Personal Pattern Making (FASH 1191)
Learn to make foundation patterns to your own measurements with accurate fit. Construct a set of personal men’s or women’s personal blocks (slopers), and learn to use them as foundations to design patterns. Bring to first class: mechanical pencil, eraser, flexible tape measure, 30 cm clear plastic ruler, and a three-ring binder. Additional supplies to be discussed in the first session. Come prepared to be measured; wear slim fitting clothing with usual undergarments. Fee includes pattern paper. (30 hours).
This course requires learners to have some basic sewing experience. If you have successfully completed FASH1154 Beginner Sewing 1 or FASH1118 Introduction to Industrial Sewing Machines (or have other relevant experience) you may use our industrial sewing machines. Otherwise, you are welcome to use one of our domestic machines, bring one of your own, or do your sewing at home.
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