Pattern Layout on One-Way Print Fabrics
This lesson is part of our series on pattern layouts. Here we will demonstrate how to plan and then lay your pattern pieces out on a print fabric that has a distinct pattern direction, known in the industry as a one-way print. Be sure to also view our lesson how to work with an engineered print.
|2||Pattern Layout & Pinning the Pattern||1-4|
|3||Cutting Out the Pattern||1|
|4||Marking the Darts & Final Steps||1-9|
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MODULE 1 • Lesson Prep
|1||This is known as a directional print, and they require a different type of pattern layout.|
|2||This one-way print has tulips, and if you notice, every tulip is facing up, towards my right-hand side.|
|3||So, this becomes the top of the garment.|
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