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burda Download-Pattern,
T-Shirt 3197- instructions
1 Front piece 1x
2 Back piece 1x
3 Sleeve 2x
4 Front trimming 1x
5 Back trimming 1x
The cutting diagrams on the pattern sheet show how
the pattern pieces should be placed on the fabric.
Paper cut for ANSI A (German DIN A4) prints:
The patterns are printed out on 20 sheets with a thin
frame. Wait, until all sheets are printed out. Arrange the
sheets so that they fit together (see extra page with the
overview of the prints). Cut off the single sheets on the
upper and right edge along the thin frame lines. Begin
with the left lower sheet and then glue the parts in the
frame lines together precisely.
Select your size according to the Burda-dimension table:
Dresses, blouses, jackets and coats according to the bust
size, trousers and skirts according to the hip width.
Change the patterns according to size (inches or cm) if
necessary, to fit your measurements if they deviate from
the Burda-dimension table.
Cut out the pattern according to your size.
For a single layer of fabric, the pattern pieces are pinned
to the right side of the fabric. For double layers of fabric,
the right sides are facing and the pattern pieces are pinned
to the left side. The pattern pieces that are shown in the
cutting diagram, extending over the fold of the fabric,
should be cut last from a single layer of fabric.
Important: Trim the skirt pattern pieces from the single
layer of fabric, the pattern pieces are pinned to the right
side of the fabric, the labeled pattern side on top = see
cutting diagram
included on an average:
5/8” (1.5 cm) for all edges and seams. Use BURDA
carbon paper to transfer all pattern lines and markings to
the left side of the fabric pieces. You will find
instructions in the packet.
FOLD (– – – –) means:
here is the center of a pattern
piece but never a cut edge or a seam. The piece should be
cut double, with the fold line forming the centre line.
Pattern pieces that are outlined with a broken line in the
cutting diagrams are to be placed face down on the fabric.
Cut interfacing according to the drawing and
press onto the left fabric side
When sewing the right fabric sides are
Transfer all lines on the pattern using a
basting stitch to the right fabric side.
Tips for working with stretchable fabrics
The optimal result from working with
stretchy fabrics will be achieved by using an
overlock-machine. Seams will become very
elastic and more durable, and will not break
when wearing the finished clothes. If you are
not going to use an over-lock machine, stitch
the seams using an elastic special stitch or a
narrowly adjusted zig-zag stitch. Please take
care that the thread tension is not set too
For delicate mesh fabrics it is
necessary to use a Jersey needle for stitching
with your sewing machine.
Fold edges, for stitching of the edges (e.g.
at the hem) use a twin needle. Stitch along
the right fabric side using two upper threads
and one under thread, using the straight stitch
setting. In this case the under thread will
appear as zig zag stitch. The result will be
that the fabric will not stretch when sewing
and the seam will be elastic.
Shoulder seams
Position front piece on top of the back
piece, right sides facing (seam 1). Trim
allowances, neaten altogether and fold and
press inwards towards the back piece.
Neckline / Facing
Position the front facing onto the back
facing right side to right, stitch shoulder
seams (seam 2). Neaten edge.
Pin facings onto the neckline right side to
right, shoulder seams meet. Baste trimming
and stitch. Trim allowances and cut in to
make the neckline more flexible.
Fold inside and baste facing, press. Stitch
neckline 1/2”(1.5 cm) wide from the edge.
Side seams
Position front piece onto the back piece,
right sides facing, baste side seams (seam 3)
and stitch. Trim allowances, neaten
altogether and fold and press inwards
towards the back piece.
Fold sleeve lengthwise, right sides
inwards. Baste sleeve seams (seam 4) and
stitch. Trim allowances, neaten altogether,
fold and press inwards towards the back
Sleeve seam
Fold and baste sleeve hem, press. Stitch
bottom sleeve edge using a twin needle
approximately 1” (2.5 cm) wide, baste the
seam simultaneously (see text and drawing
Apply sleeves
Pin the sleeves onto the armhole right
sides facing. 3 points are essential for the
of the sweater when you apply the sleeves:
= the notch 5 of the top sleeve and the front
piece have to meet. Sleeve seams and side
seams have to meet. The notch of the sleeve
rounding has to meet the shoulder seam.
Baste and stitch the sleeve from the view of
the sleeve side. Trim allowances, neaten
altogether and press inwards into the sleeve.
Stitch hem according to the text and drawing
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