So, it has been recommended by Sator himself, as well as some of the other Masters, that one draft for whomever they are making their garments rather than using a pre-made, commercial pattern when starting out. To that end, I have my Tailor's square (Imperial Measures), my varyform and my hip curve (My Wife actually bought me the Fairgate Designer's Carry-all for my 35th Birthday last Month). As I am sure I'll be going through a lot of the stuff, I wanted to get some inexpensive Kraft Paper upon which to draft initially.
My question is this: How wide should I get the roll? Also, where on the paper is a good place to start, as I know from observing patternmaking discussions here, as well as analyses, that parts often extend beyond the initial starting point of the draft. Simple questions, but I thought someone might be able to offer a quick answer.
Thanks in advance for the time and attention taken out to respond.