COURSE INFO


Credit hours:
3--Contact hours: 90

Course number:
ART 251

Dept:
Design

Prerequisite: none



Course description:
In this patternmaking course, Students will start with basic patterns, including darts and princess line variations, and learn how to manipulate them in relation to the fundamental rules of patternmaking. Patternmaking allows the designer to manipulate already existing patterns efficiently and create new configurations with custom measurements. There will be two basic projects during the semester: the skirt, with variations such as A-shape, gathered, with yoke, and the bodice, working with darts and princess line variations, and in the last half of the course students will learn about collars, sleeves and pants. By understanding pattern construction students will be able to gain a wider understanding of the possibilities and limits of a fashion designer.
Meet the Faculty: Prof. Enrica Guidato
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Enrica Guidato comes from Lecce, Italy. After receiving her scientific Diploma, she moved to Florence and then New York where she received her Associate Degree for Fashion Design at the Fashion Institute of Technology S.U.N.Y. She also received a Diploma for Apparel Design at Ent-Art Polimoda Institute in Florence, Italy. 

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