FASH 1660 - Pattern Drafting Procedures
Pattern Drafting is a form of drafting used to produce paper patterns for cutting fabric, to create garments. Using body measurements, students create a sloper, then transfer the pattern to template paper known as an oak tag. During subsequent stages, students will use the slopers to create apparel designs that will be cut and tested for fit, and ultimately converted into reusable patterns.
Prerequisite: FASH 1505 (may be taken concurrently) and FASH 1100
Semester: Fall & Spring
Additional Course Fee Required
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