Flat Patternmaking
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Learn professional drafting techniques for custom slopers and discover how to build on them to design your own sewing patterns.
Not all darts are created equal — learn the difference between darts and when to use them in your patterns.
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Go from runway to reality! Get to know designer and Bravo's Project Runway Season 17 winner Jhoan Sebastian Grey as he designs and makes a paneled skirt. Follow along with Jhoan Sebastian from drafting to sewing to finishing, and get an inside look at how a true fashion designer works. Tune in to Season 18 of Bravo's Project Runway, airing Thursdays at 9:30/8:30C starting December 5, 2019.
Jhoan Sebastian Grey
Jhoan Sebastian Grey
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Accelerate your fashion design evolution. Create a moulage and use it to make a custom-fit bodice sloper — the foundation for personalized patternmaking.
Suzy Furrer
Suzy Furrer
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Make a personalized skirt sloper, and use it to draft custom skirt patterns with an inspiring array of silhouettes and design details.
Suzy Furrer
Suzy Furrer
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Go beyond the sloper and draft your own top patterns!
Suzy Furrer
Suzy Furrer
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Draft custom pant slopers with confidence. Create the foundation for designing all the perfectly fitting pants you can dream up!
Suzy Furrer
Suzy Furrer
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Draft a full complement of custom-fit knit slopers — the foundation for personalized patternmaking.
Judy  Jackson
Judy Jackson
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Embrace your shape! Adjust any pattern to fit and flatter your figure.
Jenny Rushmore
Jenny Rushmore
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Create a versatile block pattern to ensure perfect-fitting pants across an array of style choices. Kathy Ruddy shows you how!
Kathy Ruddy
Kathy Ruddy
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