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Grading: Definition and Application

Season 6 Episode 608 | 26m 46s

Grading? Fitting? What is the difference? Peggy explains the difference in this episode and why both are so important to good fashion design.

Aired: 12/31/18
Distributed nationally by American Public Television
Extras
Matt Porter introduces us to the basic types and construction of pockets.
Expert pattern maker and teacher Barbara Trippeer illustrates step-by-step pattern making.
Discover what can make men’s pants fit perfectly and make a fashion statement.
This episode is an Introduction to the Texas Fashion Collection.
An expert in garment sustainability guides us in our sewing and clothing choices.
Tips on how to create high-end items with everyday materials.
Tips and insight into the sewing methods of haute couture.
Annette Becker introduces us to the concept of designer recycling.
Annette shows us the evolution and influences on the woman’s suit.
Ideas on applying deisnger James Galanos’ techniques to your own garments.
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Matt Porter introduces us to the basic types and construction of pockets.
Expert pattern maker and teacher Barbara Trippeer illustrates step-by-step pattern making.
Discover what can make men’s pants fit perfectly and make a fashion statement.
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Tips on how to create high-end items with everyday materials.
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Ideas on applying deisnger James Galanos’ techniques to your own garments.