Sleeve Fashion Designs : Fitted Sleeve Fashion Design

Sleeve Fashion Designs : Fitted Sleeve Fashion Design

November 9, 2019 0 By Bernardo Ryan


Here I am going to show you a fitted sleeve
and we have the drawing of it, my drawing has the dash lines representing where the
actual physical arm is. And since we want to show that we are putting fabric over it
and it’s not necessarily skin tight, even though it is fitted. Fitted doesn’t mean spandexy,
skin tight, it just means that it follows the natural lines and it goes from out at
the shoulder to in at the wrist just like the normal human being’s body does. So we
have the arm and then we’re going to make it fitted to it where if, think about it like
this, if you bend your elbow and you’re wearing a long sleeved shirt, it’s going to come in,
a fitted long sleeved shirt is going to come in contact, the shirt fabric is going to come
in contact with your elbow. So when we draw it on here, you don’t necessarily have to
create any extra space, that’s why there’s no dash lines right there because you’re contacting
the fabric when you bend your elbows but down here at your wrist, it’s still fitted, however,
it’s not tight. So you come out a little bit and then come out a little bit here because
you have to allow for range of movement. Otherwise, if it were completely fitted, unless it were
like spandexy it wouldn’t work, you’d rip. So come out a little bit and then you have
your fitted sleeve.