Added May 16, 2010
Now mark the point "T" a distance of one fifth the NECK size plus 0,4 cm , down from the origin point "O". This is the bottom of the front neckline. Draw a curve in from point "T" to point "B". Note that we are drafting the front of the block "over the top" of the back of the block - you will need to recopy the basic block elements developed to this point onto a new piece of paper to separate the front and back blocks. In the diagram, the front block outline that differs from the back block outline is shown in dashed lines.
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