Recent Publications

Book1  
Symmetrical Pattern Designing
In this book, the author has put forth the common aspect of pattern making which holds good across all the people, across all culture and across all place of living.

He starts right from describing the nature of the human body structure where by he describes how measurement one part of the human body corresponds to the size of other part of the body.

The book covers almost all types of garments designing, for men, women, children. Dress designing across different culture are also described.
 
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Industrial Pattern Making Manual
Industrial pattern making manual is a blue print for constructing the export readymade garments. It is an outline, a template to create all of the components of a garment needed to form a

complete unit of clothing. Industrial patterns, regardless of size or shape, include important markings necessary to sew the pattern pieces together so that they fit precisely. These markings

includes: darts and seam allowances
 
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Book3  
Apparel Pattern Designing
This book is true to its original concept offering a range of good basic grade specs and basic blocks with an introduction. This also includes the basic principles of pattern cutting and examples of their application in creating different types of garments. The fundamental aim of this book is to make every individual the confidence and ability to craft a unique style of unisex pattern designing.
 
 
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Book1  
Technology of Pattern Designing
Advanced pattern technology by percentage method

In his second book which he is currently authoring, the author intends to put in an exhaustive techniques and methodologies that can be used in fashion designing.

A patternmaker typically employs one of two methods to create a pattern. The flat-pattern method is where the entire pattern is drafted on a flat surface from measurements, using rulers, curves and straight-edges. A pattern maker would also use various tools such as a notcher, drill and awl to mark the pattern. Usually, flat patterning begins with the creation of a sloper or block pattern, a simple, fitted garment made to the wearer's measurements. For women, this will usually be a jewel-neck bodice and narrow skirt, and for men an upper sloper and a pants sloper. The final sloper pattern is usually made of cardboard or paperboard, without seam allowances or style details (thicker paper or cardboard allows repeated tracing and pattern development from the original sloper). Once the shape of the sloper has been refined by making a series of mock-up garments called toiles (UK) or muslins (US), the final sloper can be used in turn to create patterns for many styles of garments with varying necklines, sleeves, dart placements, and so on. The flat pattern drafting method is the most commonly used method in menswear; menswear rarely involves draping.

The draping method involves creating a muslin mock-up pattern by pinning fabric directly on a form, then transferring the muslin outline and markings onto a paper pattern or using the muslin
as the pattern itself
 
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Book2  
Technology of Fashion Studio

Advanced pattern technology by percentage method

In his second book which he is currently authoring, the author intends to put in an exhaustive techniques and methodologies that can be used in fashion designing.

The book would cover the following topics :
1. Creating measurements (Spec and Grading Measurements)
2. Creating designs
3. Fabrics (Cotton, Silk, Synthetic, Weaving, Dye mixing, Prints)
4. Accessories
5. Stitch detail (Including show stitches with suitable machines)
6. Embroidery (Machine embroidery, Hand embroidery, Lab testing, Washing, standards and effects)

 
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Book1  
Holigeya Thanthrikathe (Kannada)
This book is true to its original concept offering a range of good basic grade specs and basic blocks with an introduction. This also includes the basic principles of pattern cutting and examples of their application in creating different types of garments. The fundamental aim of this book is to make every individual the confidence and ability to craft a unique style of unisex pattern designing.
 
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Vastra Vinyasadha Thanthrikathe (Kannada)

Advanced pattern technology by percentage method

In his second book which he is currently authoring, the author intends to put in an exhaustive techniques and methodologies that can be used in fashion designing.

The book would cover the following topics :
1. Creating measurements (Spec and Grading Measurements)
2. Creating designs
3. Accessories
4. Stitch detail (Including show stitches with suitable machines)

 
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