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Pattern grading Gentlemen"s garments-jackets, Waistcoats, trousers, overcoats and bodycoats Ladies garments-jackets, skirts, topcoats, magyars, dolmans and leisure slacks by E F. Fuller

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Published by The tailor and Cutter Limited in London .
Written in English

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Statementby E F Fuller and S Clart.
ContributionsClart, S.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13681129M

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  A fully comprehensive and unique textbook on pattern grading for children's clothes. Throughout the book, emphasis is placed on the practical aspects of pattern grading and each subject is developed in a logical and integrated fashion.5/5(1). With the measurements in my example, if I were to grade a pattern for a shirt, it might look something like this: XS Bust, M Waist, S Hip Grading Path Notice how I kept along the XS pattern size down the bust, moved out for the waist then pulled back in again for the hip. Grading a pattern and altering a pattern are two very different things. When you grade a pattern, you are creating the same style in another size - EVERY measurement point is changed, following a strict formula, to maintain the same fit and proportion in each new size.. When you alter a pattern, you change only some parts of the example, if your bust is a size 8, your waist is. Yes of course, we will exchange the picture at the next occasion. In the book Grading Women & Kids all gradings and illustrations are explained in English. The red pattern is the base size from which you enlarge or reduce. The length measures change rather slightly during the grading compared to the width measures. Reply to this comment.

  I think I will be purchasing Professional Pattern Grading for Women’s, Men’s, and Children’s Apparel by Handford, since the third edition is a very reasonable 30ish dollars. I have the old Readers Digest Book that I begged from my mom since she had an extra (her mom had given her another copy) and it is my favorite sewing book.   Pattern cutting and Making up by Martin Shoben and Janet P Ward. A book that gives you instructions to make your patterns and to stitch it properly. Pattern making for Fashion Design by Gerry Cooklin. Master Patterns And Grading For Women’s Outsizes and Pattern Grading for Men’s Clothes belong to the same author.   Pattern grading is an easy way to replicate a pattern to scale, saving you from having to draft the whole thing. It can be your go-to if you need to size an entire pattern up a smidge. (Though you shouldn't try to go more than two sizes up or down, as that would disrupt the balance of the pattern.). Pattern Grading Pattern Grading is the process whereby patterns of different sizes are produced from the original master pattern. This process can be performed manually or automatically by a computerized system. Patterns are graded according to size charts which present the sizes and the average measurements of the population group for which the garments are intended.

I think the last time I used a book was one of the Japanese Pattern Magic books and it was experimental. Before that, I used one in the early 90’s to draft a raglan and that was only because the production manager didn’t like the one I’d already made because it had a dart in the shoulder so I used the book to show her I wasn’t crazy. If. Books shelved as patternmaking: Patternmaking for Fashion Design by Helen Joseph-Armstrong, Metric Pattern Cutting for Women's Wear by Winifred Aldrich. Pattern Grading: Grading is a technique used either to maximise or minimise the size of a pattern. This becomes necessary when large numbers of different sized garments have to be produced in a relatively shorter time as is done in the garment industry. Concepts of Pattern Grading book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A well-illustrated, step-by-step introduction to grading that /5.