Course Summary

If you’re ready to get started with pattern making, learning how to draft a basic bodice block to your specific measurements is a great place to start.  A bodice block is the basis to most pattern making involving your top half and can be used to make tops and dresses.  Combined with a sleeve block, it can also be used to make shirts, jackets, blazers and coats. 

Course Sessions

Saturday, 8th October - 1 class


Session ID HVAT9305C
8 Oct - 8 Oct 10:00am - 4:00pm
Location CBD
Session Fees
$215 / $204 (conc)
Teacher
Liz Maisey

At the end of this class you will have learnt how to take your own measurements, have a bodice and sleeve block drafted to those measurements, and the knowledge how to adapt these blocks to create a variety of styles.

A graduate of West Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) where she studied Costume Construction, Liz Maisey has been working in the performing arts industry for over 15 years. She has worked in theatre, opera, circus and TV, and her specialty is dance. She loves making tutus. She also loves sharing her knowledge with other people who have a passion for sewing and creating.

Students should bring pencils and pencil sharpener, an eraser, paper scissors, scotch tape, masking or sticky tape, a 30cm ruler and any pattern drafting equipment they may already have. If students have a tape measure, it would be helpful too, though we will have spares.

Last updated: September 29, 2022 04:45pm