1 Sleeve pattern
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βασικό πατρόν μανίκι - basic sleeve pattern

Now that you’ve designed a basic top pattern that fits you perfectly, it’s time to add the finishing touch: sleeves.

Sleeves come in a variety of styles and lengths, and they can dramatically change the look and feel of your garment.

In this article, we’ll go through the steps required to draft a sleeve pattern that complements your basic top pattern.

Number 46 from Greek standards sizes.

(Measurements are in centimeters. Convert centimeters to inches here.)

Measurements needed:

  • Armpit No 46 44 cm. (Measure armpit on your blouse pattern front and back).
  • Length 59 cm.

Basic sleeve pattern.

βασικό πατρόν μανίκι - basic sleeve pattern


  • 0-1: It is 1/4 of the armpit. That is 44/4 = 11 cm.
  • 0-2: It is the length 55 cm.
  • 1-3: It is half of 1 – 2.
  • 0-4: It is the half armpit 22 cm. Draw a vertical line up to point 6.
  • 0-5: It is the half armpit 22 cm. Draw a vertical line to point 7.
  • 2-8: It is 3/4 of 2-6.
  • 2-9: It is 3/4 of 2-7.

Drafting a sleeve pattern for your basic top pattern may seem like a daunting task, but with a little bit of practice, it can become a straightforward and rewarding process.

By understanding the basic principles of sleeve design and taking accurate measurements, you can create sleeves that fit well and enhance the overall look of your garment.

Remember to experiment with different sleeve styles and lengths to find the perfect match for your basic top pattern.

With a well-fitting sleeve pattern, you’ll be able to create a variety of tops that suit your personal style and fit like a dream.

So, don’t be afraid to dive in and start drafting your own sleeve patterns today!

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