My book has finally been published and is available on Amazon.
The concept for my book started way back in 2009. I researched and practiced various methods to draft the basic bodice block, completely different to the method I learned at the fashion academy. It did not take me long to present the perfect method to my students back then. The book is a great companion for all home sewers and dressmakers, as well as self guided learners. Best of all is the fact that it is suitable for all body types and sizes. You learn to take accurate body measurements from a clearly illustrated chart. Learn to draft patterns for dresses, jackets, skirts, trousers, sportswear and even a full swimsuit.
Blocks and patterns
Drafting patterns from measurements
Facing and interfacing
The basics of pattern grading
Working with and drafting asymmetrical patterns
Working with stretch and bias fabrics and so much more.
All illustrations were done by me, hence the red eyes that were seen in some of my blog posts.
The book starts off with a few easy projects to master the basics of pattern drafting.
Learn to draft various neckline and sleeve styles.
Draft various skirts styles like a pencil, pleated, circular, asymmetrical and draped skirt and so much more.
Draft various collar styles for jackets and shirts.
Learn to draft trousers with hip pockets, jeans and leggings.
Learn to draft shorts with inset pockets and different culotte styles.
Draft your own sports bra, swimsuit or bodysuit and so much more.
Do not hesitate to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you need any assistance.
You can get your copy here:
Click Here to get a copy of my pattern drafting book (printed) on Amazon.
Or Click Here to get the ebook on Apple Books or Kobo.
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