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The Lutterloh System ~ Learn how to cut out patterns for all types of garments in all Plus Size (or any size) Vintage Dress Sewing Pattern - PDF - Pattern. Tell us a little about how the Lutterloh system and company got started. The pattern making system 'The Golden Rule' was established in system similar to Lutterloh- I do not know for certain it was an Éclair system but its likely it was from what I can find. Each system consists of a pattern drawn out in.

I've been perusing my vintage Lutterloh patterns lately so my next project may be one of those.

I hope you're all finding some time for yourselves. Happy sewing everyone, Ann in Calif. Supplement Model - Spring Depending on the fabric and trim you choose this top can easily be dressed up or down.

My version in rayon knit with lace sleeves is definitely ready for warmer weather. This is the second Lutterloh pattern this year that has sewn up too big for me.

Not an issue really since the seams can just be taken in but notable in that it might be something to look out for on my next few projects.

I've taken new measurements smaller than last year so it's not likely that's the problem. I'll report back if this starts to feel like a trend.

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Other than the issue with perhaps too much ease for my taste this pattern draws up in a pretty straight forward fashion. I ended up with the remnant at the end of the bolt. The one yard piece wasn't quite enough to squeak out the sleeves so I used an equally stable stretch lace.

The lace sleeves are what relegate this top to a transition piece. Those sleeves don't offer much protection from the cold! This pattern does not specifically suggest a stretch fabric but I would suggest one with some drape to it. The tie opens plenty wide enough to fit this over your head so a woven could be used. There were no significant design changes to this top pattern. I did use a double faced satin ribbon for the neck tie and omitted the sleeve cuffs in favor of elastic in a casing.

I had already cut the fabric with no seam allowances to compensate for my stretch fabric but it was still too shapeless. Mine looks closer to the model's now with the extra ease taken out.

I see a lot of potential in this top pattern. The shape is basic but with enough interest at the neckline to make it your own in lots of different fabrics. A shiny or glittery fabric could really send this over the top or just make some up in thin T-shirt knit and self ties for a twist on your basic tee. I'll definitely be stashing this pattern away for jazzing up my basic T shirt wardrobe. There's no need to wear boring tees when patterns like this one take just a couple of extra steps.

Happy sewing to you all,. Supplement Model - Winter Loose Fitting Knit Top To call this top oversized would be an understatement. The silhouette in this drawing looks somewhat shapeless but I forged ahead with this pattern anyway figuring I could always take in some seams to make it fit more to my liking.

This pattern has quite a few pieces to draw but none of them are complicated. Often Lutterloh has us draw patterns with the princess seams connected at the cross mark. This pattern has us draw each piece separately so make sure to mark the cross point on each one. See the line drawing for the pattern pieces below. If you mark a notch at each cross point then you can use these to match up the princess seams when you sew these together.

I also made notches at the waist to help align the long princess seams. It never ceases to amaze me how even separately drawn pieces line up so perfectly once the pattern is enlarged.

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My gray top is made from two different reversible fabrics. The solid, quilted fabric is a cotton poly blend with thin batting between the layers. The print fabric is a rayon poly blend with stripes on one side and dots on the other. These fabrics both have stretch but the thinner, print fabric has a lot more than the heavier quilted fabric.

This may have been the reason I had problems with rippling when I sewed these together. I left off the top stitching to avoid any further distortion of the seams. Although I'm pleased with my extra warm version of this top I think next time I would try it in all one fabric like velour or a ponte knit.

As I mentioned this pattern is rather oversized. I fit mine as I sewed and found the silhouette to be unflattering when sewn as the pattern was intended. You likely noticed that my version is longer than the model's too. I added my usual half inch to the bodice pieces and then an extra two inches to the bottom. The last change was to exchange the funnel neck opening for a hood.

I used a hood pattern from a top with a similarly open neckline and this fit just fine. Now that my family has seen me wearing this top I have decided not to make another one.

My son's first comment was "It's so baggy. Oh well, the pocket is handy, the fabric is super soft and the hood is perfect for foggy mornings and breezy afternoons. On to the next project then! I hope these reviews help you to decide on your next project.

Children's Knit Pajamas or Lounge-wear. I'm calling these lounge-wear because, according to the US government, children's sleepwear must either be flame resistant or fit so closely to the body so not to cause the potential for catching fire from a spark.

In either case I say "ewww". I just cautioned the parents of my recipient of the lack of government standards for these pajamas and figured they can decide their suitability. Have you noticed that all the flannel at the fabric store has a disclaimer stating that the fabric is not intended for children's sleepwear?

The pattern for these pajamas indicates it is intended for children 3 - 6 years old. The child I made them for is only two but I forged ahead anyway. I figured 48cm was close enough to the 50cm, where the Lutterloh scale starts. The tiny giraffe print used for these pajamas is a very fine, cotton rib knit. The orange bands are a poly blend with a chunky ribbing texture. The pattern does suggest a knit for this pattern so if you wanted to use a woven fabric like flannel you would likely need to add a wider neck opening either at the center front or back or perhaps at one shoulder with snaps.

The only design change I made to this pattern was to use slightly wider ribbing bands. I find when making pajamas for growing toddlers this helps extend the length a little. Because the bands are tight enough around the wrists and ankles the extra length doesn't hinder their movement but it does extend the length of time they can wear them. Although not really a design change I did cut these with no seam allowances because they were drawn slightly larger than necessary. Watch carefully if using a tape like the one on the right.

Before I tape things down I like to test and see if the largest number on the pattern will fit where my papers goes. I stretch out the tape and test.

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If it doesn't I take the tack out and move that paper a bit. It isn't a big deal if I run out of space I just add some paper with some clear tape. For the marks above the waist I use my bust measurement My measurement was but these are Pj's so I went up to I am careful to mark these numbers on my pattern in case I do make choices different than the norm.

See where the little block is under my paper and pattern I push the tack into the wood and save my table! I go to my first number 32 and I line up my tape with the line next to the number. Then I smooth my tape down as I stay at the angle of the line until I get to 32 and I put a dot The dark line under each number is the correct place to mark your dot Here I am at I move the tack into my hip measurement and then I pull the tape to the last two marks and put my dots.

I leave the tack and tape in the pattern while I draw the outline. It helps if I can't figure out a dot I can recheck Most of my mistakes are above the waist so when doing my pattern I start below the waist for hip marks and then change to my bust measurements so that is what is sitting there as I draw the outline. Not a problem make that curve nicely and it will all be fine.

The curve above I did by hand, no tools, just move from dot to dot with a swirl of the pencil. It's fun, do it several times trying to make it as good as possible. In the next step you will see that I darkened the path that looked best and that is where I will cut my pattern Time to put in all the pattern markings normally I would make my pattern adjustments at this point but I'd like to cut these out first so you can see them.

In another post I will show you how I shorten the length of the top and adjust the armscye and fix the pants for length I add all the markings for the pattern, this is the gathered shoulder And the neck, button band facing is marked and I can just trace a pattern off of this As you can see I ran out of paper on the sleeve it was easy to grab a scrap and tape it there for the next dot.

If you look at the pattern the sleeve curves from the under arm scye. Not a lot and it straightens out quickly and goes down to the wrist.

This takes pratice to get an eye for these little things that make fit much better. Here it is all the pieces for the top front, back, neck facing, ruffled collar, sleeve They do not have seam allowances or hems on them.

I prefer to add seams etc. It leaves the patterns free of allowances I'd have to cut out if I were changing things in the pattern.

Great for curves like armholes, sleeves, collars, necklines, crotch curves etc. One year subscription.

One year subscription 4 Supplements with sewing patterns and fashion designs. You will receive for one year the newest seasonal editions. Supplement Sewing Patterns Winter Spring Classic Supplement Nr. Seam Allowance Guide. Seam Allowance Guide for Scissors.

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No more tracing around pattern pieces. Pattern Drafting Paper 10 m x 0,70 m each roll. The ideal paper to draft your sewing patterns on. Each roll is 0,70 m wide and 10 m long or 27 inches wide and 10 yards long.I think this is especially nice for those of us with differing tops and bottoms. I needed to be sure the center backs stayed aligned while I copied the shirt on top. Since these were intended to be casual, exercise wear I did not sew the top-stitching for the crease down the front legs.

Es ist wirklich wieder spitze. A friend of mine recently returned from a holiday where she spotted three copies of the version of the Lutterloh system in a op shop — and she kindly brought one back for me as well as one for herself and the third copy for another sewing friend. Did this article help you?

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