Patternmaking for Fashion Design

Patternmaking for Fashion Design PDF ☆ for Fashion

Patternmaking for Fashion Design ✻ [EPUB] ✰ Patternmaking for Fashion Design By Helen Joseph-Armstrong ❅ – Polishdarling.co.uk Renowned for its comprehensive coverage, exceptional illustrations, and clear instructions, this hallmark book offers detailed yet easy to understand explanations of the essence of patternmaking Hingi Renowned for Fashion Design PDF ☆ its comprehensive coverage, exceptional illustrations, and clear instructions, this hallmark book offers detailed yet easy to understand explanations of the essence of patternmaking Hinging on a recurring theme that all designs are based on one or of the three major patternmaking and design principles dart manipulation, added fullness, and contouring it provides all Patternmaking for ePUB Ù the relevant information necessary to create design patterns with accuracy regardless of their complexitySewing guides included for the pleated trouser with pattern layout , belt loops, pockets, and zipper the jean pant with pockets, countour belt, and fly front and the gusset Updated jacket foundation draft includes fabric preparation, interfacing, chest piece, tape control, and shoulder for Fashion Design Kindle Ï pads Pant drafts Trouser draft including pocket, waistband, and loop dungaree foundation draft grunge pant draft and three jean waistline variations including pocket and sewing instruction Includes fitting corrections for the basic patterns Unique section on patternmaking for bias cut garmentsFor anyone developing their patternmaking skills.


10 thoughts on “Patternmaking for Fashion Design

  1. Sara Musko Sara Musko says:

    This is an extremely comprehensive book on patternmaking It gives you instructions to draft almost anything you could ever want to make This is the textbook for the patternmaking classes for my fashion program, and it was a good complement to the course, but on its own I believe it would be confusing Some of the instructions will leave you feeling lost, but overall this is an awesome reference book and super inspiring.


  2. Dana Dana says:

    Read as part of a pattern making class and while the info is good, I don t think I would get as much from the book without a knowledgeable teacher Some of the instructions are unclear, and the methods aredifficult and yield the same results, and the illustrations are some time ambiguous I would still recommend this book though, worth owning


  3. Darklysewn Darklysewn says:

    i actually own the 2nd edition i reference this booktimes than i can count i have no idea what i would do without it the best book on basic instruction from begginner to professional everyone should own a copy of this book who wants to make clothing


  4. Kathryn Priestley Kathryn Priestley says:

    For all beginner sewers, dress makers, tailors, etc., I present to you the manual to creating virtually any article of clothing from any material.Obviously, you won t be able to instantly make an Oscar de la Rent a gown your first go a round but by the third or fourthget the book I do suggest the newest version, as techniques are always being updated simplified as well as new ones added, but it s not pertinent that you shell out 60 for a textbook, the newer versions just have better picture For all beginner sewers, dress makers, tailors, etc., I present to you the manual to creating virtually any article of clothing from any material.Obviously, you won t be able to instantly make an Oscar de la Rent a gown your first go a round but by the third or fourthget the book I do suggest the newest version, as techniques are always being updated simplified as well as new ones added, but it s not pertinent that you shell out 60 for a textbook, the newer versions just have better pictures for those of us who are better visual learners and come in color, and you get a CD with some, again its not necessary With the book and Youtube, you can do it


  5. Amy Amy says:

    Overall extremely informative, but it s filled with a surprising amount of errata for a 5th edition Also, some very questionable hilarious design sensibilities throughout.


  6. Amanda Amanda says:

    This is a great reference book I know I will refer to it tons


  7. Kara Kara says:

    This is a great resource for pattern making I learned so much My only complaint is that there are many typos.


  8. Lauren Lauren says:

    Textbook for the Patternmaking classes I took Interesting to learn how patterns are constructed.


  9. Starla Starla says:

    1987 edition for chapters on problems and pattern correction, and dart manipulation and contouring that were left out of the current printing Thirty years later this is still a main text for the industry, and wildly useful informative.


  10. Amber Amber says:

    This is an amazing textbook for patternmaking.


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10 thoughts on “Patternmaking for Fashion Design

  1. Sara Musko Sara Musko says:

    This is an extremely comprehensive book on patternmaking It gives you instructions to draft almost anything you could ever want to make This is the textbook for the patternmaking classes for my fashion program, and it was a good complement to the course, but on its own I believe it would be confusing Some of the instructions will leave you feeling lost, but overall this is an awesome reference book and super inspiring.


  2. Dana Dana says:

    Read as part of a pattern making class and while the info is good, I don t think I would get as much from the book without a knowledgeable teacher Some of the instructions are unclear, and the methods aredifficult and yield the same results, and the illustrations are some time ambiguous I would still recommend this book though, worth owning


  3. Darklysewn Darklysewn says:

    i actually own the 2nd edition i reference this booktimes than i can count i have no idea what i would do without it the best book on basic instruction from begginner to professional everyone should own a copy of this book who wants to make clothing


  4. Kathryn Priestley Kathryn Priestley says:

    For all beginner sewers, dress makers, tailors, etc., I present to you the manual to creating virtually any article of clothing from any material.Obviously, you won t be able to instantly make an Oscar de la Rent a gown your first go a round but by the third or fourthget the book I do suggest the newest version, as techniques are always being updated simplified as well as new ones added, but it s not pertinent that you shell out 60 for a textbook, the newer versions just have better picture For all beginner sewers, dress makers, tailors, etc., I present to you the manual to creating virtually any article of clothing from any material.Obviously, you won t be able to instantly make an Oscar de la Rent a gown your first go a round but by the third or fourthget the book I do suggest the newest version, as techniques are always being updated simplified as well as new ones added, but it s not pertinent that you shell out 60 for a textbook, the newer versions just have better pictures for those of us who are better visual learners and come in color, and you get a CD with some, again its not necessary With the book and Youtube, you can do it


  5. Amy Amy says:

    Overall extremely informative, but it s filled with a surprising amount of errata for a 5th edition Also, some very questionable hilarious design sensibilities throughout.


  6. Amanda Amanda says:

    This is a great reference book I know I will refer to it tons


  7. Kara Kara says:

    This is a great resource for pattern making I learned so much My only complaint is that there are many typos.


  8. Lauren Lauren says:

    Textbook for the Patternmaking classes I took Interesting to learn how patterns are constructed.


  9. Starla Starla says:

    1987 edition for chapters on problems and pattern correction, and dart manipulation and contouring that were left out of the current printing Thirty years later this is still a main text for the industry, and wildly useful informative.


  10. Amber Amber says:

    This is an amazing textbook for patternmaking.


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