Whether you call it pattern making or pattern drafting, the different pattern cutting tutorials here will help you to make your own sewing patterns. Learn…
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If you’ve been sewing for a while and would like to know how to make your own sewing patterns, these fit pattern making techniques will be great for you to read and learn more about! Whether you… More
A godet is a great way to a add even more flare and drama to a panelled circle skirt and this pattern drafting tutorial will teach you how to draft a godet in just a few short steps!
If you’re someone who likes to make clothes, you’ll know that a dress form can come in handy for fitting purposes and for draping and developing patterns. With so many types of dress form it can be hard knowing which is the best dress form to invest in. And yes, these tools really are an investment. I’m going to cover different types of dress forms, how to choose one based on your needs and the costs of different dress forms so that you can be better informed when it comes to buying your own.
This article is a pattern making for beginners guide, to help sewing lovers better understand the methods of pattern making, and to be inspired to start learning the skills for themselves! As well as learning more about WHAT patternmaking is, there are also links to all the free (and best!) pattern making tutorials on the blog!
Are you hoping to learn pattern drafting? When you get started making your own patterns, you'll need some essential pattern making tools and that is what I'm covering in this YouTube video.
Learn to draft a basic sleeve block with this FREE pattern drafting tutorial from The Creative Curator! It's an easy sleeve to draft yourself, and you'll feel more confident experimenting with other pattern making tutorials afterwards!
I LOVE tracing my favourite woven clothes to create my own patterns - and in this pattern drafting tutorial I show you my step by step process! this is essential reading for anyone wanting to make their own clothes using existing clothes! Easily clone your favourites!
Want to learn how to draft your own blocks and slopers? These free pattern drafting tutorials will walk you step by step through the process of drafting a female bodice block, a straight sleeve block, a basic skirt block and more! Pop over now to start drafting slopers and blocks for yourself using your own body measurements!
Are you planning on learning how to draft your own sewing patterns? You’ll need some pattern making tools to get started, and this list of thirteen is the essential pattern making tools list!
Want to learn how to drape a bodice? Perhaps you have a dress form and would like to drape a skirt to develop into other sewing patterns? This online course will teach you how to drape a bodice on the stand, how to drape a straight skirt on the stand and the final session will teach you how to create a corset on the dress form so that you can create your own at home!
Are you planning on learning pattern drafting so that you can learn how to draft your own sewing patterns? You’ll need some pattern making tools to get started, and this list of thirteen is the essential pattern making tools list! Take a look at the different tools I recommend for pattern making beginners - I'll bet there's at least one you haven't thought about!
Pattern drafting isn’t the easiest skill to learn, but there are other ways to make your own sewing patterns - and I cover them in this article! Today, I’m going to explain to you the five methods you can use to make your own sewing patterns. And I’m not talking about digital sewing patterns, but the sewing patterns for create for yourself, so that you can make your own creative and amazing clothes. Which is kind of epic right?
Would you like to learn how to drape on a dress form? This tutorial will take you step by step through the process of draping a bodice on the tailors dummy, great for anyone that has wanted to learn draping! And if you'd like to learn further, I also talk about the three online workshops where I'll be walking you through the entrire process of draping a basic bodice, draping a straight skirt and draping a corest too! Click to learn more now!