Do you have a blouse that you love so much but couldn’t find the right material or the right size? Well, join this workshop and create your own!
Workshop Date: Sunday, 14 October 2018
Duration: 4 hours (1pm-5pm)
Registration Deadline: 12 October 2018
Workshop Fee: BND 45
Include: Basic supplies and on-loan tools
Venue: BenchLab Makerspace, Anggerek Desa
Recommendation: Bring along your excitement, burning questions about womenswear pattern cutting. Students are encouraged to bring own calico and sleeve folder (A3 or A4 size)
By the end of this workshop, you are officially #MadeInBenchLab and will know: 1) the generalised areas of womenswear pattern cutting skills, 2) the pattern-cutting skills in womenswear and how to manipulate them, 3) how to drape pattern, 4) how to focus on a specific garment in various womenswear category, 5) how to alter clothing sizes through 2D patterns, 6) how to make creative pattern shapes, and 7) how to experiment with creative pattern cutting which is a more complex and desirable skill within garment making.
BenchLab Talented Instructor: Aisyah Azlan of ETAH. You’ll be learning from a local talent with experience in pattern-cutting, sewing, digital embroidery and leather stitching. The Birmingham City University School of Fashion graduate once interned with Roland Mouret, a luxury French designer brand, and dreamed of spreading her love for fashion across Brunei. Today, as a resident designer for a local eco-friendly fashion brand, ÜPSYKL and also a contributing designer to local menswear brand, MUDASER.