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Paper template used to cut the various pieces of a garment.
Symbol indicating the position and width of the fold on the inside of the fabric that makes the garment snugger.
Marking used to precisely match pieces that go together.
Marking indicating that the pattern must be placed on the folded edge of the fabric and in the grain direction.
Line indicating where to fold the fabric to create the bottom of a garment.
Line indicating where to position the zipper.
Line with arrows indicating how to position the pattern on the fabric so that it lies in the direction of the warp threads.
Double line indicating where to adjust the length of the piece of fabric to suit the person who will wear the garment.
Distance between the seam line and the cutting line; it creates a fold on the back of the garment once the seam is stitched.
Sewing mark indicating an area that requires special attention.
Line indicating where to sew a seam.
Line indicating where to cut the fabric.