Pattern Making II

Build upon your pattern-making skills from Pattern Making I (offered in Fall/Winter). Begin by learning more advanced pattern making techniques, including drafting collars and the basic fundamentals of draping on a form. Sketch and draft a pattern of your own design, then test it out in muslin. Leave class with a pattern and new skills. Proceed to Clothing Construction (Basic or Intermediate/Advanced) to complete your garment. Prerequisite: Pattern Making l or intermediate stitching experience

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Prerequisite: Pattern Making l


You may use our sewing machines or bring your own.
Bring a basic sewing kit:
  • Straight pins
  • Pincushion
  • Sewing needles, assorted sizes
  • Fabric scissors (Fiskars, Weiss or Gingher are recommended)
  • Paper scissors
  • Seam ripper
  • Pencil
  • Thread
  • Sewing machine needles to fit Singer brand, size 12-14
  • Safety pins
  •  4 yards cotton muslin fabric
  • 2 colored pencils (different colors)
  •  Class 66 bobbins (plastic)
  • Tailors chalk, chalk wheel or disappearing fabric marker
  • In addition, plan to purchase:
  • Hip curve and/or a French curve
  • Straight ruler, 2” x 18” or 2” x 24” with grid (standard fashion ruler)
  • L ruler (optional)
  •  Pattern Paper- this can be large tracing paper, brown craft paper of fashion dot paper
  • Find out more about where to buy supplies.

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Instructor: Taylor McVay



This class is not being currently offered. Contact us in case you are interested in registering in the future. 

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