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Posted on: 11/28/13 5:08 AM
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If you are interested in draping, or making your own clothes, then Fashion Draping: Bias Design is a great class for you.

I definitely wouldn't recommend for beginning sewers, the class was clearly aimed at individuals with an intermediate to advanced skill set. Not only will you need to be able to sew basic garments without instructions, but you will need to be fairly familiar with altering patterns. In fact, if you haven't done much draping before I would suggest you check out Fashion Draping: Fashion Making Basics first; as the name suggests the class covers all the basics.

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MsHicks said... (10/14/14 0:01 AM) Reply
I was told that if you've taken Suzy Furer's Skirt and Bodice courses, as I have - and they are excellent, you will understand the Fashion Draping class. They (Craftsy employees) agreed his basics class is more basic than Suzy's classes, and you'll be bored.
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