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301-626V Patternmaking & Design-24 hrs

Learn how to make a pattern block, which is a custom pattern to the specifications of your own body. It can be used as a reference for pattern alterations when sewing clothing. Discover proper measurement techniques, basic drafting skills and how to apply this block to future projects. In addition, learn basic pattern manipulations, which are the foundations of design. This is an intermediate-advanced level class that requires basic pattern knowledge and experience.

Course Credits

.6

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 301-626V-001

CRN: 21095
Tuition/fee: $158.10
Seats Open: 9
Instructor: Bernhard, Kathryn M
Dates: 02/06/18-04/03/18
Days: Tuesday
Times: 12:30pm-03:20pm
Room: WK005

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