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The Art of Grading 1

icon smMark helps to demystify the art and science of grading garment patterns into a range of sizes, while retaining the original style and function.

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The Art of Grading, Part 2

icon smIn part 2, Mark walks us through grading a bra which has two size variants; bra cup size and band or girth size, for a more advanced grading lesson.

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Breaking through a Design Block

iconCreative blocks can be so frustrating. Marion shares tips on how to refresh your creative batteries and allow yourself the space to create.  

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Colour Theory for Garment Makers

Colour theory by P RichardsonPatricia helps guide us through the landscape and terminology of this most broad of terms.

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Designing & Prototyping Ready-to-Wear Corsetry

icon-smMarianne helps guide us through the task of developing a ready-to-wear corset style, from design through to the final graded patterns.

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Towards a Distinctive House Style: 1

icon-smJenni begins her discussion of silhouette, including personal preference and inspiration.

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Towards a Distinctive House Style: 2

icon-smJenni continues on silhouette and fitting a house style on different body shapes, plus its relationship to your corsetry business and brand identity as a whole.

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Creating a Line Sheet

Creating a Line SheetMarianne explains line sheets, the collective representations of your styles, which are used to help you develop, manage, and sell your line.

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Drawing Flats for Corsetieres: 1

Drawing flats

Marianne shows you how to produce flats - the clean, professional line drawings that show important construction details for each of your designs.

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Drawing Flats for Corsetieres: 2

Advanced FlatsMore on technical fashion drawings known as "flats". You'll learn how to take your corset illustrations to the next level, with Marianne's three keys to beautiful flats.

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