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Dart manupulation

  1. 1. The flat pattern making methods is the fastest and the most efficient methods ever devised for developing patterns that controls the consistency of size and fit of the mass produced garments. Working pattern are used as a based from which a variety of other pattern shaped are generated. is never be altered but must remain in its original used as a based from developing other design pattern.
  2. 2. Working pattern / foundation pattern consist of the ff. •Basic back •Front bodice •Skirt •Sleeve Patternmaking techniques Patterns can be manipulated and change into other shapes in two ways. •Slash-spread technique •Pivotal transfer methods
  3. 3. Slash and spread technique- is easy to understand and is clearly illustrate the changes taking place. Pivotal-transfer methods is equally reliable and less time consuming, but it is more advance. Design analysis and the three major patternmaking principles
  4. 4. 4 Added fullness contouring Dart relocation Added fullness
  5. 5. Patternmaking terms: Pattern plot-the act of placing lines on a traced copy of the working pattern relating directly to the design features. Pattern manipulation- the act of slashing and spreading or pivoting a pattern section to alter its original shape. Design pattern- the finished pattern that contains all the features related to the design.
  6. 6. Pivotal point- the designated point on the pattern Basic pattern- the original pattern set. •Bodice front and back •Skirt front and back •sleeve
  7. 7. Dart manipulation Dart can be transferred to any location around the pattern’s outline from designated pivotal points without affecting the size or fit of the garments. Dart excess can be used as the ff. •Gathers •Pleats •Tuck darts •Stylelines
  8. 8. Principle #1( is dart manipulation) •Analyzed to identify the location of the dart before manipulating the pattern. Pattern making techniques: slash-spread and overlap- through the manipulating process , the patternmaker is able to see how the original working pattern change into design pattern. Pivotal transfer- in this method does not require the working be slashed in order to change its original shape into design pattern. It is a transfer method and with experience, it is preferred .
  9. 9. Charting dart location
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