Patternmaking For Jacket And Coat Design

Author: Pamela Vanderlinde
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1474235085
Size: 17,88 MB
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This book covers patternmaking techniques for seven iconic jacket and coat designs, focusing not only on the concepts needed to draft patterns, but also exploring the history of each garment design to reveal what lies behind their enduring appeal.

The Theory Of Garment Pattern Making A Textbook For Clothing Designers Teachers Of Clothing Technology And Senior Students

Author: W. H. Hulme
Editor: Read Books Ltd
ISBN: 1447492935
Size: 12,32 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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The Theory of Garment Pattern Making is a textbook for clothing designers, teachers of clothing technology, senior students and anyone with an interest in the theory behind pattern making.

Fashion Patternmaking Techniques Vol 3

Author: Antonio Donnanno
ISBN: 9788416504183
Size: 15,71 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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This volume explores and provides clear and detailed explanations of all kinds of outerwear patterns for women and men.

Patternmaking For Fashion Design

Author: Helen Joseph Armstrong
Editor: Pearson College Division
Size: 18,18 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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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 patterns—dart manipulation, added fullness, and contouring—with 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.

Patternmaking History And Theory

Author: Jennifer Grayer Moore
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1350062650
Size: 19,86 MB
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Fashion design is increasingly gaining attention as an important form of cultural expression. However, scholarship has largely focused on specific designers and their finished products. This collection reveals the crucial foundational art and craft of patternmaking design, with essays that explore the practice in specific historical and cultural contexts. Probing the theoretical underpinnings that inform patternmaking, Patternmaking History and Theory interrogates topics that span cultures and time periods, ranging from high fashion to home sewing. Taking the reader from women's making and mending for victory during World War Two, to Jamaican dress history and today's complex 3D pattern cutting software, the book examines the creative aspect of a culturally rich skill. Beautifully illustrated and rooted in original research, Patternmaking History and Theory brings together a group of leading international scholars to provide a range of perspectives on a key but often overlooked aspect of design.

Fashion Patternmaking Techniques For Children

Author: Antonio Donnanno
ISBN: 9788416851140
Size: 18,51 MB
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Fashion Patternmaking Technique for Kids clothes is the result of 15 years reprints and corrections based in an everyday teaching praxis, which lead to careful studies and ongoing updates taking into account changing needs. As in the other volumes of the series, the author has written a method, simple but at the same time detailed, precise and easy to understand.

Metric Pattern Cutting For Menswear

Author: Winifred Aldrich
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118372050
Size: 12,13 MB
Format: PDF
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Since the first edition was published in 1980, Metric PatternCutting for Menswear has become established as the standardwork on this subject and has proved invaluable as both a textbookfor students and a reference source for the practisingdesigner. In this fifth edition, the chapter on computer aided design nowhas full colour illustrations and reflects the growing importanceof CAD to the industry and as a part of fashion and design courses.The rest of the book has been updated where necessary: inparticular, new blocks for tailored shirts, new details on how toadapt men’s blocks for women’s wear, and a revision ofsizing and labelling information. Colour is now used todifferentiate the main groups of patterns and with its tried andtested layout with clear text and diagrams, Metric PatternCutting for Menswear is an essential purchase for students offashion and design.

Patternmaking For Menswear

Author: Myoungok Kim
Editor: A&C Black
ISBN: 160901944X
Size: 13,43 MB
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Patternmaking for Contemporary Menswear is the most current, comprehensive and user-friendly book for men's patternmaking--an essential resource for students, educators, and industry professionals.