INTERMEDIATE PATTERN MAKING
INTERMEDIATE PATTERN MAKING
During this 8 week intermediate pattern making course, students learn to draft classic details and styles, and to create a intermediate-level pattern design of their very own.
Six projects will be worked on throughout the course. These projects include:
Pockets (1/4” Top, Western and Inseam)
6 Gore Skirt
Princess Seamlines (from shoulder and armhole)
Jacket Facing with Overlapping CF
Spec Sheet with Technical Flat
Pattern from student’s own design including pockets (not patch) and an intermediate-level pattern manipulation
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
Recommendation: Book: Pattern-making for Fashion Design (5th Edition) by Helen Joseph Armstrong ($145)
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 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.
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.
Rodica Gorea’s journey in fashion began since she was a child. She found herself really enjoyed playing with dolls, even till now, she still does. She was always asking for fabric scraps from an atelier in her hometown village in Moldova. She can still recall, she would sketch and create new designs and she felt that it was a sign to be a fashion designer. But… like in soap operas, it was not that easy. Rodica chose another path in her life and she came back to fashion when she was 30 years old. In continuing to go chasing her dream, she moved to Vancouver and enrolled LaSalle College. Her passion for contrasts, fusion between Canadian Urban Style and European Chic, balancing business and casual styles, adding some fun – gives her unique, casual, creative and chic style. Her mission is to provide to her customer quality, innovative design, contemporary functionality, captivating visual effects, art, feminine look and fun. Fabric manipulations, sophisticated pattern drafting, style, texture and color contrasts are the key details that define her.
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.