Shirt Collar Ribbing With Realistic Shaping

  • Angel Angel Comment actions Permalink

    To create the rib around the neck in this manner you need to use a rectangular pattern with the rib fabric assigned to the front - curved edge-back, when the rectangular pattern is sewn to the curved neckline it will render the texture in the same manner as you see in the image. Don't make a curved neckband that is wrong - tee shirts have thin ribbed rectangular patterns.

  • mmmswoosh Comment actions Permalink

    I'm trying your approach to make the rectangular pattern and I am using free sewing to get it sewn onto the symmetric pattern here. However, it produces the result on the avatar you see to the left What am i doing wrong?

  • mmmswoosh Comment actions Permalink

    Angel Angel did you get a chance to see? 

  • Angel Angel Comment actions Permalink

    It is hard to see from the images you have posted what is going on. However you may have sewn a pattern on incorrectly. Your tee shirt pattern also looks incorrect > usually you have a sleeve as one piece. There is a sample tee shirt in the modulator tab, maybe see that one as an example, there are quite a few sample garments you can load from that feature.

  • mmmswoosh Comment actions Permalink

    Angel Angel I am simply using a symmetric pattern to create the other half of the bodice + other sleeve. 

  • Angel Angel Comment actions Permalink

    Try sewing it in this order. You need to sew across 2 patterns equidistant > see color lines for mating sewing.

     

  • mmmswoosh Comment actions Permalink

    Angel Angel sorry but i am not sure I understand what you mean

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    Your sewing is wrong.

    Sew the single neck band onto the two patterns. Repeat for the other teeshirt pattern and neck band > then sew the 2 neck band ends either side of the shoulder (2 places).

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