Patternmaking: for fashion design

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Pearson Prentice Hall, 2000 - Design - 821 pages
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This quintessential guide to patternmaking offers comprehensive coverage, clear illustrations and easy-to-follow instructions, providing users with all the relevant information necessary to create design patterns with accuracy regardless of their complexity. Covers the three steps in the development of design patternsódart manipulation, added fullness, and contouringówith a central theme that all designs are based on one, or more of these three major patternmaking and design principles. Includes a fashion sketch for each project with an analysis of the design, and focuses on pattern plot and manipulation for developing the patterns. Illustrates several methods for knock-offs, and dedicates new sections on fitting corrections for the basic pattern set and the four pant foundation; menswear; patternmaking for bias-cut garments; revised drafting instructions and standard measurement charts; how to modify the bodice to fit the different sizes of bust cups; constructed support for strapless designs, and more. Presents additional and more challenging design projects for the advanced reader. For dressmakers, home sewers, manufacturing companies, and professionals in fashion design and fashion merchandising.

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Contents

Who Is the Standard Ideal Figure?
24
PART 2
30
Drafting the Basic
34
FITTING THE BODICE
40
SKIRT DRAFT
43
PREPARING PATTERNS FOR TEST FIT
48
ADJUSTING SLEEVE TO ARMHOLE OF BODICE
54
SEAMLESS WORKING PATTERNS
61
Shirts
471
Shirts
472
CASUAL SHIRT AND SLEEVE
484
PEASANT BLOUSE
490
Jackets and Coats
494
LAPEL DESIGNS
502
DOUBLEBREASTED JACKET WITH
510
DESIGN VARIATIONS
516

Dart Manipulation
65
SINGLEDART SERIESPIVOTAL
75
SELFEVALUATION TEST
80
TWODART SERIESPIVOTAL
87
Designing with Darts
93
DART CLUSTERS AND DART
100
PARALLEL DARTS
107
Stylelines
120
THE PANEL STYLELINE
127
THE BLOUSON FOUNDATION
140
THE FLANGE
148
PLEAT TUCKS AND PIN TUCKS
154
PART 3
159
PART 6
173
HALTERS
176
PETER PAN COLLARS
184
COLLARS WITH DEEP OPEN
191
ALLINONE COLLAR
197
INSET BAND VARIATIONS
207
ARMHOLE COWLS
224
EXAGGERATED COWLS
228
LOWWAISTED AND HIGHWAISTED
237
SKIRTS WITH GATHERED
249
GORED SKIRTS
256
PEGGED SKIRT SILHOUETTE
273
WRAP SKIRT
298
SKIRTS WITH UNEVEN HEMLINES
311
PART 4
316
CAP SLEEVES
322
PETAL SLEEVES
331
LEGOFMUTTON SLEEVES
340
BASIC BISHOP SLEEVE
346
BASIC DOLMAN
354
lowered armhole
378
Buttons Buttonholes
389
PART 5
398
INSERTED POCKET
409
Dresses without Waistline Seams Based on Torso
415
Dresses without
416
PRINCESSLINE FOUNDATION
423
TENT FOUNDATION
430
Strapless Foundations
439
PRINCESS TORSO FOUNDATION
446
Patternmaking for Bias
457
Patternmaking for BiasCut Dresses
459
TWIST BODICE WITH A SLINKY
465
STYLE JACKET WITH FACING LINING
523
Capes and Hoods
530
Capes and Hoods
531
KnockOffCopying Ready
542
KnockOffCopying ReadyMade Designs
543
PANT DESIGNS
574
PART 7
582
Pants 553
583
PANT DERIVATIVES
594
JUMPSUIT FOUNDATION
600
KnitsStretch
610
KnitsStretch and Shrinkage Factors
611
Knit Foundation
615
KNIT TOP FOUNDATIONS
616
Actionwear for Dance
623
Actionwear for Dance and Exercise
625
BODYSUIT DESIGN VARIATIONS
630
METHOD FOR CORRECTING PATTERN
638
Swimwear
647
BIKINI FOUNDATION
659
LITTLEBOY LEGLINE
671
SUPPLIES AND SPECIAL
677
Introduction
684
CHILDRENS FASHION
686
PART 8
690
Introduction to Childrenswear
691
THE BASIC PATTERN SET
695
Collars Sleeves and Skirts
701
SLEEVE DESIGN VARIATIONS
709
Dresses and Jumpers
721
Dresses and lumpers
722
TENT FOUNDATION
728
Tops
733
BASIC SHIRT AND SLEEVE
736
KNIT FOUNDATION
742
RAGLAN FOUNDATION
748
Pant and Jumpsuits
762
PANT VARIATIONS
768
GUIDELINE MARKING FOR PANT
777
Pant and Jumpsuits 761
779
BODYSUIT
788
Bodysuits Leotards Maillots and Swimwear
789
MAILLOT FOUNDATION
794
740
821
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Los Angeles Trade-Technical College

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