Check out this newest Craftsy class

Beautiful necklines and finishing details are marks of an excellent patternmaker. Learn to draft an array of flattering necklines and finishing flourishes in the newest Craftsy class Patternmaking + Design: Creative Necklines by Suzy Ferrer

the newest Craftsy class Patternmaking + Design: Creative Necklines by Suzy Ferrer

“Complete your patternmaking foundation. Join Apparel Arts founder Suzy Furrer as she builds on her Patternmaking Basics and Patternmaking + Design: Creative Darts & Seam Lines classes to guide you through drafting, fitting, truing and marking neckline styles such as boat, Grecian, funnel, opera, V-neck, sweetheart, cornered and more! Then, hone your patternmaking prowess as you create custom patterns: a surplice dress with a V-neck, chevron stripes and a full skirt with a facing. Move on to a boat-neck dress with a tulip skirt, lining and underlining. Finally, draft a strapless dress with flounces, bodice boning and a waist stay. Learn the skills to draft designer neckline styles and striking dresses, blouses, T-shirts and tunics.”

This class landed directly on my wish list.

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About Red Point Tailor

I am sewing enthusiast - houte couture is my passion. I am sharing here information on my couture projects, couture techniques, my challenges - up's and down's, my jewellery projects, fashion. My couture garments, jewellery and fashion accessories are inspired by Art Deco, 30's, 50’s.
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8 Responses to Check out this newest Craftsy class

  1. sewdooley says:

    I bought the bodice and skirt classes together on sale, but still more than other classes. I’m hoping it’s worth it. I haven’t watched any of it yet, what do you think of the bodice class?

  2. ThreadTime says:

    This one may have to go on my wish list as well. She is getting an impressive (Craftsy) library built up.

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