How to take the measuring
Knitted wool sweaters,dresses,cardigans for women designed by KUSHNIR. Select your measurements and we will tailor make your sweater! Made take 2-3 weeks.
When measuring your size we recommend measuring a clothing that you own and fits nicely. Follow the guide below:
1. 1/2 Shoulder width 2. 1/2 Chest 3. Sweater length 4. Sleeve Length 5. 1/2 Armhole 6. 1/2 Sleeve width
As each item is hand made and therefore unique, minor differences in size are possible.
Delivery time is 2-3 weeks for the making + shipping.
Stand with your back straight in front of a full-length mirror. Having good posture is the key to taking accurate measurements.
1. Start with your upper bust. Place the tape measure around your torso, right under your armpits and over the top of your bust. The tape measure should form a loop that is more or less parallel to the floor, but if it’s angled up a little in the front to clear the top of your bust, that is fine. Write this measurement down.
Wrap a soft tape measure around your bust. Take it around your back, across your shoulder blades and under your arms. It should wrap around the fullest part of your bust. The tape should be straight and parallel with the floor.
Keeping the measuring tape parallel to the ground, measure around your bra directly under your bust.
Identify your waist. While standing straight, bend over to the front or side and make a note of where your body creases. This is your natural waist. It’s the narrowest part of your torso, generally located between your rib cage and belly button.
Wrap the tape measure around your natural waist. Keep it parallel to the floor. Do not hold your breath or suck your stomach in. Hold your body erect in a comfortable standing position to get an accurate measurement. Be sure you don’t draw it too tight.
Wrap the tape measure around the fullest part of your hips and buttocks. This is usually located 7 to 9 inches (17.8 to 22.9 cm) below your natural waist. Keep the tape measure parallel to the floor.
6. UPPER ARM.
Measure the circumference of your arm. Wrap the tape measure around the widest part of your upper arm from front to back and around to the start point.
7. IDEAL LENGTH OF DRESS.
Ask a friend for help.
Stand with your back straight and your legs together in front of a full-length mirror.
Instruct your friend to hold the end of the tape measure at the top center of your shoulder.
Direct your friend to extend the tape measure along the front of your body, over the fullest part of your chest and down to your knees or your preferred, desired hemline.
Mark the number down on paper.
8. Measure from the top of your shoulder, along your arm to where the wrist meets your hand, just past your wrist bone. Thats your Arm Length.