Flat Pattern Cutting and Modelling for Fashion
This one-volume edition, revised and with new material added, is compiled from the author's three previous volumes. It aims to provide all the skills needed to translate design ideas and working sketches into accurate garment patterns, and presents a variety of methods, all of which have been tried and tested with students. Emphasis is placed on a three-dimensional, practical approach and the book is arranged in self-contained lessons with text and diagrams closely associated.
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Trousers 151 Basic braslip
Grownon wing collar cut flat
Jabots and other neck finishes
Waist bodice and darts 18 Position of the shoulder seam
Add seam allowances back and front back seam back waist basic bias block Figure bust line bust point button stand calico centre back centre front circumference Completed pattern Figure crease crossmark crotch level crown level line Culottes curved cut flat dart line dart point Draw dress form flare Fold front block gathers grain lines guide line gusset hip block hip level hip line length Lengthen Lingerie lower marks and grain maternity modelling fabric muslin neck point neckline Outline back Outline front pattern paper Pin to dress Place balance marks princess line seam line seam turnings shape shoulder dart shoulder line shoulder point shoulder seam side seam skirt block sleeve block sleeve seam soft pencil straight grain style lines tape top collar Trace trace tack trouser block underarm dart vertical line waist block waist dart waist line waistline wedding dress width wrist yoke