Cut out the second copy of the translated patterns and connect the waist line of the bodice and peplum, eliminating the decline (see figure 263, the notch x and o).
In this case, the most important part is the bodice, so it is necessary to leave the original direction of the grain lines, otherwise the entire top will be skewed. At the side of the curves the initial direction of the grain lines will save on peplum, as it is most noticeable in the product. A new direction in equity of the thread schedule, as in the previous example.

The classic cut jacket, adjacent silhouette, no cutting at the waist
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