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Patternmaking

Summer 1:  May 27 - June 30 (day classes) or July 16 (evening classes)

PM 121 Patternmaking I: Misses' and Women's Wear
3 credits
In state $577 Out of state $1,684 (Includes $25 patternmaking fee)
In this course, students learn to develop basic body slopers using standard specification measurements. Collars and basic sleeve shapes are made. Paper patterns, as well as a final fabric sample, are developed. Students learn the importance of fit and balance in order to create a high-quality production pattern. Specifications are discussed in relation to both pattern development and finished garment measurements.

SUMMER 1

CRN Section Day Time Location
8639 25A M W 6:20 pm-10:00 pm C412
8530 25B T R 6:20 pm-10:00 pm C610

PM 122 Patternmaking II: Misses' and Women's Wear
3 credits
In state $577 Out of state $1,684 (Includes $25 patternmaking fee)
Prerequisite: PM 121
Utilizing the basic slopers, students develop additional patterns for style variations using the slopers developed in PM 121. Patterns are developed for bodice, torso, and sleeves. A variety of skirt slopers are developed. Pattern corrections are made according to fit, balance, and specification measurements. Final patterns and fabric samples acceptable for mass production are created.

SUMMER 1

CRN Section Day Time Location
8440 25A M W 6:20 pm-10:00 pm C610

PM 171 Pattern Grading: Misses' and Women's Wear
3 credits
In state $577 Out of state $1,684 (Includes $25 patternmaking fee)
Prerequisite: for Patternmaking Certificate students PM 121 or for Fashion Design students FD 111 or FD 121
Introduction to manual pattern grading and marker-layout techniques. The students learn how to apply grade measurements proportionally to all the pieces within a pattern. The importance of accurate measurement specifications and their effect on the finished product are emphasized. Marker-layouts for samples, costing and mass production are developed.

SUMMER 1

CRN Section Day Time Location
8491 25A T R 6:20 pm-10:00 pm C401
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