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Final
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  1. Shoulder Width
    Shoulder Tip to Shoulder Tip
  2. Shoulder Length
    High Point to Shoulder Tip
  3. Shoulder Slope
    Shoulder Tip to Center Front @ Waist over the apex.
  4. Name in order the five annotation elements that must appear on each pattern piece.
    • 1. Style Name
    • 2. Date
    • 3. Size circled
    • 4. Piece Name
    • 5. Cut #
  5. What is the diameter of a 25/ button?
    5/8 in.
  6. What would be the width of a placket built for a 20/ button?
    1 inch
  7. What would be the placket foldback for a 7/8" placket?
    1 1/8 inch
  8. What size button (in line number) would you associate with a 7/8" placket?
    18/
  9. Where is the Sleeve Cap?
    At the top of sleeve at the grain line.
  10. What is the cap height?
    Between capline and the top of the sleeve cap.
  11. Where are the four NT on a sleeve?
    One in front sleeve, one 1/2 off the grainline going toward sleeve front and two back sleeve.
  12. Where is the cap area to be eased into armsaye?
    The ease is between the front sleeve NT to the back sleeve first NT.
  13. When shortening a sleeve pattern to accommodate a cuff, what is the difference between the cuff width and the amount that the sleeve is shortened?
    1/2 inch.
  14. Where is the vent for a sleeve with a button cuff typically located?
    On the back half of the sleeve, in the center between balance line and SS.
  15. Full Front Length
    Center Front Neck to Center Front @ waist.
  16. Front Strap
    High Point to under arm point
  17. Chest Width
    Chest width point to chest width point.
  18. Give the line number and diameter of the three most commonly used button sizes.
    • 1. 18/ 7/16
    • 2. 20/ 1/2
    • 3. 25/ 5/8
  19. What are the 3 reasons for which Operation Sheets are written.
    • 1. Operations
    • 2. Costing
    • 3. General Planning
  20. Top pattern and specs 1. Shoulder Width
    Shoulder Tip to CF Perpendicular to CF x 2.
  21. Top pattern and spec 2. Shoulder Length
    Hight point to shoulder tip.
  22. Top pattern and specs 3. Width 1" below armhole.
    SDSM to CF + SDSM to CB 1" below underarm point.
  23. Top pattern and specs 4. Width at bottom.
    SDSM to CF + SDSM to CB at bottom of SDSM
  24. Top pattern and specs 5. lenght CB to bottom.
    CB from the neck line to the bottom at CB.
  25. Top pattern and specs 6. Neck opening, CF to CB.
    Along the neck seam curve, CF to CB.
  26. 7 parts of buttonhole placement
    • 1. affected part of garment
    • 2. Number of buttonholes in parentheses
    • 3. Siz of buttons expressed in line number followed by forward slash or diameter of button.
    • 4. Orientation of buttonhole (horizontal or Vertical)
    • 5. Distance from placket edge
    • 6. Placement of top button below neck edge.
    • 7. Spacing between other buttonholes (from top to top)
  27. What is the formula to determine minimum foldback width based on button extension?
    2x button size + 1/4.
  28. Line Number: 18/ - 20/ - 24/
    Diameter:
    Standard Ext.:
    Standard PLK. Width:
    Min. foldback beyond PLK foldline:
    • Diameter: 7/16 - 1/2 - 5/8
    • Standard Ext: 7/16 - 1/2 - 5/8
    • Standard PLKT: 7/8 - 1 - 1 1/4
    • Min. Foldback: 1 1/8 - 1 1/4 - 1 1/2
  29. What is the size difference between the outer pattern pieces and the fusible pattern pieces for a collar stand?
    Fusible piece is backed off 1/8in.
  30. What is the purpose of this difference (fusible)?
    To catch the fabric not the fusible.
  31. What symbol would you place on the fusible pattern piece to describe this difference? What color would you highlight the cut number?
    Arrow in each direction it's backed off on and 1/8 in the center of the arrows.

    • Cut - 1 FUS
  32. The grainline of a sleeve must always be in the ________ position.
    Balance line.
  33. Crotch depth
    CF waist to front Crotch point.
  34. Crotch Length
    From CF waist down and around to CB waist.
  35. Front Crotch Extenstion and Back Crotch Extenstion?
    From CF of the crotch level line to crotch point.

    From CB of the crotch level line to crotch point.
  36. Crotch point
    Tip to the crotch level line.
  37. Inseam of pants
    Runs down CF of the pants.
  38. Outseam of pants.
    Runs along the hip line of the pants.
  39. Crotch Level
    Is right after the waist line.
  40. In a perfectly balanced pant pattern what three lines does the balance line bisect?
    • 1. Crotch
    • 2. Waist or Hem
    • 3. Knee
  41. Give the 2 other names for the balance line of a pant.
    • 1. Grainline
    • 2. Crease
  42. On a pant pattern the distance between the crotch pint and the intersection of the CF or CB line with the crotch line is called the_______
    Crotch extenstion
  43. Mesurement specifications (Specs) should be expressed in _______ rounded to the nearest ______?
    • fractions
    • 1/8
  44. Give the fraction equivalent of the following decimal expressions.
    1. .0625
    2. .125
    3. .25
    4. .375
    5. 0.5
    6. .625
    7. .75
    8. .872
    • 1. 1/16
    • 2. 1/8
    • 3. 1/4
    • 4. 3/8
    • 5. 1/2
    • 6. 5/8
    • 7. 3/4
    • 8. 7/8
  45. Give the decimal expressions to the following fraction equivalents.
    1. 1/16
    2. 1/8
    3. 1/4
    4. 3/8
    5. 1/2
    6. 5/8
    7. 3/4
    8. 7/8
    • 1. .0625
    • 2. .125
    • 3. .25
    • 4. .375
    • 5. 0.5
    • 6. .625
    • 7. .75
    • 8. .875
  46. Name the three basic parts of an inset pocket?
    • 1. garmet front & back
    • 2. pocket facing
    • 3. pocket back
  47. Name 3 types of inset pockets.
    • 1. side seam pocket
    • 2. slash pocket
    • 3. welt pocket
  48. What two pats of a pocket form the pocket bag?
    pocket facing and pocket back.
  49. Pant pattern and specs: Waist
    Waistband from CF to CB
  50. Pant pattern and specs: Lenght from lowest waist stitch (outseam)
    Waist seam to hem@ front balance line
  51. Pant pattern and specs: Inseam
    Crotch point to hem @ inseam
  52. Pant pattern and specs: Hip width (4' for high hip or 7" for low hip) below waist
    Specify Depth of Hip/ (Hip NT to CF, perpendicular to CF) + (Hip NT to CB rise, perpendicular to rise).
  53. Pant pattern and sepcs: Leg opening
    Front leg + back leg divided by 2
  54. Pant pattern and specs: Front Rise
    Front crotch point to waistline along rise curve.
  55. Pant pattern and specs: Back Rise
    Back Crotch point to waisline along rise curve.

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