Princess Line A dress or top with a seam-line that runs from the armhole to the hem, or the shoulder and the hem, where the bust and waist darts are incorporated into this seam. Examples Image 1 The Extended Line Dress Block front and back with the princess line drawn through the armhole. The side
Princess seams are wonderful! They look nice and a garment with princess seams is easy to fit because you can adjust the shaping in the seams. All it takes is a quick muslin and some pins. I’ll show you how in this article!
Princess Line - Armhole This page gives instructions for creating the pattern pieces for the Armhole Princess Line style-line. The instructions given are limited to the style-line, as that is the theory being covered - I do not give the instruction to create the whole pattern; e.g. pattern pieces are not created for the lining
A princess line dress is a fitted garment that has seam lines crossing over the bust point, replacing darts. As these princess lines absorb fullness of dart within stitch lines and control the fit of garment, they are also called dart equivalents. In this post, I have shown step-wise pattern making of Kameez with Armhole Princess line in Front & Back.
Would you like to have a more intimate setting for your first cruise? Perhaps you long for the perfect retirement cruise to exotic ports? Or would your family enjoy the non-stop fun on a mega-ship ocean vessel? Here are the top five ships in the Princess Line for first-time cruisers. 1. Pacific Princess: As the smallest ship in the fleet, she carries only 680 passengers. Many have compared this elegant ship with a country manor house, replete with plush interiors of dark wood and old world…