Draping Intro – AD241 & AD242

Draping Intro - AD241 & AD242

Learn how to work with fabric on a dress form to turn your fashion ideas into real garments.

Draping 1: Students drape fabric directly on a dress form as a three-dimensional means of pattern development for women’s apparel. Students learn about preparation, blocking and grainline while creating skirts and dresses.  Pre-req: Patternmaking Intro.

Draping 2:  Expand on techniques learned in Draping I. Learn to drape asymmetrical designs, bias and cowl necklines and knit fabric. Students create their own designs.  Prereq: Draping 1.

 Non-certificate students click here for non-credit class.

Syllabus File
Instructor: Britta Hellquist, tailor and couturier
Dates/Times: Mondays, Sept 10-Nov 26, 6-9 pm
Cost/Cost Options: 36 clock hours @ $20/clock
Additional Notes/Costs:

Buy your items in PFI Supply store with your 20% student discount

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