Let’s dig into how to construct a pattern! Today’s just the soft warm-up, so we will only concentrate on the basics. See it as an intro, and then practice on your technique for tomorrow’s next lecture!
Time for a new segment – Twelwe Days Of The C3 Blue Denim Jacket! During this segment we will look into how to actually make a jacket like this, from start, to end product.
The first day will be this project’s 25th day, and the last will be the 36th day (the last day of new combinations with the garments I currently have).
Chapter 1 – The Spring/Summer 2019 Collection progress.
Worked with our forthcoming 2019 summer collection today. As usual I have to remember to make some parts here and there, continuously, throughout the weeks and months to enable it to grow. Making it all in a “last minute” stress thingy won’t do, at all, simply because it’s way too much included into the project to be able to make it that way. We do try to plan as much as possible.
Two days left and I have to hurry! The new jacket needs to get ready for this project’s 25th day. No time to waste!
Here are some progress images of my work today. The jacket is made in the same denim material and stitching color as my B2 Jeans, so I will end up having a compleat set. Here you can also see a clear view of all the counter seams, both from front and behind.
So what about larger items then? Can they be hand-washed too? Yes of course! Let’s try it!
Chapter 1 – Washing denim.
Do remember that a machine-washer don’t necessarily wash garments better than you do. It’s all about that a machine can repeat in higher intensity, which not always is a good thing. Over-washing is a common problem with our day-to-day wear, which often wears out the garments far too quick. So with having said that, let’s start!