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Previously named My Sloper Collar, My Sloper Neckwear 2.0 includes 3 new collar designs and a Dickey module as well.  With My Sloper Neckwear 2.0, a home business specializing in making modest clothing for women and girls can add a line of dickeys with a variety of 15 collar designs to its repertoire.

Let’s go through the different modules supported by My Sloper Neckwear 2.0.

Draft Neckline Module

If you remember the history of My Sloper, you will remember that KosherPatterns ® offered the ability to draft necklines of any size freely on its Web-version.  This is how My Sloper began.  The drafting of necklines is based on our unique technique of drafting a natural neckline.

Draft Neckline

Draft Neckline

Draft Neck Facing Module

Drafting neck facings is an extension of drafting necklines, and we offered this in My Sloper as the next feature.  Neck facings are needed for collarless garments and are essential for completing such a garment.

Draft Neck Facing

Draft Neck Facing

Draft Collar Module

Draft Collars

Draft Collars

We have expanded our collar collection from 12 to 15.

New Collars

New Collars

We can basically classify our collars into these groups below.

Shirt Collars
Traditional Full-Roll Collar

Traditional Full-Roll Collar

The Traditional Full-Roll Collar is a simple yet essential collar to enhance a modest garment. Originally designed for men’s shirts, this style provides additional coverage for the neck.  It can be implemented with or without a collar stand.  What’s special about this collar is that it hugs the neck nicely.

Convertible Collar

Convertible Collar

Previously known in My Sloper Collar as Convertible Collar Style A, this collar has been renamed simply as the Convertible Collar.  A cousin of the Traditional Full-Roll Collar, this collar has a curved bottom edge to fit the curved neckline much better.

Sport Collar Style A

Sport Collar Style A

Previously known as the Convertible Collar Style B, this collar has been renamed the Sport Collar Style A.  A significant feature of this collar is that it is designed to provide ventilation at the back of the neck and hence, the Sport Collar does not hug the neck totally.  As its name suggests, this collar is ideal for sporting activities.  This collar is also designed to have a wider front than the back.

Sport Collar Style B

Sport Collar Style B

Previously known as the Convertible Collar Style C, this collar has been renamed the Sport Collar Style B, a variant of the Sport Collar Style A.  It differs than Style A in that the front collar maintains the same width as the back collar.

Peter Pan Collars
Peter Pan Flat Collar

Peter Pan Flat Collar

The Peter Pan Flat Collar is a classic flat collar with the option to “roll” and the option to have a pointed or rounded front corner.  Even the roundness is configurable!  When the collar roll increases, you will find the gap between the front collars widening.

Feminine Full-Roll Collar

The Feminine Full-Roll Collar, as its name suggests, is the opposite of the Shirt Collar in that it hugs the neckline in a soft and feminine kind of way.  If you notice any of the Shirt Collar styles above, you will be able to spot the shape of the collar at its top resembling the letter ‘V’, whereas you will find a collar in this category maintaining a rounded shape at its top. This style can be configured to have a pointed or rounded front corner.

Feminine Semi-Roll Collar

The Feminine Semi-Roll Collar is a variant of the Feminine Full-Roll Collar that offers less than a full roll.  You also have the option to configure this collar’s front corner to be either pointed or rounded.

Cowl Collars

Cowl Collar

The Cowl Collar is a very flattering feminine collar that provides soft flowing drapes around the neckline. It has been one of the most popular collar styles besides the Peter Pan collar variety.  This collar is ideal for soft knit fabric, with or without textures.  See in the gallery below for more ideas for this collar.

Jabot Collars

Pleated Jabot Collar

The Pleated Jabot Collar resembles a Square Collar but it is more flair in the front than the back;  its center front has an inverted box-pleat. You may configure its front collar width to be bigger than its back collar width.  This collar can be sewn in either knit or woven fabrics.

Frill & Tie Collars

Frill Collar

The Frill Collar is a Victorian-style collar that is lovable in this generation as well.  Designed with a buttoned collar stand in mind, the Frill Collar has the option to configure the width of its frill as well as its stand.

Bow and Frill Collar

The Bow & Frill Collar has a long tie-able ribbon bow as its closing. You can configure the width of the collar stand, the width and length of the bow.

Tie Collar

The Tie Collar is a collar plus imitation men’s tie in one.  This collar gives you the option to configure the width of its collar stand and tie.  You may need to learn how to tie a tie.

Draft Dickey Module

Draft Dickey

Draft Dickey

The Dickey Module supports two neckline styles: Jewel and Cowl. In addition, these opening style are supported: Back Zipper, Front Zipper, Front Add-on Button-stand, and Front Separate Button-stand.  You can configure the length and width of the dickey.  This dickey design has been used widely by commercial dickeys sold exclusively on ModestAnytime.com.  You may read client testimonials as a vote of confidence.  My Sloper Neckwear 2.0 is a great investment for a home business wishing to specialize in custom made dickeys with its variety of collar choices.

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