Fashion patternmaking techniques for children's clothing, Dresses, shirts, bodysuits, trousers, shorts, jackets and coats
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Dresses, shirts, bodysuits, trousers, shorts, jackets and coats

Fashion patternmaking techniques for children's clothing

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illustrations by Claudia Ausonia Palazio | translation Katherine Kirby


Présentation en anglais


Fashion Patternmaking Techniques for Children's Clothing

Dresses, Shirts, Bodysuits, Trousers, Shorts, Jackets and Coats

After 15 years of reprints and new editions in Italy and abroad, Antonio Donnanno has decided to return to children's clothing patterns, expanding on previous work and including numerous new garments to dress kids for any occasion. Once again, this text is the result of attentive studies and ongoing updates to measurements and the changing needs that this industry is known for. The author wanted to create a method similar to that for adults, simpl yet precise and clear. All categories of garments which are currently made and sold were the object of close study from gowns to rompers, skirts to trousers and jumpsuits, casual clothes to carnival costumes.

In the words of the author : « Each age range comes with models which combine comfort, beauty and style.

I hope this text will help simplify the work of those in this industry or of those who just wish to make garments for their family members. »

If you have purchased this book, you can download the PDF of the newborn table and the base bodice and sleeve block for children at www.promopresseditions.com.
Présentation détaillée des méthodes et techniques de patronage utilisées pour les enfants avec toutes les catégories de vêtements actuels et les mensurations mises à jour : barboteuses, robes, jupes, pantalons, combinaisons ou costumes de carnaval. ©Electre 2021
Format : Broché
Nb de pages : 232 pages
Poids : 1000 g
Dimensions : 21cm X 30cm
Date de parution :
ISBN : 978-84-16851-14-0
EAN : 9788416851140