One way to use the flat sketch in the STYLE DETAILS sheet.
A way to give detailed information on a style is with a STYLE DETAILS sheet.
Your manufacturer needs all the details.
This is a handy sheet where you can make sure that no detail gets lost.
It is a handy sheet for you as well as your manufacturer.
You can point to each detail, give a short explanation, or you can refer to an additional sheet for further information.
Lets say you have a gathering like on the tee on the STYLE DETAILS sheet on the image.
It is a gathering not a regular tie string. And easily overlooked even if your manufacturer gets a sample.
On the details sheet you can point to the gathering, give a short explanation and refer to the sample, and your manufacturer can have a look at it.
From the STYLE DETAILS sheet you can refer to other sheets like FABRIC SHEET, STITCHES SHEET, LABEL SHEET, TECHNICAL DETAILS SHEET and so on.
The STYLE DETAIL sheet helps you to get an overview over wich sheets you need to fill out.
For the manufacturer it is also a nice overview over where to find information on all details on the style.
Read part 1 about flat sketches:
Would you like to hear more on STYLE DETAILS sheets or flat sketches, please comment below… (or above depending on what device you are on )
This is not the only way to use a flat sketch, I would LOVE to know how you use flat sketches.