## Drafting Procedures of Ladies Jeans (Narrow Bottom)

Drafting Details of Lady’s Jeans (Narrow Bottom)

R.S. Balakumar
M.A.(SOCIOLOGY ), M.L.M.(Labour Management), Pursuing MBA (EXECUTIVE) in (FASHION-TECH), MISTE., Chennai, India
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Lady’s Jeans:
Normally ladies jeans worn by slim guys which were originally marketed to girls. Such jeans are slim fit, low rise, have few decorations, and reach closely between the legs. Often: jeans are black, have a 5th pocket, and, for crotch comfort, are flexible (e.g. from 5% Lycra).
 Ladies jeans
Measurements:
Measurement in Centimeter (cm)
• Side length 102,
• Bottom 36,
• Seat 82,
• Waist 61,
• Body rise 25,
• Waist band width 2 ½ .
Drafting Details of Lady’s Jeans
 Drafting Details of Lady’s Jeans
Front Part:

0-1= 2 ½ Wist band width.

1-2=103 side length+1.

2-3 = body rise.

3-0 = 25 body rise .¼ seat +5.Including waist band.

4-2 = Knee position. Half of 3 to 2 +5.

5-3 =26 1/3 seat less 1.

A- = Centre of 5&3. A-B-C-D Crease line.

6-5 = 4 1/6 seat less.

D-5 = 2 inside.

7-6 = The distance from 1-3.

8-7 = 1 inside.

9-8 = 1 down.

10-9 = 19 ¼ waist + 2 for seams + 2 for dart.

{11-3 12-6} = 7 1/12 seat. Shape front fork from 9-12-5.

{13-D 14-D} = 9 ¼ bottom. Join 14 to E.

By locating 15 at knee.

{15-C 16-C} = measure distance from 15 to C and apply the same from 16 to C knee width.

Back Part:

18-5 = 5 the distance from 5 to 6+1.

18-17 = ½ down.

19-6 = 1 inside.

20 = Center of 9 to A.

21-20 = 4 up.Back rise.

22-21 = 18 ¼ waist + ½ + for seams.

23-24 = 2 ½ ¼ seat +2.

25-3 = 1 outside.

H-18 = 40 Half seat less 1. (stride angle.)

Waist Band:

1. Left side waist band.
2. Right side waist band.

Waist band width = 4 ½ .
A,B,C back waist. Shape ½, as shown.

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