If you want to be able to fit commercial patterns on yourself without being a contortionist or dream of creating your own designs by draping on a stand why not make your own dress form.
We don’t all have a sewing buddy who can help us fit our garments but you can DIY a body double
In this workshop you will:
- drape an ease-free block of your body
- learn how to pad and shape the stand
- check POMs and shape of stand
- create a cover
- finish and tape stand ready for use
Please contact us if you are interested in this workshop
10am – 3.30pm
MAX IN A CLASS:
Please contact us by email or phone if you wish to attend this course.
Skills needed to take this class… you need to be able to sew confidently and have a basic understanding or fitting and how patterns work
- Supporting written information to take home
- Use of studio equipment, tools and some additional materials such as shoulder pads.
- Drinks and biscuits
- a cheap tailors dummy/dressform that is smaller than you – it can be a display dressform or adjustable dummy
- approx 1.5m woven cotton for making your fitted block and cover
- approx of 1m of wadding and bump (curtain interlining) to pad out your dressform
- an old bra
*Although most student will complete their project, everyone works at their own pace so if you don’t finish your garment don’t worry because you will go home with the skills you need to complete it.
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