Drafting Procedures of A-Line Frock

Drafting Procedures of A-Line Frock

R.S. Balakumar
M.A.(SOCIOLOGY ), M.L.M.(Labour Management), Pursuing MBA (EXECUTIVE) in (FASHION-TECH), MISTE.,
Chennai, India
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A-Line Frock
The outer shape of the garment is looking like the letter “A” and hence the name is called as A – Line Frock. This is a girls wear and girls upto eight or ten years used to wear.

A-Line Frock
Suitable Fabrics: Poplin, cotton, polyester, Madras checked, poplin, Cambric, Medium weight denim.

Suitable Material: 1.50 mtre cloth width 36”.

Measurements required: Full length 24”. Shoulder width 12”. Chest 26”. Sleeve length 6”.

Drafting Details of A-Line Frock: 

Drafting Details of A-Line Frock
Drafting Details of A-Line Frock
 Back Part:
  • 1 – 0 = Full Length + ½”. 
  • 2 - 0 = 1/4th Chest (-) 1”. 
  • 3 – 2 = 1/4th Chest + 1 ¾”. 
  • 4 – 1 = 1/4th chest + 4”. 
  • 4 -5 = ½” upward. 
  • 6 – 0 = 1/12th Chest ( - ) ¼”. 
  • 7 - 0 = 1/12th Chest + ¼”. 
  • 8 – 0 = ½ Shoulder width + ½” for seam. 
  • 9 is squared down from 8 – 9. 
  • 10 – 8 = ½ down as the shoulder’s Slope. Bottom hem 1 ¼” extra to be kept for hem purpose.
Front part: 
  • 11 – 0 = 1/12th Chest + ¼”. 
  • 12 – 9 = 1” shape the Front armhole from 8 to 3 through 12 and bottom folding is 1 ¼” is to be allowed.
Puff Sleeves: 
  • 1 -0 = Sleeve length + 2”. 
  • 2 – 0 = 1/8th chest + ¼”. 
  • 3 – 2 = 1/4th chest + 2”. 
  • 4 - 1 = 2 to 3 ( - ) 3/4” 
  • 5 – 4 is ¾” for shape.
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