Every time I think Andrew will be challenged he proves me wrong and understands the work perfectly! The raglan sleeve that stumps EVERYONE didn't even phase Andrew, it was a yawn for him to draft and front and back and trace the pattern pieces! This young man was born to be a tailor!
Homework is to draft a raglan using personal measurements taking into account the paper sample’s findings that 1 to 2 cm should be added to the centre back; draft a second raglan pattern as a different set of measurements and sew together the paper to fit the wearer.
A reflection sheet for the suit was to be written but was not completed it can be a few paragraphs long in the form of a synopsis on the suit. This is an important part of learning, putting things in writing organizes thoughts but more importantly it organizes the work for the next project and is part of the personal portfolio to track one’s progress. Please have this sheet ready for next class. Like I said it doesn't need to be long only concise.
Have a great week!
Maria Calautti, "Jack of all trades"