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Clothing construction methods. by Edna Bryte Bishop

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Published by Penney in [New York] .
Written in English

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  • Dressmaking

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Pagination63 p.
Number of Pages63
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15077662M

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The Bishop Method of Clothing Construction Paperback – June 1, The Bishop Method of Clothing Construction. Paperback – June 1, by Edna Bryte Bishop (Author), Marjorie Statler Arch (Author) out of 5 stars 29 ratings. See all 2 formats and editions. Hide other formats and by: 3.   About Industry Clothing Construction Methods. This text guides fashion students through the garment construction process and provides students in both fashion design and merchandising with the industry standard construction information that they will need to function effectively within design firms. Comprehensive and profusely illustrated, Unit Method of Clothing Construction, 7/E, promotes the unit measure of construction as a time-saving approach to sewing. In this method, each garment section is treated as a unit to be completed to the greatest extent possible before being /5. The book goes into good detail, with lots of clear illustrations on how to fix problems such as high hip, fullness of hip lines; sway back; small back, fullness at front waistband. It goes into sleeves, fitting tops, all kinds of things as well as how to do a fitting shell/5.

The Required Clothing Construction Project Sheet must accompany the clothing construction project when exhibiting at the Fair. Included on the sheet should be swatches of the fabrics used and a picture of the garment on the 4-H member. Each 4-H member may want to create a loose-leaf sewing reference workbook from all the skills Size: KB. FUNDAMENTALS OF CLOTHING CONSTRUCTION 3(1+2) Lesson 7: Construction Process. Methods of pattern making. Pattern making is one of the earliest steps in the development of a garment. It is a craft that has become a skilled technical process. Patterns can be formed by either 2D or 3D process and a combination of methods are used to create a pattern. The Complete Photo Guide to Clothing Construction helps you master all of the techniques needed to sew clothes--including tops, dresses, pants, skirts, and even outerwear. This technique-driven book follows the entire process of clothing construction, including a section on the sewing machine and other tools/materials used, information on working with patterns and fitting, laying out the /5(43). FUNDAMENTALS OF CLOTHING CONSTRUCTION 3(1+2) Lesson 7: Construction Process. Flat pattern method. The flat pattern method is the fastest and most efficient method for developing patterns, wherein the basic block is modified to develop new and varied styles. It helps in maintaining the consistency of size and fit of mass produced garments.

Unit method of clothing construction. Ames, Iowa State University Press [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Iowa Home Economics Association. OCLC Number: Notes: Earlier editions published under title: Unit method of sewing. Description: xi, pages illustrations 29 cm: Other Titles: Unit method of. INDUSTRY CLOTHING CONSTRUCTION METHODS. Mary Ruth Shields. PAPERBACK ISBN: Published: For Students. Buy $ Add to Cart. For Instructors info close. Exam/Inspection Copy Request. Please note that exam/inspection copies and instructor resources are only available to instructors and faculty staff at recognized. Clothing Construction book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. From the preface:The aim of this book is to explain dressmak /5.   Dear Readers, Today, I want to bring your attention to the Bishop Method of Clothing Construction. I’ve become the owner of three books about it, published by J. B. Lippincott Company, not in operation today. Back in the day, your grandma or your mom or you (if you're approaching the golden years) may have learned to sew with.