changing the dimensions or resolution
      -Divide the page into A4 or A3 segments using the rulers, then with “snap on” you can select the individual pages
      -Copy and paste into another document then print that page. same for other pages. stick together with selotape and cut it out
      -All the patterns are editable in Adobe Illustrator
      -There is also a tutorial on how to edit and add custom seam allowance and how to produce your own custom basic blocks all on the site in the form of video tutorial (screen capture). You do need to know the basics of illustrator though!

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    Feb 24, 2010, 05.51 AMby cottonsilk

    interesting … i shud try… this is up my ally… novice… thanks for sharing!

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    Feb 23, 2010, 11.55 PMby mixtlii

    Hi, I don’t know if this is the right place to place an “ad” for your website, but it looks interesting :) And thanks for the patterns !

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      Feb 24, 2010, 05.33 AMby chelsesaurusrex

      Yeah….I’m pretty sure this is no way an ad for her website.

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      Mar 1, 2010, 07.54 PMby alisondahl

      Just read the description. You’ll see it has nothing to do with me.

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