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Bodice Sloper/Block 32-46

Added Jan 22, 2008

by jj1

Livingston, New ...






I uploaded this bodice sloper pattern
under “basic” categorie.
Note: example of sloper in muslin was made
according to my size but the dressform is bigger than my measurement so to speak
the sloper is not this tight. It’s more like
the fitted shirt block. I used this sloper created JJ blouse ;-). I like to complained that it was not fun to grade patterns, took
me a few days and this is only basic two
pieces pattern!

Material Notes






Mrs.Stylebook for basic sloper drafting.

It’s a Japanese magazine.

Burda workshop for smaller cup alteration

(included in the pattern sheets)

Lauriana for input on easing in sloper

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    Jan 16, 2012, 11.16 AMby sarkars2

    I downloaded the pdf file. But it did not include the instructions. I have been trying to find instructions for drafting a bodice without shoulder darts (since my attempts to pivot the shoulder darts to the sides did not go very well). The image looks exactly what i have been trying to find. Please let me know how can I get the instructions. Thank you.

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    Feb 22, 2008, 07.45 AMby jj1

    To shape the waist, make more fitted, only use when you want to make fitted blouse or dress. For making loose top, you don’t need to taper the waist or make darts, right?

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    Feb 14, 2008, 02.37 PMby staticstasy


    i wanted to ask: you say at some point in the pattern to take in 0,6 cm in the sides… is this necessary? what for?

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    Jan 23, 2008, 10.06 AMby jj1

    Note: Pattern is made for B Cup, if you have bigger cup, please try this method….use your high bust to choose size and then do full bust alteration (link below). The sloper will fit your shoulders and armholes area better. This also apply when you choose normal patterns too.http://www.burdamode.com/Workshops,1000001-1487353-1227467,deDE.html

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      Apr 22, 2011, 08.07 PMby tinapickles

      This link isn’t in English, FYI. :)

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    Jan 23, 2008, 12.58 AMby lilo

    Great JJ, thanks!

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    Jan 22, 2008, 11.16 AMby staticstasy

    oo thankss and i couldn’t find the pattern!

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