Create a perfectly fitting bodice block with sleeve in this weekend workshop.
- How to take measurements accurately
- Drafting techniques for the bodice & sleeve block
- How to create mock ups (toiles) of both bodice and sleeve for fitting and with expert guidance, you’ll carry out adjustments to the blocks so they they fit you like a glove!
No more badly fitting patterns. Heaven!
All equipment, paper, and calico is provided. If you have your own pattern making tools, and prefer to use them, then feel free to bring them along, otherwise, you’re all set!
Please wear comfortable clothing that will allow you to try on a bodice and sleeve toile.
The is a two day course and will run on both days from 10:30am until 5:00pm (water, tea and coffee will be provided, please bring your own lunch)
We understand that this course is a big financial investment, so if you would like to set up a payment plan, please contact us on email@example.com and we can set one up for you.
”l’ve always struggled to get the fit right on my top half so this workshop was a real eye opener about how much of an adjustment I would need away from a standard block. I came away with my own pattern block that I can apply to any future makes, for a great fitting garment. Fina is funny and great to talk to, and explained everything really clearly, so it’s easy to follow her instruction.
I thoroughly recommend this course to anyone who really wants to up their fitting game.”
About our teacher:
Specialising in fit, over the last 20 years Serefina has honed multiple skills in the fields of fashion & costume – working as a tailor and pattern cutter for luxury fashion and simultaneously as a corset maker and costume designer for cabaret, burlesque and drag.
For the past 8 years she has been passionately teaching her knowledge in pattern making and fit- both to individuals and to companies such as Harrods, Asos and Monsoon as well as start ups and small businesses.
In 2018 she was the pattern designer for Tilly and the Buttons and it was here that her love of sewing merged with digital and since then the self proclaimed ‘analogue girl’ has gone on to create Fina Makes; an online pattern cutting tutorial brand.