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  • In our previous session you were introduced to the wonderful world of specifications, and we completed Task 1: Key features of specification sheetsIn this session we will be completing task 2: Measuring points, Measuring and Trade sketching (includes garment measurement revision). The skill of being able to accurate measure a garment has been become extremely critical in the past few years, especially since many of our products are manufactured offshore!www.FashionMentorOnline.comwww.FashionMentorOnline.com
  • Just a little reminder!There are as many different styles of specification sheets as there are apparel companies. For the purpose of simplicity and uniformity, we will all be using templates [you may design your own, for your final project]as the accuracy in specifications and correct garment measuring is integral to achieving the quality standards specified within the apparel industry, you may find that they are repeated in your units!
  • Flat garment………….NO CREASESFlat table………COMPLETE GARMENT Tape measure………..FLAT and WALK [CONTOURS]Close openings………BUTTONS……ZIPS…….STUDS, etc……………http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a4oCmqFofew&feature=related
  • Task 2 – measure garments complete the top section of the task sheet:candidate name:candidate number:date:group:
  • Task 2…….continuedcomplete the measuring sheet for a:skirtblouse/shirtpants/shortsjacket/coatwww.FashionMentorOnline.com
  • Trade sketches to be CLEAR and PRECISE with ARROWS and REF CODES………………ZOOMED POINTS-helpful referencewww.FashionMentorOnline.com
  • Introduction to production operations:e.g.close side seamattach waistbandsew button holesew button press garmenttrim Inspecthem bottompress garmentwww.FashionMentorOnline.comsew button holesew button press garmenttrim Inspecthem bottompress garment
  • Whilst the type of product designed determines the production process, there are key stages that are common to most fashion products, and these are:Research trends, colours, shapes and fabricsDevelop the product designsOrder the sample raw materials- fabric and trimsPatterns developed5. Develop the toile in calico or other substitute fabric6. Cut and sew the product sample
  • 7. Select final sample collection/range8. Sell the range, take orders and calculate the production run9. Final product modifications are made10.Patterns are graded as per orders sold11. The orders are produced12. Quality Control/Assurance checks13. Packaging and shipping
  • To summarize what we’ve covered in this session:We have measured various types of garmentsWe have discussed the drawing techniques to be used in specification sheetsWe have introduced the operations of garment production that may be included on a production specification sheetWe have introduced the key stages of the production processes of most fashion productswww.FashionMentorOnline.com
  • SpecificationsSession 2 – task 2www.FashionMentorOnline.com
  • You’ve just seen the second session of my ‘How to develop product specifications for fashion design’, if you would like more information about this unit, just email me at cherylmwidlend@gmail.com And if you have any questions, just email me and I'll be happy to answer them for you. WarmlyCheryl

How to measure a garment How to measure a garment Presentation Transcript

  • specifications Session 2 – task 2www.FashionMentorOnline.com
  • just a little reminder!• many different styles of specification sheets• we will all be using templates• accuracy in specifications and correct garment measuring is integral to achieving the quality standards www.FashionMentorOnline.com
  • REVISION-measuring • Flat garment • On table-complete garment • Tape measure-flat & walk • Close openingshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a4oCmqFofew&feature=related
  • Task 2 – measure garments• complete the top section of the task sheet:• candidate name:• candidate number:• date:• group:
  • Task 2…….continuedcomplete the measuring sheet for a:• skirt• blouse/shirt• pants/shorts• jacket/coat www.FashionMentorOnline.com
  • drawing techniques • Clear • Precise • Arrows • Ref codes • Zoomed pointswww.FashionMentorOnline.com
  • Introduction: production operations • close side seam • attach waistband • sew button hole • sew button • press garment • trim Inspect • hem bottom • press garmentwww.FashionMentorOnline.com
  • Introduction: Key stages of production process 1.Research trends, colours, shapes and fabrics 1.Develop the product designs 1.Order the sample raw materials- fabric and trims 1.Patterns developed 5. Develop the toile in calico or other substitute fabric 6. Cut and sew the product sample
  • 7. Select final sample collection/range8. Sell the range, take orders and calculate theproduction run9. Final product modifications are made10.Patterns are graded as per orders sold11. The orders are produced12. Quality Control/Assurance checks13. Packaging and shipping
  • Summary:• measure garments• drawing techniques• production sheet-operations• production processes www.FashionMentorOnline.com
  • specifications Session 2 – task 2www.FashionMentorOnline.com
  • You’ve just seen the second session of my‘How to develop product specifications forfashion design’, if you would like moreinformation about this unit, just email me atcherylmwidlend@gmail.comAnd if you have any questions, just email meand Ill be happy to answer them for you.WarmlyCheryl