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9780134967530

Sewing for Fashion Design

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  • ISBN13:

    9780134967530

  • ISBN10:

    0134967534

  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 1996-10-24
  • Publisher: Pearson

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Summary

Hands-on in approach, this book/workbook introduces the most current methods, techniques, terminology, and equipment used specifically insample roomsewing (as opposed to home sewing) which simulates mass production procedures. Using step-by-step instructions, illustrations, and varied projects, it guides readers through a full range of techniques from the fundamentals of sewing to the more advanced procedures.This book uses a workbook format with projects and clear, step-by-step instructions and illustrations of the fundamentals of each project. Assesses different parts of a garment based on mass production methods used in the sample room. It demonstrates sample room sewing techniques appropriate for different manufacturing procedures highlighting their importance in the relationship of design to the final garment. This book covers not only the standard way of doing a project, but presents short-cuts used by designers in the sample room and compatible with factory procedures highlighting the highest level of requirements for sewing a quality garment. It greatly expands content to include additional tools, and additional fabrics, sample room layout, and introduces the current techniques used for modern tailoring of women's coats and suits.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Introduction
Tools
Temporary Stitching
Permanent Hand Stitching
Machine Stitches, Seam Finishes, and Seams
Stitching Guide
Fabric Classification
Preparation
The Sample Room
Fabric Preparation
Layout and Cutting
Markings
Interfacing
Shoulder Pads
Lining
Pressing
Assembly
Summary of Assembling Procedures
Darts
Easing, Gathering and Shirring
Pleats
Yokes
Pockets
Bias Trim
Shirtbands
Neckline Plackets
Collars
Facings
Joining Bodice and Skirts
Sleeves
Zippers
Waistband
Hems
Buttonholes
Fasteners
Modern Tailoring
Assembling Jackets and Coats
Interfacing Jackets and Coats
Taping Seams of Jackets and Coats
Two-Piece Sleeve
Assembling Linings
Lining Jackets and Coats
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