Re: [SCA-JML] How do you "scale up" patterns?
- On Oct 29, 2005, at 10:35 PM, Jason wrote:
> I'm wanting to make a pair of hakama, and I am using Sengoku Daimyo'sI don't know Effingham's hakama pattern off the top of my head, but my
> pattern. My material is 60" wide. Should I just cut it as his
> pattern shows (at 45"), or should I "scale up"? If I should scale up,
> how should I go about doing this? In other words, which numbers need
> to be increased? Obviously not the length or the length of the "door
> knob catchers". Should the position of the crotch slit from the edges
> of the pattern be adjusted? Do I need to adjust the number and/or
> depth of pleats? Thank you very much.
patterns (http://www.dementia.org/~djl/sca/japanese/patterns.html) all
have you first cut the fabric into ~15" strips, so scaling that way is
a lot easier.
> JasonSir Koredono