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menswear basic patterns

FIVE BASIC BLOCKS CREATED IN ILLUSTRATOR & SAVED AS A PDF… Includes a Basic casual jacket block, Basic over garment block, classic shirt block, shaped jacket block and a shaped over garment block. These patterns are full size completely editable & based on a male 100cm chest. 1cm seam allowance has been added to all pattern pieces. Please note; these patterns do not include instructions. To download these files please click the image. To extract these files you will need to download WIN-ZIP or 7ZIP (this is a zip folder). To print and edit these patterns you will need Adobe Illustrator & Photoshop. Feel free to amend copy or distribute these patterns as you wish. All I ask is you post a link to this site.

To build your own versions of these patterns please see the MENSWEAR MEASUREMENT GENERATOR.XLS.

HOW TO USE THE MEASUREMENT GENERATOR

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5 Responses to “MEN’S BASIC BLOCKS”

  • [...] Ralph Pink bietet ein Schnittmuster zu einer leicht taillierten Jacke gratis zum Download an. Ich habe bisher die Seitennähte nach hinten versetzt, die vordere Mitte an einen Mantel angepasst, da sich dieser ja überlappt und angefangen den Ärmel einzusetzen und anzupassen. [...]

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  • hello there! I just wanted to ask, if how to download the patterns in the normal size? when I try to print some what happens is that all patterns are in one single paper

  • tisa:

    hi ralph, i am so happy knowing that there is a site that allowing me to download free patterns, the fact that i’ve been searching for free pattern in 2 days for my barbie clothes are so frusterating but then i found your site! thanks ralph!

  • Phiilip:

    Dear ralph

    Thanks for all your stuff. It has really helped me understand some seemingly complicated concepts…

    I just have one query for you. I am attempting to make your classic shirt pattern… and I printed everything with ease and with no changes in scale… However, the collar and collar stand are ridiculously huge. Is this right or did I mess up somewhere? :/

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