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Thank You for the post.
For all non German speaking members, this publication is about how to use the Mueller pattern templates to create individual patterns for an idividual person and/ or an individual style.
At last I have enough other important things to avoid that I can safely post this up again.

Der praktische Zuschnitt, 1950's industry handbooks from Mueller - Rundschau. This is the only one I have with any reference to men's garments - at the end.


 I was expecting something like this if a Waffenrock is assembled... (sorry if the ill symbol is there; I'll replace it with a censored one later)


While I feel the pattern shown here would end up with like this:

Costumers Forum / Re: Interesting form of collar construction.... Any clearer versions?
« Last post by peterle on February 15, 2018, 08:31:45 PM »
As you can read in the section "der Kragen" this collar is a turn down collar.

b-b1-a2-a1-b is the collar stand. Itīs 3,5cm wide in the front and 4,5 cm in the back.
b-b1-a3-a4-b is the turn down part. Itīs 6,3cm in the front and 4,8cm in the back.

Stand and fall are seperate pieces.
Costumers Forum / Re: Interesting form of collar construction.... Any clearer versions?
« Last post by posaune on February 15, 2018, 08:15:08 AM »
PLush I should have read the text! Thank you Peter.
This collar needs no dressing too.
To right my wrong, here is the jacket.
Posaune, you are wright, this is from the 30's

For this diagram....

Is the collar here a turn-down like a shirt collar leaf or Prussian collar, or a stand up one like a Mandarin collar... from what I know, a Waffenrock collar looks like shirt style collar...
Advanced Apprentices / Re: Some Rundschau patterns for breeches
« Last post by Rachelnut on February 13, 2018, 03:05:00 PM »
I'm looking like I want to get a lot of guys. It's very rare.
I have this problem as well. I'm very thankful for the link. It helped me a lot.
Women's Cutter And Tailor / Re: Our first moderator
« Last post by TTailor on February 12, 2018, 10:47:00 PM »
Oops, old thread
Posaune that is very helpful!
I dont draft for ladies very often and I wanted to try out a method other than the one I have used in the past. (Natalie Bray)
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