Episode 33

Everything You Need To Know About Darts

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Understanding darts, how they work and what to do with them is a fundamental part of pattern cutting. In this Episode we’re delving into the technical world of pattern making. Explaining what darts are, talking you through some theory, manipulations and much, much more!


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At the risk of sounding like a complete sap, I just wanted to say a massive thank you to you both for your work that you put into your podcast. As a designer getting back into pattern drafting after over 10 years out of practice, listening to your episode fills me with so much excitement and leaves me dying to get back to the cutting/dining room table. You’ve helped to remind me that the skills I learned in college are still there, I just need to practice them again. I’m in the middle of developing some new patterns for my little indie pattern company and you two are like a little cheerleading team on my shoulder so thank you both. Genuinely, you’ve been such an inspiration. Congrats and happy first podcast birthday

DART ROTATION

WANT TO LEARN MORE ABOUT DART MANIPULATION?

Kathryn and Caroline both have online classes where you can learn more about darts and how to manipulate and change them.


Is there a topic you’d like us to cover? We’d love to hear from you! Contact Kathryn and Caroline directly with any comments / feedback on fashionhalfcut@gmail.com. Alternatively you can reach out on instagram @fashionhalfcut.

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