Pattern Fitting With Confidence

Pattern Fitting With Confidence Author Nancy Zieman
ISBN-10 1440221189
Year 2008-06-23
Pages 128
Language en
Publisher Krause Publications Craft
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Nancy Zieman's pattern fitting approach is easy - no cutting, slashing, tucking or pinching—just logical and easy pivot-and-slide techniques, providing a painless method to follow that results in a garment that is comfortable and attractive. Once you learn Nancy's techniques for fitting, you will find it easy to make every garment you sew fit your size and shape. Multiple fitting charts are included in the book, as well as an index for locating technical information at a glance.

The Complete Photo Guide to Perfect Fitting

The Complete Photo Guide to Perfect Fitting Author Sarah Veblen
ISBN-10 9781610581776
Year 2012-01-01
Pages 128
Language en
Publisher Creative Publishing international
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Here is the ultimate reference for fitting test garments and transferring accurate adjustments to patterns! No matter what size or shape you are, wearing garments that fit perfectly makes you look and feel better. Rather than making commonly accepted changes to a commercial pattern, the method presented in this guide focuses on the way a test garment fits the body. The fabric is manipulated to improve the fit, and then those specific changes are made to the pattern. The result: patterns that fit perfectly! With The Complete Photo Guide to Perfect Fitting, you'll learn: - The importance of a fitting axis and how to use it during a fitting - How to recognize fitting issues, such as drag lines and folds - How to manipulate fabric to solve common and unusual fitting problems - How to transfer the fitting changes to your pattern easily - Basic pattern-making skills to ensure accurate alterations See the fitting process from start to finish on basic garments, fitted on real people. Then follow fitting solutions on different body types. The lessons you learn will help you fit any body.

Patternmaking for a Perfect Fit

Patternmaking for a Perfect Fit Author Steffani Lincecum
ISBN-10 9780823026661
Year 2010
Pages 176
Language en
Publisher Clarkson Potter
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Instructs sewers with basic-level skills on how to alter and update favorite wardrobe articles and handbags with new fabrics and details, revealing the secrets of the "rub-off" technique used by fashion industry professionals to create patterns from existing garments. Original. A first book.

How to Make Sewing Patterns Second Edition

How to Make Sewing Patterns  Second Edition Author Don McCunn
ISBN-10 0932538215
Year 2016-02-29
Pages 182
Language en
Publisher
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How to Make Sewing Patterns solves the mysteries of pattern drafting with easy, step-by-step instructions and clear line drawings that show how to create custom-fit garments in a wide range of designs. The book s detailed instructions on measuring and fitting include do-it-yourself photographs as well as directions for creating custom dress forms. Don McCunn has certainly mastered pattern drafting and fitting a wide range of bodies. Whether or not you have taken pattern drafting in a class, this book is a good reference in a very readable style. I especially liked the exacting instructions on taking measurements on the body and the solution for side seams which are not perpendicular to the floor. --Sandra Betzina, the power behind power sewing. Author of 10 books, a syndicated column for 37 years, and a host of her own show on HGTV for 6 years. Beyond the impressive range of material in How to Make Sewing Patterns is the author's obvious concern that readers understand what they are doing and why. There are many helpful tips throughout the book, some quite clever and unexpected. The section on drafting a sloper contains excellent explanations of the various body contours, measuring, and fitting. Text, drawings, and photos of the human body from every angle illustrate the various interrelated contours and just how a pattern accommodates them. He even gives detailed instructions on how to measure and fit yourself. --Threads Magazine McCunn's book dispels the mysteries of pattern drafting, an area which was once the province of the couturier. A do-it-yourself text in which lessons build upon one another, this book provides detailed guides to creating patterns. --Library Journal The most readable pattern drafting book I've found. The drawings are the simplest line drawings possible but executed with concise purpose. --Whole Earth Catalog Donald McCunn leads the beginning seamstress or the advanced into pattern drafting via a thorough introduction. He shows that drafting is easy if each step is clearly related to the final outcome and if the drafter visualizes what he or she is doing. --Christian Science Monitor"

Make Your Own Dress Patterns

Make Your Own Dress Patterns Author Adele P. Margolis
ISBN-10 9780486132310
Year 2012-03-07
Pages 480
Language en
Publisher Courier Corporation
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A nationally acclaimed sewing expert provides simple, step-by-step directions and more than 1,000 illustrations for making clothes for work, home, and play — everything from stylish skirts, dresses, and jackets to children's clothing.

Patterns from Finished Clothes

Patterns from Finished Clothes Author Tracy Doyle
ISBN-10 0806948752
Year 1997
Pages 127
Language en
Publisher Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
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“Step-by-step, the photos and line drawings show how to copy pants, sleeves, pleats, shirring, pockets, and other details. It covers copying asymmetrical garments and knit clothing that is stretched out of shape....Doyle suggests ways to vary the pattern, then shows garments she’s collected from used clothing stores to study for unusual details...I’m glad to welcome this book to my library.”—The Creative Machine.

The Complete Photo Guide to Clothing Construction

The Complete Photo Guide to Clothing Construction Author Christine Haynes
ISBN-10 9781610588706
Year 2014-02-01
Pages 184
Language en
Publisher Creative Publishing international
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DIVThe Complete Photo Guide to Clothing Construction helps you master all of the techniques needed to sew clothes, including tops, dresses, pants, skirts, and even outerwear. This technique-driven book follows the entire process of clothing construction, including a section on the sewing machine and other tools/materials used, information on working with patterns and fitting, laying out the pattern pieces, cutting and marking, and on through every step of construction to the final button. Large, detailed photos guide you from start to finish and help give you a visual basis for learning the skills. /divDIVThis comprehensive guide is a long-lasting reference for anyone who sews clothes. It fills in all the technique details not supplied by manufacturers of the clothing patterns that most sewers use for all of their projects. This book explains the reasons behind the methods, warns of pitfalls to watch out for, and provides you with valuable tips that help you reach a satisfying, successful end with every project. Examples show both men's and women's fashions as well as children's clothes./div

The Pattern Making Primer

The Pattern Making Primer Author Jo Barnfield
ISBN-10 1438000839
Year 2012
Pages 191
Language en
Publisher Barrons Educational Series Incorporated
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Offers advice on designing and customizing sewing patterns, addressing such topics as tools and equipment, fabrics, measurements, fitting and adjusting, volume, fastenings, and pockets.

Create the Perfect Fit

Create the Perfect Fit Author Joi Mahon
ISBN-10 9781440239656
Year 2014-09-02
Pages 144
Language en
Publisher Betterway Books
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Create the best fit for your body! In Create the Perfect Fit, Joi Mahon debunks traditional fitting rules and shares her measure yourself, measure your pattern style of fitting to help you achieve the best fit possible. With detailed instructions and illustrations, she'll walk you through the process of measuring your body, applying your measurements to a commercial pattern and creating an exact muslin that will become the base for any future pattern you sew. Learn how one pattern of any size can be adjusted to fit any body type. With Joi's tips and techniques, you'll eliminate fit anxiety and be sewing perfect garments in no time!

Threads Fitting for Every Figure

Threads Fitting for Every Figure Author Threads Magazine
ISBN-10 160085396X
Year 2011-11-01
Pages 201
Language en
Publisher Taunton Press
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Covers the basics of pattern fitting, shares sewing techniques, and offers solutions to intermediate-level fitting quandaries and advanced couture-level fitting techniques.

Couture Sewing Techniques

Couture Sewing Techniques Author Claire B. Shaeffer
ISBN-10 9781600853357
Year 2011
Pages 250
Language en
Publisher Taunton Press
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Sewers who have ever longed to create clothing with the distinctive look of haute couture will love this book. They'll learn the finer points of hand sewing, shaping, and finishing for a high-end, professional look. This book is for all sewing enthusiasts who appreciate fine workmanship.

Oliver S Building Block Dress

Oliver   S Building Block Dress Author Liesl Gibson
ISBN-10 0692687254
Year 2016-09-15
Pages 152
Language en
Publisher
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Imagine it. Make it! You don't need to be a designer or pattern maker to create and sew the dress of your dreams. Let Liesl Gibson, founder and designer of Oliver + S sewing patterns, show you how to alter the elements of a pattern to make exactly the dress you imagine. Oliver + S Building Block Dress: A Sewing Pattern Alteration Guide shows you how to customize all the elements of a basic dress pattern. With the included Building Block Dress pattern and Liesl Gibson's detailed pattern alternation instructions, you'll learn how to create almost any dress you can imagine. Let Liesl show you how to change sleeves, silhouettes, pockets, necklines, hems, closures, and linings. By combining the elements presented in the book, you'll be able to make thousands of unique dresses. The only limit is your imagination! Use the skills you learn in this book to customize other patterns as well. With these techniques, you'll look at sewing patterns as just the starting point for your creative expression.

Dressmaker s Handbook of Couture Sewing Techniques

Dressmaker s Handbook of Couture Sewing Techniques Author Lynda Maynard
ISBN-10 9781408127599
Year 2010
Pages 160
Language en
Publisher A&C Black
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This book takes the mystery out of couture techniques which many dressmakers assume are either extremely difficult, or only for the professional fashion designers. Dressmaker's Handbook shows that these skills can easily be acquired thanks to clear instructions in simple, step-by-step stages. Containing a complete guide to the fabrics suited to each technique and insider secrets from professional dressmakers, the book also includes catch-up panels and refresher notes for novices. The book is divided into 3 sections: couture bindings and finishes, designer underpinnings and finishing touches. O.

The Serger s Technique Bible

The Serger s Technique Bible Author Julia Hincks
ISBN-10 9781250042729
Year 2014-04-15
Pages 128
Language en
Publisher Macmillan
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Provides information on getting the best use out of a serger, including how to set up the machine, how to edge fabrics quickly, and other techniques such as roll hemming and flatlocking.