Good job on the mock up Andrew!!! It fit very, very well with only some minor adjustments to be done! For a first attempt it was a job well done! There is much to do and a lot of learning going on with the construction of a blazer, the fabric he has chosen is very nice and will make a beautiful jacket that will fit impeccably!
Andrew observed that it's the greatest feeling when one drafts a pattern and the garment fits the wearer well. I agree there is nothing like it especially at the mock up stage, that is my biggest thrill when I see a theory that works let me tell you there truly is nothing better!!!
So there is homework it is to prepare the fabric, lining, canvas, twill tape etc following the anatomy of a blazer sheet. The London roll method is outlined in the instruction book, all fabrics must be ironed before cutting. Cut the fabric and all the other materials required for the blazer and tailor tack everything. We must start the construction process next class. As always if there are any questions or foggy areas call me for clarification or to lift the fog :)
Maria Calautti, "Jack of all trades"