I drew a body pattern for clothing simulation using Inkscape. Then I imported the pattern to Blender with .svg extension file.
I filled the curve (when I import the pattern, it was curve type not mesh) in 2D for both and then I converted it to the mesh.
When I switch the mode to edit mode, there are a lot of points that I did not create, and a lot of lines (I think these lines are grid line but I do not understand why and how it created).
The pattern I filled in 2d for both and converted to the mesh:
The pattern in edit mode. As you can see, there are a lot of points and lines while I created only red points that I marked:
Since there are only horizontal lines, when I sew the pattern with the function in Blender, the cloth only folds in up&down direction like the images below
But I want to wrap this cloth on the body model like pictures below. I took them from Youtube video:
I think the difference is that, this pattern has vertical lines as well, so when the cloth is sewing, it wrap in left-right direction as well.
Therefore, I want to have that vertical lines on my patterns. How can I add those lines with python script? Or, do I have to add them manually?