BEGINNER GERBER ACCUMARK: PATTERN MAKING AND GRADING

BEGINNER GERBER ACCUMARK: PATTERN MAKING AND GRADING

895.00

During this 8 week beginner Gerber course, students acquire the knowledge to understand the functions of Gerber such as digitizing and plotting (printing) as well as pattern manipulation and marker making.

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Students will learn how to:

  • use the digitizer to digitize manually created patterns

  • use various settings to create patterns

  • create storage areas

  • make models

  • make markers

  • plot

Four projects will be worked on throughout the course, which students will present to their peers on the last day. These projects include:

  • digitizing a pattern of a handkerchief skirt

  • digitizing a pattern of a jean skirt

  • digitizing a pattern of a pleat skirt

  • digitizing a pattern of a bustier

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Length:  8 weeks

Schedule: Classes run once per week, same day and time, for the duration of the course

Class Capacity: 3 students


Students are given a total of 3 hours of additional lab time, during the length of their course. Please e-mail us at op@the-cuttingroom.com  for date and times. Hours are given on a first come, first serve base. Any additional lab time can be bought for an hourly rate.

Please arrive to class on time. If you will be away for class, please inform us at op@the-cuttingroom.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.

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.

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Meet Your Instructors

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Instructor: Patty Nayel

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.

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Instructor: Caroline Cheng

Caroline Cheng was the top graduating student of Capilano University’s Costuming for Stage and Screen program in 2016. She also has a diploma in Sewing & Fashion Arts from the VSB (now Langara) Continuing Education program. With one foot in the fashion world and one foot in the costuming world, Caroline is passionate about perfect execution in construction and pattern drafting. She has worked for a variety of employers: television and film productions, theatre productions, and various costume workshops, studios, or ateliers.