You will need
The first step to the ability to cut should be the build step patterns. It needs to be able to take basic measurements and know how to apply them to the type of clothing that you want to create. The main pattern is made on paper. It should outline where to tuck, and to transfer the real dimensions. And then get to work with fabric.
Before experts recommend cut fabric to decativate. That is, pre-process it wet-heat method. We need this in order to give the fabric shrinkage even during the cut, rather than in the finished product. It must be so. If the finished product is supposed to wash, then the fabric should be pre-washed at the same temperature and in the same mode in which it will happen later. The dried fabric needs to be ironed.
Now start cutting the desired things. As a rule, cut, fabric is usually folded in half lengthwise wrong side out. Edge should be up against the edge. Especially good this way when you need to get a symmetrical part.
On the prepared cloth, lay your paper pattern, pin it with pins. Small guide lines on which you cut. Don't forget to leave room for bleed of approximately 1.5 cm (for thin fabrics can be smaller for thick - more).
Don't forget about the tools that will carry out the cutting work. Need for this well-sharpened tailor's scissors, not crushed, not torn and not warp the fabric. Crushed? You can now start sewing.
To learn how to sew and cut, you must first learn the basics of sewing, that is, to know the theory - what are hand stitches and machine stitches, what are the ways of processing of fabrics, kinds of fabrics and features of working with them. Theoretical knowledge about sewing can be obtained from specialized books, thematic web-sites or in special courses on cutting and sewing.
Learn to sew from scratch can person patient, careful, attentive to detail and have well developed fine motor skills. To understand how to learn to sew and cut under the force every woman would desire. To have an idea about building a complex, simulated things, to begin to learn the history of fashion and style, to understand the description of the creation of products from simple to complex.