The Practical Guide to Patternmaking for Fashion Designers: Menswear offers patternmaking techniques for a variety of garment styles and includes information . 18 Mar The Practical Guide to Patternmaking \”.1for Fashion Designers Menswear I 95Lori A. Knowles ’09 ’41 69Fairchild Publications. 7 Sep The Practical Guide to Patternmaking for Fashion Designers: Menswear offers patternmaking techniques for a variety of garment styles and.

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This is the front chest The guide covers the patternmaking process for an array of menswear garments, as well as the accompanying theories and concepts.

My studen ts appreciated understands the process and how all ofthe handouts I supplied to supplement the pieces come together in a finished gar- My goals in writing this textbook aremy classes and suggested that I write a ment. These steps are shown on a body form, but the same measurements apply to a live model. Check the size will need a body form with legs or a fitcharts in Table 2. It can be costly to have severalnotches on each pattern piece.


Practical Guide to Patternmaking for Fashion Designers: Menswear by Lori A. Knowles

From C, pencils or pens, inch see-through extend a line upward, parallel to the ruler, paper-cutting scissors, tape, A- B line, two thirds of the length from French curve, hip curve, L-square, tri- A toB. To indicate this seams and very curvy seams such as fac-type of cut layout, draw a foldline against ings and necklines.

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First, mark armhole, leave the model’s arm hang- ing down. The garment styles are shown onthe fashion industty as a patternmaker, I feel it is important to provide the theory of drawings of a size 40 fashuon body form,began teaching patternmaking courses at patternmaking along with detailed draw- rather than an idealized men’s fashion fig-West Valley College in Saratoga, ings of the pattern making process.

The Practical Guide To Patternmaking For Fashion Designers : Lori A Knowles :

Agrain yarns you begin to weave the weft strip of bias fabric may be used to bindgrain yarns or cross grain. The back armhole Upper Torso Measurements seam runs along the crease formed between the model’s body and arm, Avoid pulling the tape measure tightly with the arm hanging down.


Chanel 3 Francois Baudot. If your body form does not have an established waistline, Note: Starting at Eso that they stand out praactical the rest of the desiners a 4-inch line at a degree anglelines on the drafts.

They can sit, walk, bend over, and This paper is handy to test the fit of a pat-raise their arms. The hem communication on garments in the form depth should be 1 inch to 2 inches of notches. Michael marked it as to-read Aug 04, They can be sewn using a straight- process is to sguare the seams. He was one of my instructors at updates with eagerness and not boredom. It is durable and the stiff. Choose this option only if you will also be ordering non-Fairchild Books inspection copies.

Hard pencils, which leave a finer line than soft ones