Effect of Patternmaker's Proficiency On the Creation of Clothing

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The effect of the patternmaker's proficiency on the creation of clothing was investigated by the observation of the patternmaking process for clothing that satisfies the designer. We asked Japanese and French patternmakers to make a clothing pattern for the same design. The reasons for the differences in resultant clothing patterns and toiles made by the two patternmakers are discussed. Although the patternmaking processes used by the proficient patternmakers were similar, the resultant patterns were different owing to different recognition of the design. In particular, the shape and size of the collar that the designer emphasized in the illustration were different in the resultant patterns. Differences in patternmaking originated from differences in the patternmakers′ levels of expertise in terms of education, experience, and proficiency. However, the designer was satisfied with both patterns.

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  • AUTEX RESEARCH JOURNAL

    AUTEX RESEARCH JOURNAL 17(2), 120-128, 2017-05-23

    Lodz University of Technology Faculty of Material Technologies and Textile Design

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  • NII論文ID(NAID)
    120006591972
  • 本文言語コード
    ENG
  • 資料種別
    journal article
  • データ提供元
    IR 
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