Learn how to design your own made-to-measure collars to fit any pattern
Learn how to add cowls to the neckline or back of a garment
Find out about the types of interfacing to use for different styles and fabrics
An eye catching neckline can transform the look of an otherwise simple garment with just a few added steps. Whether you are sewing coats, jackets, or everyday tops, a stylish collar adorning the neckline of a garment adds a sophisticated finish. For a softer feel, flatter the bustline with a fluid, feminine cowl neck. In this webinar, you’ll learn how to draft a variety of collar styles, as well as drafting cowl necklines of varying depths. You’ll even learn how to modify the new BurdaStyle Dress sloper to make your own basic jacket foundation. This web seminar comes just in time for fall, the perfect season for showing off your chic new jackets and tops!
Alana Walsh is a fashion design graduate and the Assistant Editor of BurdaStyle US Magazine. A long-time sewer and fashion enthusiast, Alana has worked in costume design for theatre and film; designed uniforms for sports teams; and started her own line of made-to-measure knitwear designs. Alana’s diverse experience in the fashion industry has given her unique insight into patternmaking and design, which she is excited to share with the BurdaStyle community!
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