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What is "Draping" - Definition & Explanation

Draping Means To Hang Or To Adorn The Body Form With Loose Fabric, And To Obtain A Body Fitted Garment By Using Adequate Sewing Techniques.
Technique of hanging fabric in folds or cover with fabric in loose folds. In draped garments, hemlines are often uneven.
A 3-dimntional method for making patterns using muslin on a dress form.

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