Instructor: Frank Sukhoo
Location: 404 McArthur Avenue
Classroom: Janome (Located on the main floor)
Maximum numbers of students: 8
Minimum number of students to run: 4
With this Pattern Making method, students start with a commercial pattern and immediately fit garments to their own proportions and learn about how to change and adjust patterns for the design, silhouette needed.
This method focusses on a perfect fit. Following fit, students will learn about how to create various sleeve shapes, necklines, details such as ruching.
With a basic commercial pattern, you will be able to make garments with so many variations like a blouse with V-Neck or round neck, with sleeves, and without sleeves, the variations are endless!
Over eight three-hour sessions, you will learn more complex pattern-making techniques on how to transform commercial sewing patterns as well as many other techniques to create your own designs.
Prerequisite: Pattern Making I and Pattern Making II or advanced knowledge/experience on Pattern Making.
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