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Understanding Ease - Part 2 - Fitted Garments
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Karen - Tech Support
Posted 2013-01-07 8:03 AM (#84340)
Subject: Understanding Ease - Part 2 - Fitted Garments



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This example is a fitted blouse.  Most likely you would do it with just wiggle room or the ease used for your fit garment.

This can vary.  The fit using just measurements and fit ease, can be snug or loose.  This can depend on how the tape is help when doing measurements.  A fuller figure may need a bit more fit ease than a very thin figure.

This example also has waist darts for fitting.

 





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JillRN1995
Posted 2013-01-07 11:04 AM (#84341 - in reply to #84340)
Subject: Re: Understanding Ease - Part 2 - Fitted Garments



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What about ease in the waist and hips to go over the pants?
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Karen - Tech Support
Posted 2013-01-07 11:42 AM (#84342 - in reply to #84340)
Subject: Re: Understanding Ease - Part 2 - Fitted Garments



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Depends on how tight your fit garment is and weight of the skirt or pants.

Style of pants can also be an issue. If you are going over pockets you may need a bit more room and pants without pockets.

I can use fit garment ease for a blouse going over dress slacks (no pockets - facing at waist). This is something you need to think about when you do a top. A close fitting top will fit closely to the bottom garment.

Length of top can also make a difference. You may want a blouse that stops at high hip to fit closer than one that is hip depth or below.

So there is no definite answer - just things to think about when making your own design choices.

Another note is knowing what your body does. Do you gain in the tummy area during the day? In that case you would want a bit more room. Some women don't change at all and I have seen some that may gain 2 inches around the mid section.

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Grandma C
Posted 2013-01-07 2:45 PM (#84343 - in reply to #84340)
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I am one that gains in the middle throughout the day. My mom made my clothes to fit nicely but the waist was often uncomfortable for me especially after lunch or dinner.
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