Pattern Making and Inspiration

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The stages of pattern making for my final collection, including my inspiration for each design.

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  • Sequence of Operation Danielle Panther

  • Outfit 1 1. Traced trouser

    block 2. Made trousers

    high waisted 3. Took trousers in

    at the knee 4. Flared out

    bo;om of trousers by 20cm

    5. Traced o construcBon sheet

    6. Added seam allowance

    7. Cut out 8. Traced bodice

    block 9. Pivoted dart from

    shoulder to waist 10.Traced o

    construcBon

    sheet 11.Added seam

    allowance 12.Cut out 13.Made collar by

    measuring a circle with circumference of 15.5cm

    14.Made mock up 15.Traced o

    construcBon sheet

    16.Cut out 17.Traced o sleeve

    block 18.Lengthened

    sleeve by 9cm 19.Took in sleeve

    wrists to 18cm 20.Took in elbow to

    27cm 21.Traced o

    construcBon sheet

    22.Added seam allowance

    23.Cut out

    Pattern

  • Insp

    iratio

    n Outfit One For all 4 of my outfits I took inspiration from Marc Jacobs

    For outfit one I took inspiration from the two outfits.

    I took inspiration from the collar to the right and created my own version.

    I also took inspiration from the stripes. It seems that Marc Jacobs has created his own stripes by using different panels. I have too tried to create the same effect.

    I have also used similar colours on my own garments

    Marc Jacobs Spring 2013 Ready To Wear

    I am also using concealed zips and buttons for show just like on this shirt and skirt.

  • Outfit 2 1. Traced leggings

    block 2. Lengthened to

    90cm 3. Traced o

    construcBon sheet 4. Added seam

    allowance 5. Cut out 6. Traced o bodice

    block 7. Adapted bodice to

    be sleeveless 8. Traced o

    construcBon sheet 9. Added seam

    allowance

    10.Cut out 11.Traced round

    bodice block (front) 12.Lengthened to

    152cm 13.Pivoted dart from

    shoulder to waist 14.Lengthened

    shoulder to 16cm 15.Rounded should o

    to armhole point to remove armhole

    16.Drew round bodice block (back)

    17.Lengthened back to 40cm

    18.Lengthened

    shoulder to 16cm 19.Rounded shoulder

    o to armhole point to remove armhole

    20. Traced o construcBon sheet

    21. Added seam allowance

    22.Cut out

    Pattern

  • Inspiration

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    I have also taken the general shape and style of the coat by extended it and turned it into a cape instead of a coat.

    For this second outfit I have taken a lot of inspiration from this one coat.

    I have done a similar collar on my own design but a lot

    smaller and more circular

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  • Outfit 3 1. Traced

    leggings block 2. Lengthened to

    90cm 3. Traced

    construcBon block

    4. Added seam allowance

    5. Cut out 6. Traced o

    bodice block 7. Adapted

    bodice to be sleeveless

    8. Traced construcBon sheet

    9. Added seam allowance

    10.Cut out 11.Traced o

    front and back bodice blocks

    12.Lengthened both by adding 14cm

    13.Traced o construcBon sheet

    14.Added seam allowance

    15.Cut out 16.Traced collar

    block (already had seam allowance on)

    17.Shortened collar and collar stand to 18cm

    18.Traced o construcBon sheet

    19.Cut out

    Pattern

  • Inspiration

    Outfit Three

    For this garment I have taken inspiration from both of these.

    For the jumpsuit I have taken ideas from the dress but adapted it into my own idea and designed a jumpsuit. I have used a similar colour on my own design but done it sleeveless.

    I have also designed a jacket similar to this coat except I have made it shorter,

    collarless and button-less.

    Marc Jacobs Spring 2013 Ready To Wear

  • Outfit 4

    1. Traced leggings block

    2. Lengthened to 90cm

    3. Traced construcBon block

    4. Added seam allowance

    5. Cut out 6. Traced collar

    blocks (already had seam allowance on)

    7. Shortened collar and collar stand to 18cm

    8. Reshaped collar

    9. Traced top half of collar to make bo;om half of double breasted collar and enlarged

    10.Traced o construcBon sheet

    11.Cut out 12.Traced

    bodice block 13.Added 14cm

    to length 14.Pivoted dart

    from shoulder to

    underarm 15.Traced

    construcBon sheet

    16.Added seam allowance

    17.Cut out

    Pattern

  • InspiraBon

    Outfit Four

    Marc Jacobs Spring 2013 Ready To W

    ear

    For my final design I took inspiration from the stripes and colours on this garment.

    However I decided to use a bright yellow instead of the creamy

    brown colour. I wanted to use bright colours to try and make my

    collection stand out.

    The technique Marc Jacobs has used for his stripes is what I intend on doing when I make stripes up. My sewing different coloured panels together you can create you own fabrics.

    I would hope that my final product would be as well made up and the

    stripes will match as well as this Marc Jacobs collection.

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