How To Measure Clothes That Are True Of Men And Women

How To Measure Clothes That Are True Of Men And Women
How To Measure Clothes That Are True Of Men And Women
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How To Measure Clothes That Are True Of Men And Women – Many clothing catalogs or fitness programs require you to measure body parts. The following is how to measure these parts correctly. The tips below will describe the basic measurements for making clothes.

Measure men’s clothes

Prepare the tape meter. This type of meter is widely sold in craft shops or in sewing material stores.

Neck:

  • Measure the bottom of the neck in centimeters.
  • Round the fractions to the nearest ½ centimeter.

Chest:

Circle the meter under the armpit, around the most swollen chest (usually just above the nipple).

Hand:

  • Bend your elbows and place your palms on your pelvis.
  • Ask someone to measure from the middle of the neck to the wrist by placing the meter over your shoulder, down to the elbow, to the wrist.

Waist:

  • Circle the meter around the waist where you usually wear pants.
  • Unscrew the meter by placing a finger between the meter and the waist.

Hip:

Stand with your legs stretched as far as 15 cm and measure around your widest hips.

Inseam (groin to the ankle):

  • Wear shoes.
  • For the inside of the pants, ask someone to measure from your groin to the back of the heel, where the tip of your pants ends. For the outer side of the pants, stretch the meter from the waist to the end of your pants.

How to measure women’s clothes

Prepare the tape meter. This type of meter is widely sold in craft shops or in sewing material stores.

Chest:

Circle the meter under the armpit, around the most swollen part of the b6e@st.

Bra:

Traditional way: Circle the meter just below the b6e@st, around the rib cage. Don’t forget to add 10 cm (13 cm if odd) extra for the width of the shirt later. Then reduce the b6e@st size from the width of the shirt. The result is your bra / cup size.

Modern way: Circle the meter just below the b6e@st, around the rib cage. This is the size for the bottom of the b6e@st. Round the fractions to the nearest number to get the size of the chest circumference. Then reduce the size of the b6e@st size.

The result is the cup size as follows:

  • AA = 1/2 inch (1.3 cm)
  • A = 1 inch (2.5 cm)
  • B = 2 inches (5 cm)
  • C = 3 inches (7.6 cm)
  • D = 4 inches (10 cm)
  • E / DD (American) or DD (English) = 5 inches (12.7 cm)
  • F / DDD (American) or E (English) = 6 inches (15 cm)
  • G (American) or F (English) = 7 inches (17.7 cm)
  • H (American) or FF (English) = 8 inches (20 cm)
  • I (American) or G (English) = 9 inches (22.8 cm)
  • J (American) or GG (English) = 10 inches (25 cm)

Waist:

Circle the circle around your waist where you usually wear pants.

Hip:

Stand with your feet stretched for 15 cm and measure around the widest hip (usually around 17-25 cm below the waist).

Tips

  • You need to know if you want to sew with cotton, that cotton likes to shrink when washed.
  • Ask to help others to measure your body.
  • Do not deflate or inflate the stomach. Measure it in the normal position.
  • Open a layered wear like a jacket, but still use your bra.
  • When measuring, position the meter firmly but not tightly.

Easy Ways to Measure Body to Make Clothes (sewing clothes / clothing)

Easy Ways to Measure Body to Make Clothes (sewing clothes / clothing)
Easy Ways to Measure Body to Make Clothes (sewing clothes / clothing)

There are two easy ways to measure the body to make tops or long dresses.

1. By measuring the body directly.

2. Measuring clothes that have been made that fit in the body, Usually we use centimeters (cm)

1. How to Measure Body Directly.

It’s easier, we ask for help from friends to measure our bodies. Using a flexible meter like the one used by tailors. If there is only a ruler, we can use a rope and the length is measured by a ruler or ordinary meter.

a. Chest size

Our meter circulates around the body through the br3a5st measured right then + 4cmb.

b. Back / Shoulder Width,

Measured from the middle boundary of the left arm to right

c. Waist size

Measured around the waist + 2cm

d. Shoulder Width

Measured from the curve of the neck to the tip of the shoulder

e. Arm Circles

Measured around the shell of the arm from under the armpit and then inserted or inserted into two fingers

f. Short Sleeve Length

Measured from the tip of the shoulder to the elbow for the scalp, until the desired length for the arm is long.

g. Long dress

Measured from the tip of the shoulder / shoulder to the desired length of clothes

2. Measuring Clothes To more easily measure yourself, it’s easiest to use our existing clothes that are most appropriate in our body. Try one of the most comfortable clothes to wear, remove, and then put on the floor.

Prepare a meter, or with a normal ruler, if you use this method.

a. SHOULDER. measure from the tip of the shoulder to the other end of the shoulder. If you want a certain neck circumference (not standard), add the length of the seam connection to the tip of the shoulder.

b. Hand length. measure the length of the hand, from the tip of the shoulder, to the desired length (can be added or subtracted from the sample of the shirt)

c. Chest width. the width of the chest is measured according to the joint under the measured armpit width only, (multiplied by two can also determine the circumference.

d. Hip width. if at the waist the size is different, it is also measured. It will be smaller than the chest for a slim one. If the stomach is large, bigger than the pelvis or chest, then it is made the same between the width of the waist and the width of the chest or hip.

e. Hip width. measure the width of the pelvis, or the width of the tops of the tops of the models (blouses, shirts, etc.)

f. CLOTHING LENGTH. The length of the shirt is measured from the seam connection in the krah (neck) or shoulder part, to the desired length, it can fit, minus, or add. The other part that needs to be measured if desired is the width of the hand. Measured on the end of the hand, and if desired, different from the standard, the base of the arm can also be sized.

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