The Clothing Designer's MindBy Somanycolors
Had to subscribe to this YouTube feed for the pure inspiration.
And here's a quote from the TRpattern web site:
"TRPattern technique differs significantly from conventional flat pattern making since clothes are constructed in 3d, and in doing so, the need for darts is completely eliminated. Thus the traditional flat pattern method of clothes making is totally reconceptualised."
There are more videos, too. My Sunday morning will be spent watching them in awe.
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