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FDC 221 - Flat Pattern Making II

3 Credits, 5 Contact Hours
2 lecture periods 3 lab periods

Continuation of FDC 121 . Includes measurement, marking and fitting, review of sloper slash and spread methods of design, pattern preparation, determining garment patterns, garment construction, and evaluation of individual garment design and construction.

Prerequisite(s): FDC 121  
Recommendation: Students should have a grade of C or higher in the prerequisite course before enrolling in this course.


Course Learning Outcomes
  1. Apply specific body measurements to flat pattern design.
  2. Utilize slash and spread methods for flat pattern design.
  3. Apply appropriate pattern markings and seam allowances to pattern pieces.
  4. Create a garment using flat pattern design.
  5. Produce a fully constructed garment using flat patterns created in class.
  6. Evaluate clothing designs related to flat pattern design.

Outline:
  1. Measurement, Marking, and Fitting
  2. Review of Sloper Slash and Spread Methods of Design
  3. Pattern Preparation
  4. Determining Garment Patterns
  5. Garment Construction
  6. Evaluation of Individual Garment Design and Construction


Effective Term:
Spring 2010



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