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By Gareth Kershaw
Designed for both students and professionals, this
book offers a comprehensive guide to patternmaking
for menswear from the basic skills through to more
The book includes 20 complete patterns that show
how to cut every aspect of the menswear including
adaptations from basic slopers through to classic
garments and trend-led styles. Using a step-by-step
approach, illustrated with accurately sized and scaled
flat diagrams, technical flats and fashion illustrations,
and photographs of muslins, it explains the theory
behind the practise enabling the reader to understand
how to cut patterns with confidence.
Illustrated throughout, this book contains
everything you need to know to make patterns for
today’s menswear market.
• Clear, step-by-step diagrams explain the process from creating
the sloper to adapting it into trend-led styles
• Photographs of muslins show how the two-dimensional
pattern translates into a three-dimensional garment
• Includes 20 complete patterns of classic garments and Trendled
Gareth Kershaw is a Senior Lecturer within the Department of
Apparel, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK.
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