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Skirts & Dresses
Skirt: Tube of fabric which covers the body from the waist to hem. Dress: A skirt with a bodice attached. A single garment that covers the torso and legs.
Types of Skirts Straight Skirts Flared Skirts Pegged Skirts Circular Skirts
Straight Skirts Darts in front and back or something to shape fabric at the waist Curved side seams Same width at hip and hem Slit at center back seam
Flared Skirts Wider at the hem than at the waist. Side seams slant outward from fullest part of the hip Flattering because it makes the waist and legs look slim
Pegged Skirts Hip line is wider than the hemline Exaggerates the size of the hips Slits at the hemline to facilitate movement
Circular Skirts Fabric is cut in one piece An example is a poodle skirt from the 50s
Based on our body shapes and sizes
The Art of Fashion.
HNC3CI Elements and Principles of Design.
The Art of Line. Line Refers to an elongated mark that connects two or more points. Line –encloses space –divides space –creates shapes.
Learn the Language of Fashion Intro to Fashion Design Your Name:
Design Detail Taken from: Fashion! By Mary Wolfe.
Created by: Kris Caldwell Timpanogos High School
Understanding Design Body Types.
Shopping Aid Whats My Body Type?. Your Body Type Click on the body that best describes you Bust & hips are the same size Waist is slightly smaller than.
Basic Pattern Guidelines February Basic Pattern Guidelines For Tops Armholes must meet at side seam with nice curved shape. No V shape. Armhole.
Small Sewing Equipment
Body Silhouettes and Face Shapes Fashion Strategies.
What should you wear? Based on our body shapes and sizes.
LESSON-9 DRAFTING OF TROUSER
WHAT NOT TO WEAR Based on our body shapes and sizes.
Costume Unit Drama I Hand Sewing Design Some History, too.
CLOTHING CONSTRUCTION TERMINOLOGIES.
+ Garment Construction. + Dart: Wedge shaped piece of fabric that is used to take out excess fabric.
CYA pg Define cutting line, stitching line, grain line, adjustment line, notches & dots.
Trimming, Grading, Clipping & Notching Seams
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