step 7: Next, we shall cut along the bustline from the CF edge (rightmost edge) to the bust point (BP in Figure 4), and rotate the two sections created to eliminate the upper and lower darts, taping across these seams. This converts the vertical dart to a horizontal dart.
step 22: Mark the bust point (BP) at a distance of 2.5 cm (1") below point U. For some pattern manipulations, you will need to draw a horizontal line through the bust point from one side of the block to the other (the BUST LINE).
step 12: Next, find and mark the point half way from G to I along the shoulder (point J). From point J, measure 5 cm (or 2") down, and 1 cm (or 2/5") to the left. Mark this point (point K). This is the end of the shoulder dart.
step 13: From K, draw two diagonal lines up to the shoulder line GI, ensuring that the distance between their intersection points with the shoulder lien is 1 cm (or 2/5"). The two dart lines should be of equal length - this may require that the two halves of the shoulder line be slightly shifted.