Pattern Making Beyond Basics 1S20
Now that you know the basics, build a custom-fit basic sloper, the basis of all patterns, following the figure’s natural lines and dimensions. Learn to alter your sloper to create unique patterns and explore basic techniques for grading (adjusting for size). This class requires patience with math; you will start to develop some technical skills and move from novice to “in the know.”
Limit 6 students
Theona White is a costume designer and technician.
She has worked full time on the North Shore Music Theater stitcher/wardrobe team, altering and maintaining theatrical costumes for musical productions such as 42nd Street, Mamma Mia and Hairspray. She also provided wig maintenance for the North Shore Music Theater productions of Jekyll and Hyde and Hairspray. Other positions include Assistant Milliner at Salmagundi Hat Shop and freelance Costume Designer/Technician throughout the Boston area. Credits for Costume Design include Madagascar Jr. (Greater Boston Stage Company), Memorial (Boston Playwrights’ Theater) and Good (New Repertory Theater).
She holds a Masters of Fine Arts in Costume Design from Boston University.
Sewing, Fiber Arts, Costume Design, Clothing Design
Materials & Tools:
Material list coming soon!!