How To Make The Buttons Of Tai Chi Clothes? How To Cut The Pants Of Tai Chi Clothes

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Abstract: exercising in the morning and evening, wearing a Tai Chi suit is comfortable and elegant, but you have to buy it, and the price is also relatively high. Some skilled people who are based on sewing can cut and make it at home. Among them, the buttons of Tai Chi clothes and the cutting of Tai Chi pants are very important elements. Do you know how to make the buttons of Tai Chi clothes and how to cut the pants of Tai Chi clothes? Eager to learn, come and have a look with me

I. how to make the buttons of Tai Chi clothes

1. Lining hand sewing

Take a 2cm wide inclined wire (45 degrees) of 30 to 50cm. When it is thin, several cotton yarns should be lined in the middle of the inclined cloth strip to make it hard and durable. When it is thick, it can be set off without cotton yarn

The method is: first nail it with a needle, and then sew it firmly with your right hand. It can be used to make straight buckles, Pipa buckles and solid core flower buckles

2. Machine sewing dark line method

In order to make the buckle disc have a wireless trace and a beautiful shape, the inclined cloth strip can be folded in half, sewed with a rough edge of the sewing machine, and then turned into a buckle strip with a long needle. It can be used to make all kinds of turnbuckles

3. Machine sewing open thread method

Use a 2cm wide diagonal cloth strip to fold the burrs on both sides inward into four layers, and then use a sewing machine to sew an open thread. It can be used to make all kinds of turnbuckles

4. Copper wire wrapping method

First scrape a thin layer of paste on the back of the cloth to dry, draw and cut the inclined cloth strip with chalk according to the width of 2cm, fold the hairline on both sides of the cloth strip inward into 4 layers, and clamp a copper wire in the continuous folding line in the middle of the 4 layers, then scrape the paste and stick it firmly and dry it, with a bandwidth of no more than 0.55cm, which can be used for hollow core flowers and inlaid core flower buttons

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II. How to cut Tai Chi pants

After learning the production method of Taiji clothes buttons mentioned above, some of our skilled sewing people can also cut and sew Taiji clothes pants at home. The pants of Taiji clothes are cut as follows:

1. When making Tai Chi pants, we should put 15-20cm hip circumference in the measurement, so that the clothes produced are relatively loose and can move freely. Moreover, it is best to find fabrics with a falling feeling, such as cotton, linen, silk, or ice silk. First, draw a horizontal line on the paper to determine the length of the pants

2. Then draw a vertical line perpendicular to this horizontal line. The length is 1/4 hip circumference plus 1 cm. In this way, a rectangle appears on the sub

3. Draw the crotch line from right to left. The length of the crotch line is equal to 1/4, and the hip circumference is plus 1 cm

4. Determine that the length of the small vertical crotch is 3.5cm, and the vertex of the small vertical crotch is connected to the middle of the crotch line. Draw a circular arc to complete the crotch bend. Connect the crotch bending vertex to the foot opening, and the front part of the pants is completed

5. At the back of the pants, there is a rise of two centimeters at the waist and a rise of ten centimeters at the crotch. The crotch bend is also drawn with a circular arc, connecting the apex of the bend with the hem

6. Cut another section of waist opening, with a width of five centimeters, and the length is the same as the waist opening in the pants cutting drawing, so that the cutting of a pair of Tai Chi pants is completed

Cut the cloth according to the paper pattern, and then sew it up. A suitable pair of Tai Chi pants is finished. How about it? Is it very simple? Hurry up

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