When designing or crafting is a group effort, there always seems to be the unsung hero. A behind the scenes guy that only the relevant few know about. I found myself awe struck by the pattern makers at the Carlisle design facility. They quietly cipher a design, engineer it, coax it, manage it. The end game is a garment that actually works on your body. It fits, bends, moves and stretches. Repeats in the fabric are managed, pattern pieces are laid out keeping economy, fit and beauty in mind… Most pattern makers have a design back story of their own. They come from a family of tailors or they obsessively made doll clothes as a child.
Here's a video of the Carlisle / Per Se pattern makers at work.
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