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Video: Digitizing clothing patterns. By Kathleen Fasanella on Nov 26, 2013 at 6: 06 pm. Because there remains ambiguity as to the time and complexity involved ...

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  • 10th Anniversary! 10 tutorials in celebration: Faithful readers, Fashion-Incubator is 10 years old -practicall...

    10th Anniversary! 10 tutorials in celebration

    fashion-incubator.com 14 Feb '15, 4am

    10th Anniversary! 10 tutorials in celebration Posted by Kathleen Fasanella on Feb 13, 2015 at 9:08 pm / Admin / Trackback Faithful readers, Fashion-Incubator is 10 years old -practically of doddering age in internet years. In celebration, I’m proposing that visitors submit suggestions...

  • Review & Giveaway: Fabric for Fashion, The Swatch Book via Fashion Incubator - May as well

    Review & Giveaway: Fabric for Fashion, The Swatch Book

    fashion-incubator.com 31 Oct '14, 11pm

    Maybe I should start by explaining what this book isn’t. It isn’t a comprehensive A to Z recitation of dry textile science, stuff we had to learn in school. I think that is the biggest problem for entrepreneurs; they want to know more but most books fall in one of two camps: enthusias...

  • An easier way to sew elastic casings via Fashion Incubator - This is one of those things that I

    An easier way to sew elastic casings

    fashion-incubator.com 04 Jan '14, 10pm

    An easier way to sew elastic casings Posted by Kathleen Fasanella on Jan 4, 2014 at 3:32 pm / Sewing , Tutorial / Trackback This is one of those things that I think everybody knows already so why do a tutorial on it, but I’ve needed to show it to 2 people in the last month. I would co...

  • Meet up at TexProcess 2014

    fashion-incubator.com 12 Mar '14, 9pm

    Posted by Kathleen Fasanella on Mar 12, 2014 at 2:15 pm / News and Events , Trade Shows / Trackback As we do every two years, visitors and members of the Fashion-Incubator forum are meeting at the TexProcess trade show in Atlanta GA, USA. The trade show takes place at the Georgia Worl...

  • reasons you can’t use retail fabric for production

    fashion-incubator.com 02 Feb '14, 2am

    Some fabric at retail is licensed for consumer use, only because given fabric brands sell wholesale licenses to manufacturers of finished products intended for retail consumption. A good example is Disney. Disney licenses their property to a textile manufacturer who licenses the fabri...

  • Review: Patternmaking for Menswear via Fashion Incubator - A frequently heard lament is the dearth

    Review: Patternmaking for Menswear

    fashion-incubator.com 25 Jan '14, 1am

    Review: Patternmaking for Menswear Posted by Kathleen Fasanella on Jan 24, 2014 at 6:13 pm / Patterns , Reviews / Trackback A frequently heard lament is the dearth of pattern making books specific to the male form. Toward addressing the oversight comes a recently released title called...

  • Introducing my new retail pattern line! via Fashion Incubator - Yay! After saying for ages that

    Introducing my new retail pattern line!

    fashion-incubator.com 01 Jan '14, 1am

    Introducing my new retail pattern line! Posted by Kathleen Fasanella on Dec 31, 2013 at 6:28 pm / Admin / Trackback Yay! After saying for ages that I’d start a retail pattern line, I finally have. It’s called Savant Patterns. This is the logo that Jasonda did for me. I still owe her m...

  • Working as a freelance fashion designer

    fashion-incubator.com 01 Dec '13, 3am

    Hi Zoe, I’m soooo glad I came across this website! I’ve been sketching from a very young age and my dream has always been to one day open my own Boutique. However, I more of a Bridal Gown/Evening Wear Designer, but I haven’t heard of any Freelance Designers in that field. I am a quali...

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