Instruction Book: Giving Full Information For Using The Self-Adjusting Tailor System Of Garment Cutting (Classic Reprint)

Instruction Book: Giving Full Information for Using the Self-Adjusting Tailor System of Garment Cutting (Classic Reprint)
by M. O. Jones
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Sec. 8. Make dot D at the shoulder measure, on line 1, using back shoulder measure on inside of long arm of square. 6 inches in this measure.

Sec. 9. Place corner of square at dot D, long arm on line 1 and draw line 3 at short arm of square.

Sec. 10. Place corner of square at dot C, short arm on line 1, long arm to your right.

Sec. 11. Make dot F at the waist measure 25, using back waist measure scale on long arm of square.

Sec. 12. Draw line 4, (the back waist line), from dot C to dot F.

Sec. 13. Make dot G i inch from dot C on line 4, and make dot H Ii inches from dot C, and make dot I 71 inch from dot H. Dot H may be varied according to taste, as it does not change the fit.

Sec. 14. Without moving square make dot J 8/5'linches from dot C on line 1. This is length of side seam.

Sec. 15. Place corner square at dot J, long arm on line 1, and draw line 5 at short arm of square, and make dot K 6% inches from dot J. This is one-half width of back measure.

Sec 16. Draw line 6 from dot A to dot B with curved end of square.

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