5th Edition – Metric Pattern Cutting for Women’s Wear by Winifred Aldrich – PATTERN DRAFTING

Hi πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

I just got back to Australia today and I am super tired from travelling.

So happy to be home though. I have a lot to sort out, as I start my new job next week on Monday, and need to work my studies and everything else around work.

I hope you have had a great week so far. Ok, I am way too sleepy. Going to get ready for bed now. Thank you so much for reading. My Weekly Diary will be up tomorrow.

Have a great day!

 

Capili Jiron x x

Artist by Beauty

We all want clothes that look great, are comfortable, and most importantly fit well.

I love reading sewing books (you can read about some of my favourites here). Even if you are an expert at sewing, you will sometimes need to refer to a good pattern drafting book to ensure you are getting your measurements right, in the correct areas.

post-3-january-2017-pic-15th Edition – Metric Pattern Cutting for Women’s Wear – by Winifred Aldrich – This book is my favourite patterning drafting book. I have referred to this book for many years. It is easy to follow, with clear instructions, and simple diagrams.

Inside the book:

First of all thereΒ an introduction, followed by information on: pattern & design cutting, fabrics, and tools & equipment for making patterns. The book is then divided into four parts.

Part one – is about β€˜Classic form cutting’ which has sections on: the basic darted…

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5th Edition – Metric Pattern Cutting for Women’s Wear by Winifred Aldrich – PATTERN DRAFTING

We all want clothes that look great, are comfortable, and most importantly fit well. I love reading sewing books (you can read about some of my favourites here). Even if you are an expert at sewing, you will sometimes need to refer to a good pattern drafting book to ensure you are getting your measurements [...]

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