Pattern making is to cut and join flat pieces of fabric to assemble into a 3 dimensional garment.
Take the pieces of a 3 dimensional garment apart and flatten them, to get individual pattern pieces.
The relation between the flat pattern pieces and the 3 dimensional structure of the garment never changes.
You can create a garment by cutting, moving and reassembling the pieces of a pattern, just like the pieces of a puzzle.
Use your original designs to make new patterns.
Starting with BUILDING YOUR OWN BASE : We will draft, sew, try and adjust together your own base which will be used to draft ANY pattern that you dream of.
Pattern building takes place on Mondays 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM (1 hour lunch break)
What do we do ?
- We build your own base together
2. We start by doing the classical black little dress everybody should have :
3. We decline several designs. Some examples here :