Designer Blouse Making Step By Step( DIY) – 1

Designer Blouse Making Step By Step( DIY) – 1

July 27, 2019 27 By Bernardo Ryan



hi everyone welcome back to my channel and today in this video you're going to see the designer blouse that you saw right now and before getting into the tutorial I just want to thank all my subscribers for subscribing my channel because I started the standard with 10 subscribers now but porn 1 lakh Plus subscribers and I have to hardly thank everyone for subscribing my channel and motivating me and thank you so much for that so let me get into the tutorials so for this project that just took a measurement louse so this is going to be your old blouse that I'm going to take as a measurement and I'm going to draw a pattern with this in a pattern paper and I'm going to convert this design into a designer blouse so let's get started with that with a brocade fabric because the brocade fabric hold the design well so I'm going to use a brocade fabric so if you're a beginner please do try start with a brocade fabric so I took a half a metre of red color fabric which goes with the pattern just fold the pattern paper enough and you have to fold the blouse in half and make sure that the folded edge of the pattern paper matches the folded edge of the blouse and now we are going to draw the exact endpoint of the blouse same like that the endpoint of the neckline okay and now I'm going to draw the neckline now you can see the neckline is little bit wide because of using the blouse for more than five to six times so what you have to do just hold the shoulder tied and place the shoulders straight like this so that you will get the exact shape of the neckline if you are not doing this trip for sure the neckline is going to drop so now you have to mark the armhole the exact point where the stretch line end is going to be your arm holes keep and now same like that just hold the blouse firm at the bottom and you're going to mark the endpoint of the blouse so now I'm going to just draw the armhole of the blouse just placing my finger on the place where the stretch line ends so just marking that as a guide just for the guidance and I'm good just going to leave a quarter range on either side of the shoulder and also you're going to draw up quarter inch line up to the armhole end so that's going to be the elements that you're going to get for screeching so now we are going to connect the second line that you draw on right now and just you have to take a 1.5 inches from this point and you're just going to draw a line and I'm going to connect it so now that curve is going to act like a guide to draw this line it's very important to draw that quarter inch line so now I'm going to give a allowance for the shoulders that is for a one inch and then I'm going to just draw a simple line so now I'm going to draw the neckline so this is going to be a rough measurement because I'm going to give the neckline little bit T so now I'm going to connect all the lines like this so as is the designer plows for sure the neckline is going to come a little bit these in size okay and this two inch allowance is nothing but the elements that you give for stretching for sure you how to give to one and half to two inch for either your sewing with Laos or Qatar Cote that's to being a safer side how to give the seam elements okay so now I just drawn a very nice curve on the next line connecting to the shoulder like this okay and now you can see I'm just connecting with the shoulder that curved line and now again I'm going to do the same to the outer part of the curve if you've got a very nice and beautiful curve like this so now you're going to decide what is going to be the neckline depth so you can just stop at any point as you like depending upon your wish so I'm going to stop the neckline at this point so that's going to be neckline depth and I'm going to cut this out so now cutting this two part is very important so how to be very cautious in cutting that giving the very exact shape so you have to keep these pieces very safely see this one so this is very important piece and same like that I'm going to cut this curved neckline there is also very important piece you have to keep this safe because while attaching the piece you need these patterns so now I'm going to just write the number on top of the pieces so number one number two and the number three hadn't so now I'm going to just trace the scene to get the front part of the blouse so this is going to be the back part and now I'm going to draw the front part okay so first you're going to just place the tagging and you're going to just draw the armhole the shoulder length and the sides of the blouse so normally this is going to be a slanting side but you're going to make it straight okay you're going to give this a Lovins to make the dart can you see that so the back part would be little bit slanting so now take your measuring blouse and just place the blouse shoulder matching to the line what we drawn before and now you're going to take the front part of the blouse like this and make sure the armhole line matches the armhole of the blouse and now place it like this and you're going to mark the end part of the iced tea kit so just mark another line on top of that leaving a quarter range and then you're going to connect the same to your shoulder like this so now I just take the open side of the blouse it can be hooks or other loops so I'm just taking the hook side and now we can see the putty piece joined with the front part so now you're leaving that putty piece you're going to take only the top part you can see this just place on the exact line of the neckline this the second line okay and you're going to mark the exact point where the petite P is n at so from that line you're going to draw a two lines at the bottom leaving a quarter-inch of elements so to this third line you're going to take the measurement from the dart to the endpoint of the blouse so this is going to be the length between the midpoint of your burst so now I'm going to take the length of the dart so to take the length of the dot you have to take the shoulder part and fold that in half and you're going to hold exactly just straight to the dart so this is going to be the dart and you're going to hold it on the shoulder and you're going to place the same on the pattern paper exactly on the center point of the shoulder just place it and just mark the dot point and I'm just double-checking the length just you're going to collect the nine and now I'm just making the length of the dark so this is going to be the length that is going to be one inch on either side and just collect it now we are going to mark the length of the blouse so you're going to take from the armhole line till the party piece so that's going to be the length of the front part of the blouse so now just hold the endpoint of the armhole and the path to peace so to the slanted line you're going to mark that not a straight line so this is going to be having a two line that is with the seam allowance of quarter-inch and connect it with the dirt and now I'm going to straighten this out like this so this is going to be the front part so now I'm going to measure the height of the dart by holding the dart like this so starting from this point so this point is going to be the height of the dart which is going to look like an A so just place it on the exact point where the dot end and you're going to mark the height of the dark like this okay and the side dark I'm going to just connect the lines like this exactly or the straight line of the dart you're going to mark the sides art just for the guidance when I sew I just tell you how to just saw this exact way so now the next step is cutting off the putty so today I am going to show you the two ways of cutting the putty one is taking the self measurement and one is taking from the measuring louse so today I'll be showing the stretching and the cutting of two-way putty so to the front part of the armhole are you going to cut a marginal amount out of this somewhat like this so this should be done only on the front side so don't forget to do this step so you have to take the marginal amount from the pattern paper because there's going to be traced in the fabric so you're going to cut in straight on the sides so now I have just placed my back part on my lining fabric and I'm going to cut the same okay just hold it firm and you're going to cut on the exact type of your back part so once it's done I got to piece of the back part so now I'm going to trace the same on my main fabric and I'm going to cut this out so first I'm going to just draw the exact shape and I'm going to cut this out so seem like that I'm going to cut the front part of the blouse or placing the pattern paper on my lining fabric and then I'm going to cut the same on my main fabric also so now I'm going to show you how to make a party piece so now for this take your lining fabric and take your blouse piece and now I'm going to measure the height of the putty so just place it like this and leave a quarter inch or half inch for folding of the PERT apiece and now I'm going to place it like this so till the end point you're going to give a mark and again a quarter inch line for the seam allowance so just take the length of the putty and now I'm going to just mark the length of the button that's going to be the full length and again same like that you are going to take the height of the putty on the next side of the blouse so same like that you're going to leave a quarter inch line and you're going to mark the height of the putty like this now I'm going to draw a line and I'm going to make like a curved line at the top some more plugs so now I'm going to cut this out so now place the PATA piece on top of the main fabric and I'm going to cut the same now we are going to see either fleas making and to make us leaves you're going to fold the fabric once and again you're going to fold that in half so always cut the lining first so now I'm just going to even out the place so just cutting the uneven edge you can just place the sleeve on top of the lining fabric leaving a margin amount for folding and just mark that so you're just leaving one inch on the end of the sleeves just place the sleeves firm on top of the lining fabric like this and then you're going to mark the end point where the sneeze line is going to end and you're going to leave a quarter inch and you're going to mark the same for the seam allowance okay now you're going to mark the end line of the armpit and you're going to just connect it like this and from the top to the bottom you're going to connect it in an easy curve from your chin you're just going to connect in an easy and nice curve so this how I used to cut my sleeves when I'm using the blouse or the cryptography and it never went wrong so I'm going to cut out the sleeves and then I'm going to place this lining fabric on my main fabric and I'm going to cut the same so now take your pretty side of the back part and the lining matches together so the pretty side to face up and to the wrong side you are going to attach the lining so now I'm going to put a basting stitch all around the blouse and the basting stretch is nothing but a big stretch in your machine so I'm just putting your basting stitch all around my back side of my blouse and I'm going to put this basting stitch on the both side of the back piece and then once a basting stretch is done I'm going to attach the piping to my blouse so now the back part of the blouse is done by attaching the basting stitch so now I'm going to add my golden tissue fabric as my piping so I just going to fold that in half and I'm going to attach it on the exact corner of the neckline so make sure that you stay on the shape of the neckline that's very important you so now play take your pattern paper and I'm going to place it on top of my main fabric and also my lining fabric so I'm going to trace the same by drawing on the exact corner of the pattern paper like this so I'm just drawing my outer part of this and I'm going to draw the top part now I'm going to just stretch on the exact line what I have drawn like this so now I'm going to cut on the exact point where the stress line is there so I'm not cutting on the stretch line I'm going to cut on the exact margin of the stretch line so just cut slowly and get into the curve okay so now to the red color fabric to the outer part I'm going to add the same a bias stripe and I'm going to sew the both the red piece like this so once you are done with this pattern you're going to place the blouse on top of this and you're going to sew that together you're going to sew at the exact shy just so little by little to get into the shape and now it's ready the so same I'm going to do to the next side of the blouse so one side of the blouse is ready okay so same like that I'm going to sew my next slide so once it's done it's going to look very very pretty beautiful like this so now I'm going to add the center piece to this so take your center piece pattern and I have took my lining and the main fabric so main fabric is going to be a golden tissue fabric so now I took my third part of the pattern paper and I'm going to trace the same on my lining okay and I'm going to sew that together if I just I'm going to leave a margin amount and I'm going to sew that together just leave a quarter inch and this is going to be a straight stretch not a curved stretch because I'm just going to secure the lining with the main fabric I'm just sewing on the four corners of the fabric like this so now I'm just placing my pattern paper on top and I'm going to take a take away the top part of the fabric by just cutting that and making it even because I'm going to add a piping to that that is the bias type so I'm just going to add my red color piece of fabric on top of that and I'm going to add the piping so now just take the centerpiece of the pattern paper and I'm going to place that on top of this piece and I'm going to check where I'm going to place my blouse part and now I'm going to just mark the margins of this but on this exact line I'm going to place my blouse part I'm going to play it somewhat like this and I'm going to sew that together so if you want you can secure it with some pins and you can continue sewing this and so if you want you can add a nice and beautiful buttons like this and that going to look really fancy okay so now I'm going to make my front piece so it seem like that I'm going to add basting stretch all around my front part of the blouse like this so now my both the front part is ready by adding the basting stretch and now take the pattern paper and place it on top of the front part and you're going to mark the dot okay so just place it on the exact position and take your pointy tip pen and you're going to put into the dot point and you're going to mark the same and you're going to fold that on the exact dot point and you're going to cut a notch like this from here I'm going to just make like an e it's going to be the dark line so now I have placed my next side of the blouse underneath and I'm just marking the same dots and I'm just marking the same dot line and the height of the dart and the notches on the next side of the blouse so just double check whether you got the same exact straight line from the shoulder so it should be somewhat like this little bit less than they have like this and you have to double check before showing that that's very important so now I'm going to sew the dart like this and now I'm going to sew the side dart so exact to the straight of the dart is going to be that line and exactly to the straight of the dark it's going to come the side dart so holding that midpoint of the dark you're going to go a little bit slanting and you're going to sew the side dart so the length of the side dark can be 1.5 inches to two inches so now I'm going to sew the side dot which is going to come under your arm hole so just hold the dark like this and you're going to just make it even the armhole and you're going to just hold it somewhat like this and you're going to sew that together so the midpoint of the dart should be in a straight line to the armhole now you can see I got a nice shape like this so now I'm going to show you how to add the party piece to the front part of the plows this is going to come at my left hand side so now I'm going to add my party piece so I'm going to double fold the down side of the fabric and I'm going to put a straight stretch just double fold that and and you're going to add a straight stretch to this okay and now make sure that the pretty side of the blouse matches the free side of my party piece like this just take one Li the pretty side of the party and I'm going to just sew that together like this and when you get into the dot just fold the dart and tuck the dart in and hold it with your finger and you're going to sew that together like this you're going to sew little by little leaving a quarter inch of seam allowance you like food and now all you have to do is just open the lining piece like this make sure the lining piece how to hang out like this and now from the shoulder you're going to roll the front part like this so just roll it tight so make sure that the roll part should get into the Petit piece and now you can see the raw edge where the both the sides has been attached so now you're going to mash the raw edge with the lining fabric see this should be look somewhat like this and you're going to serve it like this this will give you a very nice and neat look so now it's going to look like this and from the side you can see some fabric is hanging out just pull out the fabric so really a tough time and when you pull out all the fabric completely or you get a very nice and neat finish like this you can see how many it is so all the seam would be sandwiched inside and now I'm going to show you how to make the putty piece for the self measurement so now take the front piece and you're going to join the front piece with a back piece by attaching the shoulder so this how you have to make when you're changing the self measurement so just double stretch the shoulder like this now just flip the front part like this and now you can see the gap between the front part and the back part this is going to be the putty piece for the self measurement so just placing like this make sure the armhole matches the back and the front together so now you can see the gap between both so now place the fabric underneath and you're going to draw the exact shape of the front part leaving a 1-inch of Elevens at the down for folding the fabric so I'm just drawing the same exact shape and I just left a exactly one inch at the bottom for folding now you can see when you attach it it's just going to come on the exact same way like this so now we are going to cut that exact shape or very how mark okay so if you are taking your own measurement and if you're going to cut the party piece this how you have to make so if you really want to learn how to take your own bodice measurement please do click on the link that you see on the screen so that you can learn or to take your own bodice measurement now take your party and make sure that the pre side of the putty matches the pre side of the fabric like this so seem like that you are going to match the pretty sides together and you're going to place the lining underneath and you're going to put a straight stretch keep so little find it so they are going to fit the fabric in with me to put out stretch like this so once you are done by attaching the party piece like this just lift up the lining piece and you're going to double fold the lining like this you're going to put a straight stretch on the lining so now I'm going to attach the sleeves so before attaching this place same strap you have to put a basting stretch all around the sleeves okay so now I'm going to double for the end part of the sleeves like this and I'm going to put a straight stretch so I'm going to do the same to the border part of my sleeves so now just match both the center point of the sleeves by folding that in half and just give a notch okay and I'm going to place the sleeves like this and I'm going to cut a margin amount of fabric out of this place so this should be done by placing both the pretty side of the sleeves together and you're going to cut out a little bit out of this so this is going to be come exactly on the front side this is going to be the front side and the this going to be the back side okay so I show you how to attach this to your blouse now open the armhole part of your blouse and now you're going to place the center point of the shoulder matching the center point of the fleece like this so the front part should meet the front side and the back part of the sleeves should meet the back side okay so just there matching the center point and the shoulder line you're going to just sew that together hope you feel regular to my channel I showed in many videos how to attach the sleeves how to measure the exact point of the center of the sleeves and this how how to attach little by little you're going to sew that together leaving a quarter inch of seam allowance so seem like that you're going to just attach the next side of the sleeves so once you're done by attaching the sleeves you can see the amount of fabric is hanging out of the shoulder so just curve that in and you're going to cut on the exact shape like this so that it would be equal to the shoulder line it would be more than the shoulder line like this so now I'm going to show you how to attach the hoops party to this so the hooks but you would be coming on your right hand side so we're placing the free side together and I'm going to just sew that with the front part so when you get to the end are you going to double fold the fabric lookey to the end line exactly on the same way like but TP so it should be equal to the putty and you're going to just fold that end and you're going to have like this so just open it form like this and you're going to put a top stretch like this so once it's done you're going to double fold that again and you're going to conceal that into the fabric see you're going to tuck that in like this so there's going to be the hooks party which is going to be tucked in to the front part of the blouse like this okay you're going to start from the down part and then you're going to go up to the neckline like this so fold that in and you're going to serve it somewhat like this you see how neat it is so same like that I'm going to show the ice putty so to making the ice but you're going to place the putty piece underneath the blouse piece so when you flip that in is going to have a pretty side on top so just double fold the fabric underneath and you're going to match it with a putty piece and you're going to show that together like this and once it's done just open the fatty piece and you're going to dub single fold that and you're going to place it on the raw edge which is seen like this you can see the raw edge you're going to conceal the raw edge and you're going to just close the raw edge with this but it is this is going to be the ice patty okay and you're going to sew that together starting from the bottom part which goes up to the neckline so you're going to finish off the neckline with the same bias strip which is being folded on one side of a strip you're going to start from the back part of the red color fabric continuing to the front side of the neckline so you're going to just place it by folding it once on the red fabric that is going to put it back side and you're going to continue that to the front side so little by little you're going to feed the fabric in and you're going to give a nice and neat shape to the neckline I know there's a little bit a lengthy video because it just took up maximum three hours to make one designer blouse so I have to put that everything in a nutshell I just can't script any of these steps because more than cutting a stretching is very important for the blouse which gives the exact shape and nice fitting so once is done I'm going to give a notches to the curved edge of the neckline and I'm going to turn that in you just pull out the fabric and I'm going to turn that in somewhat like this so the to the back part you're going to add a piece of fabric and you're going to turn that in to make it even so I will be I'm just attaching a long piece of fabric to the bottom part of the backside and I'm going just putting a straight stretch and I'll be turning that in to make that even like this and open that in and we are going to so that over the top part and then I'm going to swing on the down part also it should be somewhat like this and now I'm going to just place a dot to the backside so to placing the dirt to the backside you're going to fold the back part in half like this make sure the bit folded in half and you'd be getting the center point again you're going to fold that in half okay so that point is going to be your dot so just you're going to mark your same like this and again you're going to mark to me either side so when you open that that's going to be the back Dart so just like that you're going to sew that for three and a half inches so now fold the blouse fabric in half and place your pattern blouse on top of that and you're going to mark the sleeves somewhat like this and till your arm hole ends and you're going to stretch that together this is going to be the final step in joining the blouse part so now the blouse is ready you can see how beautiful it is and it just came off really well I have to press the blouse it's not pressed in place so once you'd make anzen gloves make sure you press that and if you want you can add any fancy button you want and this how it look and this is going to be the front side I thoroughly enjoyed mixing so I want everyone to give a try or this blouse for sure going to come really well and the next thing is you how to add not to this blouse or where it just holds the shape and it just looks really stunning and I'm just searching for the red and gold color combination knot and that's it for now and if you are new to my channel please do click on the subscriber link that is on the screen and if you want more videos like this please hit on the thumbs up button below see you next time