"I will take any workshop you have to offer Alexandra - in fact I would take this one again! It was an amazing day on so many fronts - learning, pleasure, a boost in confidence and a treasured memory."
"I took a chance spending the money to travel from Vernon to attend this workshop and it was worth every penny. Not only will I travel again to attend future workshops I will become a faithful subscriber to all on-line workshops you have to offer. You are a treat to learn from Alexandra. Thank you for a very rewarding day."
"It was a good learning environment and a thoroughly enjoyable day. Pictures of fitting problems were helpful and your technology use made it easy for all of us to see what you were doing in real time. Again, thanks Alexandra for a relaxing day of learning in a lovely setting.
Alexandra Morgan teaches experienced sewers and budding pattern makers how to make and adjust patterns for fit and style. She generously shares the knowledge and experience she gained while working in the fashion industry as a designer, pattern maker and fit technician. Alexandra's classes are well thought out, highly detailed and stuffed full of information you won't find anywhere else.
She holds a Bachelor of Science in Home Economics, with a major in clothing and textiles, from the University of Saskatchewan (BScHEc, 1990) as well as a Bachelor of Applied Arts in Fashion Design from Ryerson University (BAA Fashion, 1995).
Alexandra is the founder of In-House Patterns and has been developing and teaching pattern making, fitting and garment construction courses since 2012.
I can't wait to welcome you to this workshop so get yourself registered!
HOW TO RECOGNIZE, ASSESS AND SOLVE FITTING ISSUES
Sunday, November 4, 2018
10 am to 5 pm
Blackbird Fabrics Studio
2280 East Hastings Street
Vancouver, BC, Canada
This workshop will focus on teaching you the process of fitting and will provide you with strategies for recognizing, assessing, and solving fit issues. The 10 most common fitting issues found in woven tops, dresses and jackets will be discussed along with their pattern adjustments in order to show the fitting process in action. Pant fitting and knit garments will not be discussed directly in this workshop but may come up in discussion during the workshop.
No. I will be using the basic hip-length bodice block for demonstration purposes because it is the basis of all tops, dresses and jackets. You will use scaled basic block patterns to practice the solutions to all of the fitting issues we cover. I will guide you as you practice the exercises.
We will not be working on individual projects during the workshop. The purpose of this workshop is to introduce the process of fitting so you can understand how to recognize, assess and solve fitting issues. If you use the techniques that you learn in the workshop you will improve your fitting skills.
I would love to have some real life examples of fitting issues for discussion and will use them if they apply to the content being covered in the workshop, but this is not meant to be a one to one fitting session. I am happy to schedule a private fitting session with you at your convenience.