Want to be a fashion designer?  Here’s where it happens.  See how to manipulate your woven fabric slopers into various styles for bodices, sleeves, skirts and pants.  Learn how to manipulate darts into tucks, gathers, flares and seams to make more creative designs.  Here are the rules for making perfect necklines and collars. Prereq: Patternmaking Intro 1.

Anne Swanson, patternmaker
Pattern 2: Tuesday, May 5-June 9, 10 am-1 pm OR 6-9 pm
Pattern 3: Tuesday, June 16-July 21, 10 am-1 pm & 6-9 pm
Cost/Cost Options:
$349 or $628 if combined with Pattern 3 (includes pattern paper)
Supply List:
Additional Notes/Costs:

Buy your patternmaking supplies at pfisewing.com with your 20% student discount. Order kits or individual items then pick them up at PFI Supply store at 4225 NE Tillamook next to PFI school.

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