BEGINNER PATTERN MAKING: LEVEL 2

BEGINNER PATTERN MAKING: LEVEL 2

625.00

Our goals during this eight-week Level 2 Pattern Making course are to learn to draft a basic bodice block, some classic bodice styles and create a pattern for a blouse design of your own.

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We will work on 8 projects throughout the course. These projects will Include:

  • Neckline Pattern Manipulations

  • Collar Pattern Manipulations

  • Shirt Plackets (classic and invisible button)

  • Raglan Sleeve

  • Kimono Sleeve

  • Pattern from your own design including pockets (not patch) and intermediate-level pattern manipulation

  • Prototype and pattern revisions

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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: 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.

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. 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.

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Meet Your Instructors

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Kayla Garcia is currently completing a two-year intensive Fashion Design Diploma in Visual College of Art and Design. She’s a dedicated individual, she volunteered and now doing an internship for local designers and fashion shows to get her on-hand in the industry. Kayla also has an exacting eye for details in technical and production, that leads her to advance sewing and drafting skills. She loves the concept of having an idea in your mind and putting into production.

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Jinju majored Fashion design at Visual Collage of Art and Design. One of the selected graduated student for opening Jason Matlo’s runway in Eco fashion week and one of the designers in VCAD 81 lbs challenge for Eco Fashion week showcase. Internship at Jason Matlo and junior assistant designer at Roxanne Nikki.