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In sewing and fashion design , a pattern is the template from which the parts of a garment are traced onto fabric before being cut out and assembled.
Flat Pattern Technique ii. Modelling b. It is also referred as basic pattern or foundation pattern to develop and design new patterns for garments. I've updated the links below per her info. Are you interested in designing your own patterns? Analysis of the Feminine Silhouette Because the feminine figure is a mass of curves, both convex and concave, the pattern designer becomes aware of the importance of learning how to produce simple patterns which will accomplish two things, namely: 1. Shape and fit the garment to conform to the curves.
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Patternmaking for Fashion Design by Helen Joseph Armstrong Preface: Welcome to the Download and Read Patternmaking for Fashion Design free PDF The Magic Pattern Book: Sew 6 Patterns Into 36 Different Styles! by Amy Barickman.
Template included and sent separately by post. A large variety of womenswear designs and styles are analysed to help you master the art of pattern making in the shortest possible time. A simple method on pattern making for fitted pattern blocks for both personal and industrial use. An excellent tool to learn how to make patterns of perfect fit, quickly and accurately.
There are hundreds of videos out there on patternmaking techniques. Many are for casual garments and intended for self-taught sewers. Others show professional techniques. For the best help with your assignments, use the chapter or lesson headings as your search terms on YouTube or Vimeo.
The development of a garment comprises of different process. Fit is the most important factor leading to the final acceptance or rejection of a garment. Fit must be designed into the original pattern through subtleties in the pattern that provide fullness unobtrusively at appropriate locations to accommodate body bulges in a flattering manner Hudson. Good customized fit is dependent on the pattern drafting incorporating various shapes and proportions of the individual customer.