Welcome to a new pattern making class, in today’s class, we are going to continue learning about linings.
This class is a continuation of the previous class, so I recommend that you watch that class first.
Today’s class begins with a little more theory so that we understand what linings are.
As I explained to you in the previous class, linings are used to clean the inside of garments.
This means that we have to change the lining patterns depending on how we want to finish our garments.
For today’s class, we’re going to create a facing, instead of a waistband, so you can see the difference.
Today you will learn how to make a closed lining, this means that the skirt is completely lined and you cannot see the inside.
In the previous class, you could see the inside of the skirt, since the bottom of the lining was not sewn along the hem.
As always, I am going to give you all the necessary measurements to make the same skirt that I made, but remember that you can change it to your personal taste.
In the prototype that you have seen in the class it is the same as the previous class but to make it a little more interesting I have changed the design of the panels.
Remember that if you have any questions about today’s class, you can always send me an email with your questions, from your student account, in the support section.
Send your exercises
You already know that the best way to learn industrial pattern making is by practicing, so for today’s class I am going to ask you to make the same patterns that I have made.
You can make these patterns at full size or half scale.
Please try to send photos where the patterns and their annotations are clearly and accurately seen so that I can send you better feedback.