TNG Medical Smock Tutorial – Pattern Notes

SIZING INFORMATION

Here’s the sizing chart for my Tailors Gone Wild TNG medical smock pattern.

NOTE: Dr. Pulaski’s medical smocks didn’t appear to be as form-fitting as the other early TNG-era uniforms, so my (Tailors Gone Wild) patterns do include a bit of wearing ease.

Version 1 has approximately 1” of ease around the bust and 2” around the waist.

Versions 2-4 have approximately 1” of ease around both the chest and waist (just like my TNG skant patterns).

Version 5 has approximately 1” of ease around the bust and 3” around the waist.

(The above chart indicates the wearer’s measurements, so add the aforementioned wearing ease to those numbers for the finished garment measurements.)

On the printed pattern, the sizes above correspond to the following cutting lines:

If you’d like some help interpreting all the pattern information and learn some different methods for cutting out your fabric, you may find this free sewing lesson helpful. 🙂

PATTERN PIECES

ALL VERSIONS:

A – Upper front yoke

B – Lower front yoke

C – Upper back yoke

D – Lower back yoke

E – Neckline trim

F – Front yoke piping

G – Back yoke piping

H – Shoulder pad

I – Panty attachment

VERSION 1:

1A – upper front

1B – waistband

1C – lower front

1D – back

1E – side insert

1F – front sleeve

1G – back sleeve

1H – pocket bag

1I – pocket welt/facing

VERSION 2:

2A – center front

2B – side front

2C – side back

2D – center back

2E – front sleeve

2F – back sleeve

VERSION 2:

3A – center front

3B – side front

3C – side back

3D – center back

3E – front sleeve

3F – back sleeve

NOTE: All pattern pieces include ½” seam allowance, unless otherwise noted.

Now that you’ve gathered your materials, determined your sizing, and chosen your uniform style(s), it’s time to actually start making your TNG medical smock!

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