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A pattern maker is responsible for translating a design concept into a technical blueprint that guides the construction of a garment. We use our expertise in drafting, measurements, and garment construction to develop accurate and precise patterns. These patterns serve as the foundation for cutting and assembling the fabric pieces, ensuring proper fit, shape, and proportions of the final garment.
By choosing the right pattern maker, you ensure that your design is transformed from a concept to a tangible garment that reflects your vision. Our skill, knowledge, and attention to detail contribute significantly to the success and quality of the final product. Collaborating with a proficient pattern maker who understands your vision and can bring innovation to the pattern making process is essential for creating garments that stand out and meet your desired standards of creativity and excellence.
Innovation in pattern making comes from the ability to think creatively and problem-solve. we can offer innovative solutions to achieve unique design features, incorporate complex construction techniques, and optimize the garment's overall fit and comfort. Our expertise allows us to push boundaries, experiment with new ideas, and find innovative approaches to pattern making that align with your vision.
A good pattern maker's skill lies in their ability to identify potential design, construction, and material issues in a product before they become serious errors. The pattern maker must guide the designers through the design process to ensure the best possible outcome.
Before declaring something impossible, we will strive to make it possible. Unfortunately, while in high fashion and haute couture, the designer's desire takes precedence, in ready-to-wear garments, this is constrained by the limitations of the production process.
The term "Muslin prototype" refers to a garment sewn using a trial fabric without any finishing or lining. Typically, the cost of the pattern includes the muslin prototype. The purpose of the muslin prototype is to identify and correct any defects in the garment. It is highly recommended to conduct fittings with models or even with friends to ensure proper fitting. However, pay careful attention to measurements, as using incorrect sizing can cause significant damage to your collection. Make sure to have a measuring tape on hand and thoroughly check the model or fit of your choice during the fitting.
We highly recommend using the real fabric instead of muslin, as it provides a more accurate representation of the garment's fit and overall silhouette. If you choose to use the actual fabric for the trial garment, it is important to note that you will need to provide us with double the fabric quantity required. Please keep in mind that this trial garment will not be finished or transformed into a sample garment. Its purpose is solely for fit and silhouette evaluation. We will ensure that the trial garment is constructed with care and precision, allowing you to assess the desired design elements and make any necessary adjustments before proceeding to the final sample stage.
Over the years, CAD and CAM processes have gained significant traction in our industry. One company that has always believed in technology is Lectra. Their Modaris software is widely used by companies in the sector. Other companies have also made advancements in this area, such as Gerber, which has developed software that is equally impressive.
While our pattern making process traditionally begins with hand construction, we find joy in the tactile experience of creating patterns with our own hands. However, upon request, we can have an expert in CAD digitize our patterns for future use. This allows for greater versatility and accessibility in utilizing digital patterns for various purposes.
Price list of patterns that at the end you will collect in original
Patterns at 50€: Capi neonato.
Patterns at 100€: T-shirt; Casacca; Slip; Reggiseno.
Patterns at 150€: Felpa; Hoody; Costume intero; Coulotte.
Patterns at 200€: Shirt for man or woman; Skirt; Corsetto; Vestaglia.
Patterns at 250€: Bermuda, shorts and pants for woman; Pigiama.
Patterns at 300€: Woman's dress; Bermuda, shorts and pants for man; Mantella.
Patterns at 400€: Smoking and jacket for woman; Bomber for man or woman.
Patterns at 500€: Coat, spolverino and trench donna; Blazer, smoking e giacca uomo.
Patterns at 600€: Coat, spolverino and trench uomo.
Patterns from 700€ and over: Cocktail and wedding dresses.
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