The garments will include: a non-wired full cup bra, an under-wired padded bra and a non-padded darted bra.
You will assemble and take home three different styles of bra, all in size 34. The tutor will also demonstrate how to deconstruct and take a pattern from a bra, so you can create your own size pattern at home.
You will be using industrial machines on the Structured Bra Making course from London College of Fashion, but the techniques you learn will be transferable to domestic sewing machines at home.
Materials will be included, but a list of specialist suppliers will be provided, so you can source your own fabrics and trims for future development.
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- Importance of seam types, grain and stretch of fabrics
- Different parts of a bra
- Introduction to specialist industrial machines, and achieving similar effects at home
- Correct cutting out methods for lingerie fabrics using rotary cutters.
- Methods of the technical construction of bras
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DisciplinesDesign Fashion, Textiles and Luxury Goods Fashion Design View 91 other Short Courses in Fashion Design in United Kingdom
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
In order to fully participate in the practical exercises please bring the following materials/equipment to the first class:
- 28mm blade Rotary cutter with retractable blade- Olfa or Fiscars
- Paper shears
- Air-erasable fabric marker pen
- Fine pins
- Stitch un-picker
- Metric tape measure
- Notepad & pen
To Be Confirmed!
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