Added May 16, 2010
This completes the easy-fitting overgarment block. Note that the dashed lines correspond to the front block. If you didn't do the shoulder seam variant, the only front block line you should have is the neck line. If you haven't already, separate the front and back blocks be retracing each block onto a new sheet of paper. Note that these blocks are not quite finished for garment construction. Seam allowances will need to be added in, and other modifications may likewise be appropriate. If you want to see a garment made using this block, see my "Kameez tunic" under Projects (if it isn't posted yet, it will be in a couple of days). Good luck!
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