In this first course, we will cover recommended starter machines, we will be going through all the parts of the sewing machine and how to use it, how to set up your basic sewing kit, basic stitches, and terms and how to sew a straight line.
Congrats on your sunglasses case, now let’s sew your second sewing project! Using your ability to sew in a straight line we will be making a lined tote bag, using and attaching belting and adding a pocket.
In this course, you will be learning basic drafting using your body measurements and some basic rectangles and squares to create a top and matching skirt. You will create your pattern, cut your fabric, create a casing and insert elastic.
Learn to draft and sew your own t-shirt and t-shirt dress based on your body measurements for a great fit. Using the skills learned in course four you will be able to make as many t-shirts as your heart desires.
In this course, you will expand on your skills and drafting a basic skirt sloper. We will cover the purpose and importance of a sloper and how to use them. You will also draft, make a sample, fit it and insert both a lapped and invisible zipper.
Now that you have learned to make a sloper you can follow along while we teach you to draft and sew two fashionable skirts. You will draft a high waist pencil skirt and an A-line skirt using your sloper.
In the previous course we covered understanding the button up shirt pattern. In this course we will work with our first commercial pattern and sew up our button up shirt using classic construction methods.
In this course, we are construction the jacket pattern we created in course 34. We will be adding design elements, sewing our linings, facings and pockets. We will then add piping details and covered snaps.
In this course, we learn how to take our basic sloper and create a year-round jacket. We will be creating design elements, linings, facings, pockets, and more. We will then construct the jacket and add piping details and covered snaps.
Let's do some more pattern drafting. Using your measurements we are going to draft a slim dindrl skirt with flounce. This course will teach you to draft the skirt, construct it and even allows for some design change.
In this course, we will be modifying our bodice sloper to create a wrap dress with waistband, ties and gathered bodice and skirt with side seam pockets. This is the perfect anytime dress and very easy to construct.
In this course, we will be modifying Simplicity 8056 to draft overalls. This pattern was used in Course #12 & #13. Refer back to those courses for a refresher and also Course #27 for Common Pants Fitting Issues and fixes.
Using one commercial pattern Brittany is helping create a five-piece wardrobe filled with step by step instruction, tips, and techniques plus advice on how to source fabric, plan your wardrobe, and how to get it done in as little as 30 min a day.
Step By Step Video Tutorial on making this amazing Cocoon Sweater!LEVEL: Beginner/IntermediateSIZES: My tutorials are made to your measurements by drafting and creating the pattern (super easy) and always a perfect fit. No guessing involved!TOOLS ...
My favorite dress tutorial!! I make this dress all year round and wear them often. I love this dress because it is so easy to dress up or down and you can make it with short or long sleeves (as shown in the tutorial) The other really fantastic thi...
Project: The Front Slit Maxi DressDetails: Versatile and fabulous. It can be made from a woven or knit fabric and can be dressed up or down. This will be one you will make over and over againProduct Description: Step by Step VIDEO Tutorial. Great ...
In this course, we are going to talk about the various types of knits, the best practices when working with knits, which seam finishes work best and some tips and tricks. This course is in preparation for next months course.
In this course, you will be learning how to modify a basic raglan sleeve t-shirt pattern to create a raglan sleeve trench coat pattern. You are creating this pattern for the trench coat sew-along in the next course.
In this course, you will learn to construct a trench coat from patterns drafted in the previous course. We touch on a few skill such as working with bias tape, flat felled seams, drafting collar, and collar band, etc.
This is the second part of Intro To Fashion Illustration. You will learn how to add flesh to the croquis, then clothes to the body. Also, bonus content is featured in this course that will help you create a croquis using your own body type.
In this course, we are introducing basic tailoring technique found in menswear. You will learn how to build out your very own interfacing, canvas, and padding used in constructing a well-made suit jacket or coat.
This course is an introduction to fashion illustration. You will learn how to create your very own croquis with a face, hands, and feet details. There is also skill building on drawing garments on a body.
In this course, you will be constructing a jacket using basic tailoring techniques from part 1 and 2 of Introduction To Basic Tailor. You will be using your canvas build out, shoulder pads, lapel roll line, and much more.
In this course, you will learn how to draft pleated dress pants from copying your own pants. You will develop new ways to draft a pants pattern. This course will also prep you for the course where we construct the pants from start to finish.