Draping for Fashion Designby Hilde Jaffe, Nurie Relis
Pub. Date: 05/28/1975
Publisher: Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference
This workbook provides basic material on design and patternmaking, with an emphasis on instructions for draping. It acknowledges dramatic industry changes with the integration of computers into virtually every step of the apparel manufacturing process, and introduces readers to the functions and skills needed to utilize this highly versatile and efficient tool. Narrative sections and illustrations cover the topics of basic patterns, bodices, skirts, pants, collars, sleeves, and pockets. Additional chapters on sportswear, functional finishes, and draping, supply even more explanation on simplified methods currently employed in the industry. For anyone preparing for a career, or interested in learning the latest techniques, in the fashion industry.
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- 5.91(w) x 9.06(h) x (d)
Table of ContentsForeword.
2. Basic Patterns.
6. The Midriff and Yokes.
9. The Shift.
10. The Princess Dress.
11. Sportswear and Casual Wear.
12. Tailored Garments.
13. Functional Finishes.
15. Draping in Fabric and Fitting.
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