This is the standard placket insertion method we use in our Banksia blouse pattern instructions; I like it because it results in completely enclosed raw edges and a lot of topstitching details. Check out this tutorial to learn how to do a standard placement.
It’s a little easier than the standard placket insertion method because it doesn’t enclose all of the raw edges, and it gives a slightly different look, which is great if you want to stand out.
THREE // How to sew a faux placket (the cheeky method)
This method is great because it eliminates the need to sew a placket! It’s great if you don’t want the effort or functionality of a traditional placket. Carefully planning and basting your placket placement on your garment will make your life so much easier when it’s time to sew.
What is a button placket?
The term placket now refers to the two layers of fabric that hold the buttons and buttonholes in a shirt, with the two sides of the placket often overlapping to protect the wearer from fasteners rubbing against their skin and to conceal underlying clothing or undergarments.
How do you make a continuous placket?
To make the continuous bound placket, sew around the marked placket line for about 1/8u2032u2032 or less (2-3mm), then slash along the line. Press under 1/4u2032u2032 (6mm) on one long edge of the placket piece.
How many types of placket are there?
For the modern man, there are four types of plackets: buttoning without a front placket, buttoning with a front placket, hidden buttons, and popover. Each of these laces serves to adapt the dress shirt to different occasions of use.
How do you make a placket pocket?
Contents Table of Contents
- #1. Mark your welt pattern piece. #2. Mark the welt placement on your garment. #3. Cut your welt piece into two pieces. #4. Sew the welt to the garment. #5. Cut the welt opening open. #6. Push the welt through the opening. #7. Make it all look nice. #8. Sew the welt to the welt facing.
Which is the first step in assembling the parts of the blouse?
Step 1: Choose your fabric and pattern. Step 3: Prepare and cut out your fabric. Step 8: Attach neck facings.