Print out downloadable pattern on DIN A4 paper, making sure to click on ‘None’ in the ‘Adjust page size’ printer dialogue box. Print out page 1 only at first, and check whether the square actually measures 10 x 10cm. Glue together the printed pages according to the plan on page 3.
The embroidery designs on the band sections were created for size 36. For all other sizes, we recommend that you adjust the files in the embroidery software appropriately to your size. Alternatively, the individual pattern repeat can be arranged piece-by-piece in the machine one after another on the band. For this, sketch out the band on the fabric. Roughly divide up all the fabric and embroider all pieces as shown in the drawing, then cut out the pieces. The individual pieces of the belt must be sewn into a whole before embroidering.
We recommend the following seam allowances:
For neckline, shoulder, dividing seam, belt, 1cm each; side seams and armhole, 2cm; hem 4cm.
2 x top front section
4 x front band
1 x wedge-shaped Piece
1 x front skirt Panel
2 x top back section
4 x back band
2 x back skirt panel
Belt approx. 430 x 8cm in total, finished width 4cm. When cutting out, make sure that no seam in the finished belt will be exactly in the centre. Sew together and embroider belt sections.