ADVANCED PATTERN MAKING
ADVANCED PATTERN MAKING
During this 8 week advanced pattern making course, students learn to draft linings, draft an advanced innovative garment component, and create a pattern for an advanced-level design of their very own. Students will sew a prototype of their design and make necessary revisions to the pattern.
Five projects will be worked on throughout the course. These projects include:
Linings (pants, dress with sleeve, skirt with kickpleat, and jacket)
Collars (two piece, one piece, standing)
Innovative garment component (see course outline) and presentation
Pattern from own design with an innovative garment component (may be the one you tested or another one)
Prototype and pattern revisions
Length: 8 weeks
Schedule: Classes run once per week, same day and time, for the duration of the course
Class Capacity: 6 students
If there is 2 or less students registered for the class, the class will be considered a private class. Students will complete all assignments as listed, in a 6 week period instead of 8 weeks.
Students can buy a Homework Kit at the studio for $60, that includes a curved ruler, a straight ruler, a measuring tape and a tracing wheel.
Please arrive to class on time. If you will be away for class, please inform us at email@example.com. Any cancellation or absences that are not notified within 24 hours of your class will be considered a missed session, no make up class will be provided. Students are allowed to request one make up class per session, as long as it is taken within the time frame of their course, and if there is a spot available during another class.
This program does not require approval by the registrar of the Private Training Institutions Branch (PTIB) of the Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills & Training. As such, the registrar did not review this program.
Meet Your Instructor
Patty Nayel is a Canadian born fashion designer who is based out of North Vancouver, British Columbia. After graduating from Kwantlen Polytechnic University in 2009 with a degree in Fashion Design, Patty started her career as a technical designer in the lingerie industry. While working there, she started her eco Bridal brand, Pure Magnolia, as a side project and launched the brand as a full collection in 2010. Patty feels quite strongly about nurturing other designers and has worked hard to promote eco-friendly vendors and photographers that she feels are doing good things for the planet.