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Renowned for its comprehensive coverage, exceptional illustrations, and clear instructions, this 1 text offers detailed yet easy-to-understand explanations of the essence of patternmaking. Hinging on a recurring theme that all designs are based on one or more of the three major patternmaking and design principlesdart manipulation, added fullness, and contouringit provides students with all the relevant information necessary to create design patterns with accuracy regardless of their complexity.
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Books See all Book Promotions. Every sale supports your high street Free UK home delivery Pick up orders from local bookshops. Patternmaking for Fashion Design: Please note: Description For an undergraduate course in Patternmaking. Some innovative, new information in this book include: Updated with modern, cutting-edge sketches and designs.
DVD included in the back of the book. Ribbing added to the knit section of Chapter More materials on children's wear and swim wear.
Knock offs. Fitting corrections Advanced design projects A practical introduction to patternmaking Complete coverage of the three steps of design patterns: Chapter projects. Los Angeles Trade-Technical College "Kathryn Hagen" is an artist and a full professor of illustration, drawing, and cultural studies at Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles, where she has taught for the last twenty years.
She continues to teach, and is presently working on two other book projects for Prentice Hall. Her first illustration textbook is used in many schools both in the USA and overseas. Product details File Size: Up to 2 simultaneous devices, per publisher limits Publisher: Pearson; 5 edition January 11, Publication Date: January 11, Sold by: Pearson Education,Inc.
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Customer images. See all customer images. Read reviews that mention patternmaking fashion design great book patternmaking for fashion easy to follow pattern drafting even though helen joseph joseph armstrong commercial patterns easy to understand step by step men and children women and children garmen dart manipulation older edition love this book flat pattern years ago well worth.
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I am a freelance patternmaker that lives in New York. I have also taken some additional classes in recent years to learn new techniques and enhance previous ones I have learned. I own several other books ranging from basic patternmaking, books that specialize in lingerie patterns, and menswear pattern books. I own patternmaking software and I am currently using all the things I have learned and applying it to drafting patterns on my computer.
I own two dress forms a half scale and a standard one and I know how to drape. I know how to sew and construct simple garments such as a t-shirt and intricate ones like bridal gowns. I also know how to do rub-offs copy garments and how to grade change the dimension of a standard pattern to fit a larger or smaller person. I wouldn't call myself a know-it-all or a master at this but I would say I know a great deal more than the average Joe when it comes to making patterns.
That being said, I have come across all types of people that are learning or want to learn about patternmaking. Most of these individuals are designers or people who think they are designers , fashion design students in college, people that sew as a hobby, or individuals that want to make some unique clothes and save some pennies in the process. All of these are good reasons to learn the skill. In order to learn anything, you need to start with the basics. When I refer to the basics, I mean that you need to start with knowing what a pattern is, what it's used for, and how YOU will incorporate its use in what you need to do.
By knowing this, you can figure out where you need to start and what type of book will give you the information you need to get you there. When I was studying in college back in , a very good teacher introduced me to the basics of patternmaking.
She instilled in me the importance of accuracy, explained the use of the tools, showed me how to measure and incorporated the application of those measurements in developing the basic pattern also referred to as a sloper or block.
Although I used this book, it wasn't introduced into the curriculum until my third patternmaking class and the reason for this I think was because the teacher felt it may have been too advanced for a beginner with no prior knowledge of patternmaking like me.
Even though that book was more basic than Helen Joseph-Armstrong's book, you still need to know the basics of the human body, measuring, and how to use the tools properly and I feel the best way to learn those things is from a qualified teacher or industry expert.
Books will mean very little to you if you can't relate to the information within and if you don't have a reference to gauge your performance like a teacher or a tangible sample of what you are doing.
Now for the most important part of this, the review: Like I said previously, I own a hard copy of the original book and I also have this new 5th edition a digital Kindle version on my tablet. I feel that this book is good for an individual that already knows the basics of making patterns and wants to learn about more intricate garments and how to make patterns for those garments.
PROS 1. In comparison to the 1st edition I own, they have added information about computerized patternmaking not how to draft on a computer, just on developments related to the industry , a menswear section, a childrens section, more information on drafting knitwear patterns and swimsuits, detailed directions on jacket construction which is one of the most challenging things in sewing, in my opinion , and how to copy ready made clothing design.
If you are on the fence about getting an older edition, I say you should get this unless you get the older edition for a very good price. This edition highlights certain diagrams and instructions in a different color making following along easier for the reader.
It's available as an eBook, which for me is good because I like to refer back to certain sections if I have a question about a technique or process. Easier to carry around on a 7" tablet when I'm out on a freelance gig. Plus, the eBook is cheaper. I like that they've taken the step to make it available as an eBook. Hopefully, the other publishers will follow suit. Very good illustrations. CONS 1. Like a previous poster said, there are some errors with drafting the armhole for the basic pattern and they have some other numerical errors.
For the asking price, they should make sure that these are perfect before demanding someone spend that amount of money. In my case, I downloadd it for more of a reference guide. I have enough experience to correct the errors within when I draft patterns and the foresight to not even apply them to what I'm drafting.
Although I think the illustrations are good, a lot of them seem a bit dated style-wise. What's more important to the user of this book is that they grasp the concept of the style lines they want in the garment and be able to apply those techniques in developing a style that is aligned with current market trends.