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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
+ Garment Construction. + Dart: Wedge shaped piece of fabric that is used to take out excess fabric.
Knowing About Fashion Fashion Terms. Style A particular design, shape, or type of clothing. Dress Style Skirt Style Pant Style Etc.
Basic Pattern Guidelines February Basic Pattern Guidelines For Tops Armholes must meet at side seam with nice curved shape. No V shape. Armhole.
ELEMENTS OF DESIGN LINE TEXTURE PATTERN SHAPE COLOR.
+ Garment Construction Bodices. + Bodice: A garment that covers the body from waist up.
THE FRONT OF THE ENVELOPE Sometimes in a multi-pattern you might be able to make a skirt, shirt and pants all from the same pattern. But usually you.
Sydney Loew Zero Waste Garment Sewing Instructions.
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.
Linings. Lining – What is it? A layer of fabric constructed separately from the outer garment and then joined at one or more major seams.
Style Book By Ms. McMann. Table of Contents Fit Dart Styles Bodice Styles Necklines Collar Styles Skirt Styles Pant Styles Jacket Styles Coat Styles Miscellaneous.
Based on our body shapes and sizes
WHAT NOT TO WEAR Based on our body shapes and sizes.
Sloper Magic Torf the Kiltmaker. A Sloper is a basic pattern with no seam allowance. You want a sloper that fits you. It can have no ease – a moulage.
LESSON – 7 TYPES OF SLEEVE & CUFF USED IN SHIRT USED IN SHIRT.
Design Detail Taken from: Fashion! By Mary Wolfe.
Triangular folds of fabric stitched to a point when sewing a garment. Control fullness Give shape to fitted clothing Point to the fullest part.
Know Your Body: Body Shapes Pear Body Shape – Triangle Pear body traits: Your lower body is wider than your upper body I.e. your hips are wider than.
YOKES Fundamentals of Patterns: Basic Yokes. Depending on the shape of shoulder line required, yokes on tops, shirts, dresses or coats can sometimes be.
Garment Styles and Parts. Basic Dress Styles Sheath: No waistline seam. They hang from the shoulders and have inward shaping at the waist. Empire: Has.
The Art of Line. Line Refers to an elongated mark that connects two or more points. Line –encloses space –divides space –creates shapes.
Step 2 Your Body With Imogen Lamport AICI CIP 7 Steps to Style.
+ Design Details Dress Styles, Neckline Styles Collar Styles Sleeve Styles Shirt Styles Pants Jackets & Coats.
3.01 Evaluating Fit: Indicators of Proper Fit Apparel & Textile Production I.
Fashion B: Standard 11 Created by: Kris Caldwell Timpanogos High School.
Learn the Language of Fashion Intro to Fashion Design Your Name:
Fashion styles review Ms. Ashby. Dress with billowed effect created by gathering the bodice fullness and letting it fall over the waistline seam.
Construction seams. Construction seams: Plain seam. Top stitch seam. French seam. Gather seam. Box pleat. Accordion pleat. Darts.
What should you wear? Based on our body shapes and sizes.
CYA pg Define cutting line, stitching line, grain line, adjustment line, notches & dots.
Costume Unit Drama I Hand Sewing Design Some History, too.
Understanding Design Body Types. Learning Targets List appropriate clothing choices for different body shapes and sizes.
© 2011 MARS, University of NottinghamDraft Version August 2011 Projector Resources: Projector Resources Designing a Sports Bag.
Trimming, Grading, Clipping & Notching Seams. Trimming, Grading and Clipping Seams.
A-LINE SKIRT Fashion Design Copyright © Texas Education Agency, All rights reserved. Images and other multimedia content used with permission.
Dress Styles, Neckline Styles, Collar Styles, Sleeve Styles, Shirt Styles, Pants, Jackets & Coats.
1 Basic Construction Fundamentals Chapter Unit Construction Prepare separate garment pieces first, and then assemble in specific order Prepare separate.
The cuff, center of the front and end of the skirt will handle with C-sharped curve cord fastening technique Plenty Sleeves(called Espanol) collarless,
LESSON-9 DRAFTING OF TROUSER FRONT 0-1=LENGTH-- BELT WIDTH 1-2 =6 C.M 0-3= ¼ HIP+ 1.5 C.M 4=MIDDLE OF =5 C.M UP 3-6 =1/3 HIP -2 C.M 7=MIDDLE OF.
Grainline A line drawn on the pattern to indicate the direction of pattern placement on the fabric. Grain refers to the direction of yarn in a fabric.
Body Silhouettes and Face Shapes Fashion Strategies.
Elements of Design Color, Shape, Line and Texture.
Figure Style & Proper Dressing Only when a part of the body is out of proportion to the rest of the body does it become a problem area. Size is not important-
1 Sewing Skills Chapter Sewing is a complex task Learn fabrics, patterns, equipment, and basic sewing techniques.
F ASHION APPEARANCE Do’s and Don’ts of the fashion world.
SEAMS Seams are rows of stitching holding two or more edges of fabric together with the use of sewing machine.
CFFC pg What are the ways to reduce bulk in seams? 2. Describe trimming, grading, clipping & notching.
Apparel 1 Obj Reducing bulk in seams. What is Bulk? Bulk is the extra fabric in the seam allowance. It can make a seam stick up or keep it from.
1 Understanding Design Chapter Shape & Size Frame Frame Large frame vs smaller frame Large frame vs smaller frame Wrist size can be used to estimate.
Preparing to Sew. Small Scissors Clip threads and trim fabric.
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