I shall be grateful for translation of this pattern.
It appears as a teeny picture, the lettering unreadable. Is it in another language?
If you left click the jpg it opens up fairly big
Rekha, ask Ghis, I believe she is french speaking. Cathy
Most of this is familiar. If you look at a US pattern - they are printed in English and French, or at least the Butterick pattern I just looked at does:
Front = Devant
Back = Dos
Collar = Col
Sleeve = Manche
Casing = Coulisse
Tie = Attache
Interfacing = Entoilage
Size = Taille
Selvage = Lisiere
With Nap = Avec Sens
Without Nap = Sans Sens
Fold = Pliure
Crosswise Fold - Pliure Trame
Top = Haut
Skirt = Jupe
Pants = Pantalon
Buttons = Boutons
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