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The Complete Photo Guide to Perfect Fitting

The Complete Photo Guide to Perfect Fitting Author Sarah Veblen
ISBN-10 9781589236080
Release 2012-01-01
Pages 224
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""Reference for sewers with step-by-step instructions for fitting test garments on the body, then transferring adjustments to paper patterns before cutting out and sewing the final garment"--Provided by publisher"--



The Complete Photo Guide to Perfect Fitting

The Complete Photo Guide to Perfect Fitting Author Sarah Veblen
ISBN-10 9781610581776
Release 2012-01-01
Pages 128
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Here is the ultimate reference for fitting test garments and transferring accurate adjustments to patterns! No matter what size or shape you are, wearing garments that fit perfectly makes you look and feel better. Rather than making commonly accepted changes to a commercial pattern, the method presented in this guide focuses on the way a test garment fits the body. The fabric is manipulated to improve the fit, and then those specific changes are made to the pattern. The result: patterns that fit perfectly! With The Complete Photo Guide to Perfect Fitting, you'll learn: - The importance of a fitting axis and how to use it during a fitting - How to recognize fitting issues, such as drag lines and folds - How to manipulate fabric to solve common and unusual fitting problems - How to transfer the fitting changes to your pattern easily - Basic pattern-making skills to ensure accurate alterations See the fitting process from start to finish on basic garments, fitted on real people. Then follow fitting solutions on different body types. The lessons you learn will help you fit any body.



First Time Garment Fitting

First Time Garment Fitting Author Sarah Veblen
ISBN-10 9781631594823
Release 2018-05-01
Pages 128
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In First Time Garment Fitting, sewing and design expert Sarah Veblen takes you by the hand and teaches you everything you need to know to adapt patterns so you can sew garments that fit just right. With detailed descriptions of essential tools and techniques, the easy step-by-step instructions will have you altering patterns and sewing tops, pants, and skirts that fit you to a T in no time. The projects introduce key skills you’ll use again and again for all your garment sewing. With First Time Garment Fitting, you’ll soon be sewing amazing clothing with confidence.



The Complete Photo Guide to Clothing Construction

The Complete Photo Guide to Clothing Construction Author Christine Haynes
ISBN-10 9781610588706
Release 2014-02-01
Pages 184
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DIVThe Complete Photo Guide to Clothing Construction helps you master all of the techniques needed to sew clothes, including tops, dresses, pants, skirts, and even outerwear. This technique-driven book follows the entire process of clothing construction, including a section on the sewing machine and other tools/materials used, information on working with patterns and fitting, laying out the pattern pieces, cutting and marking, and on through every step of construction to the final button. Large, detailed photos guide you from start to finish and help give you a visual basis for learning the skills. /divDIVThis comprehensive guide is a long-lasting reference for anyone who sews clothes. It fills in all the technique details not supplied by manufacturers of the clothing patterns that most sewers use for all of their projects. This book explains the reasons behind the methods, warns of pitfalls to watch out for, and provides you with valuable tips that help you reach a satisfying, successful end with every project. Examples show both men's and women's fashions as well as children's clothes./div



Pattern Fitting With Confidence

Pattern Fitting With Confidence Author Nancy Zieman
ISBN-10 0896895742
Release 2008-07-21
Pages 128
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Nancy Zieman's pattern fitting approach is easy - no cutting, slashing, tucking or pinching—just logical and easy pivot-and-slide techniques, providing a painless method to follow that results in a garment that is comfortable and attractive. Once you learn Nancy's techniques for fitting, you will find it easy to make every garment you sew fit your size and shape. Multiple fitting charts are included in the book, as well as an index for locating technical information at a glance.



Threads Sewing Guide

Threads Sewing Guide Author Carol Jean Fresia
ISBN-10 9781600851445
Release 2011
Pages 370
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Presents an introduction to basic sewing techniques, covering such topics as fabric, patterns, seams, cutting, hems, and surface embellishment.



Tailoring

Tailoring Author Creative Publishing International
ISBN-10 9781589236097
Release 2011-05-01
Pages 128
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Demonstrates how to create a tailored jacket with a list of tools, advice on selecting fabrics and patterns, and techniques for constructing and sewing each part of the garment.



The Perfect Fit

The Perfect Fit Author Creative Publishing International Editors
ISBN-10 0865732132
Release 1987
Pages 128
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Demonstrates practical methods for achieving a good fit when working with commercial patterns.



Dressmaking

Dressmaking Author Alison Smith
ISBN-10 9781465405166
Release 2012-08-20
Pages 320
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An invaluable resource, Dressmaking will guide you through all the stages of making, altering, and customizing clothes. Starting with the Tools and Materials, you will learn what you need to buy and how to use it. The Fabrics chapter demonstrates the drape and weave of fabrics and explains the best uses of each. The Patterns chapter covers everything from understanding a pattern to altering one. In General Techniques, close-up photography and guiding annotation to explain key techniques step by step. A section on Basic Patterns and Variations then guides you through creating six garments. Patterns and detailed step-by-step instructions are provided for a skirt, dress, shirt, tee, jacket, and pair of trousers. Instructions are also given for possible variations of each garment. Finally, chapters on Alterations and repairs and Customizing offer practical tips for repairing worn items and inspiration for modernizing tired pieces. Packed with essential advice and inspiration, this is the dressmaking bible that no budding seamstress should be without.



Fit for Real People

Fit for Real People Author Pati Palmer
ISBN-10 0935278656
Release 2006-09-01
Pages 256
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Comprehesive pattern alteration book with clear photos and easy to understand language. Covers large range areas in pattern fitting.



Create the Perfect Fit

Create the Perfect Fit Author Joi Mahon
ISBN-10 1440239614
Release 2014
Pages 144
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"Joi will guide you through evaluating the body, compensating for figure variations, taking extensive measurements and applying them to a commercial pattern to see how these vital pattern adjustments affect fit."--Provided by publisher.



Fitting and Pattern Alteration

Fitting and Pattern Alteration Author Elizabeth Liechty
ISBN-10 1628929723
Release 2016-02-25
Pages 480
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Fitting and Pattern Alteration: A Multi-Method Approach to the Art of Style Selection, Fitting, and Alteration, Third Edition, shows readers how to recognize, evaluate, and correct fit for 88 figure variations. This comprehensive guide presents proven methods of style selection, fitting, and alteration. The authors use a multi-level approach that is both logical and easy to follow, and each procedure is clearly identified and fully illustrated with a second color added to clarify the procedure and show directional measuring. Each figure is drawn to scale ensuring consistency and accuracy. The cause for the fitting problem is clearly identified and explained--giving readers the why behind each fitting procedure. Highlights of this edition include new photographs of common fit problems, as well as instructions for working with multi-sized patterns and correcting garments that have more than one fit problem. New to this Edition ~ Chapters open with added key terms and chapter objectives ~ End-of-chapter discussion questions allow the reader to fully engage with the content ~ New 2-color graded pattern illustrations, measurement illustrations, photos of actual body types and illustrations of advanced bodice and pant fitting patterns ~ Updated Reality Check boxes present further details on the topic at hand and reinforce the learning experience Introducing Fitting and Pattern Alteration STUDIO--an online tool for more effective study! - Study smarter with self-quizzes featuring scored results and personalized study tips - Review concepts with flashcards of terms and definitions PLEASE NOTE: Purchasing or renting this ISBN does not include access to the STUDIO resources that accompany this text. To receive free access to the STUDIO content with new copies of this book, please refer to the book + STUDIO access card bundle ISBN 9781501318207.



Fast Fit

Fast Fit Author Sandra Betzina
ISBN-10 1561586498
Release 2003
Pages 256
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Sandra Betzina's tried and true--and easy to do--techniques for creating clothes that fit and flatter your unique shape.



Fabulous Fit

Fabulous Fit Author Elizabeth L. Liechty
ISBN-10 1563673215
Release 2005-08-22
Pages 384
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The 2nd Edition of Fabulous Fit combines a user-friendly approach to the fitting process with a dynamic visual presentation of technical procedures. Illustrations and photos guide you through the process of identifying a figure variation, recognizing incorrect fit and its cause, measuring the body and corresponding pattern area, adjusting the pattern, and altering garments. Fabulous Fit is a complete fit book, with solutions for 62 figure variations for the bodice, sleeves, skirts, and pants. This book is the essential text for coursework in fashion selection, fitting, and alteration.



Garment Construction

Garment Construction Author Peg Couch
ISBN-10 1565235096
Release 2011-04-01
Pages 175
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Presents information about basic garment construction, using patterns, and instructions on how to create basic clothes such as shirts, skirts, and blouses.



The Palmer Pletsch Complete Guide to Fitting

The Palmer Pletsch Complete Guide to Fitting Author Pati Palmer
ISBN-10 1618471015
Release 2018-09
Pages 256
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From tissue-fitting pioneers Pati Palmer and Marta Alto comes a new book whose title says it all: The Palmer/Pletsch Complete Guide to Fitting: Sew Great Clothes for Every Body! Fit Any Fashion Pattern.It's been 20 years since their last book about fitting and altering sewing patterns, Fit for Real People. For Palmer and Alto, that means 20 more years of hands-on learning and experience from fitting more "real people" of all shapes and sizes from around the globe. Having long ago dispensed with tedious measuring or making a muslin to check the fit of a sewing pattern, the authors have mastered the process of tissue-fitting. This means simply "trying on" the pattern's tissue pieces to check systematically for where to alter the pattern for a custom fit. The pattern pieces themselves become the "muslin.""Systematically" means following the tissue-fitting sequence they've developed and refined. It's a no-guess order of fitting that ensures success. The book reinforces this sequence since the alteration chapters themselves are ordered in the same sequence. Readers are instructed to start with length and width, move on to the back, check the neck and shoulders, all before even considering how the pattern fits in the bust. As they work through the pattern, sewers will alter the tissue and try on again until the tissue fits well. The book then instructs how to pin-fit the fabric for a final tweaking before sewing.The book explains all facets of pattern fitting and alteration to give readers the background and guidance they need to achieve a custom fit on any pattern from any company. Instructions include:* Take just one measurement to determine the right pattern size to buy. Find out what to do if you are between sizes or a different size top and bottom.* Make a "body map" with a close-fitting dress pattern to see how you differ from the "standard" on which sewing patterns are based.* Learn from "real people" examples of a variety of bodies and their individual alterations. * Use the book's new "wrinkle dictionary" to identify a needed pattern alteration. "Wrinkles point to the problem," say the authors, and now you can look up the page reference for a solution. * See how age can affect body shape, from preteen to octogenarian.* Take note of the latest sewing techniques for garment details that affect fit, such as darts, zippers and sleeves, for enhancing the look of a well-fitted garment.* Learn basic skills for designing or redesigning for myriad variations using the same pattern.Throughout the book, step-by step instructions are accompanied by full-color photography and a new style of technical art that is extremely clear. Short captions explain each illustration.As a bonus, the authors detail the evolution of ready-to-wear and pattern sizing over the past century, along with their own history in pioneering the art and practice of tissue-fitting.



The Magic Pattern Book

The Magic Pattern Book Author Amy Barickman
ISBN-10 9780761171621
Release 2014-08-12
Pages 310
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Presents six dressmaking patterns that can be used to create an entire wardrobe that has thirty-six different looks and a total of over two hundred garments and accessories.