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Fabric Origami

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The simplest garments are those with no cutting and sewing at all and minimalist fashion is becoming increasingly popular. So how can large pieces of fabric form to the body and function as a wearable garment? In many cultures, large geometric shapes are draped, folded and tucked directly on the body to create a garment, such as the traditional Japanese Kimono, the Indian Sari or the traditional Mexican Poncho. Similar to origami, students will drape, tuck and fold large shapes in creative and innovative ways to create unique shapes that will be turned into a garment. Students will be provided instruction on draping and folding techniques to obtain the desired shapes. Students are encouraged to use minimal cutting, creating less fabric waste.

Prerequisites: Beginning/intermediate sewing

Program Type: 
Fibers
Instructor: 
Start Date: 
Sunday, February 25, 2018
End Date: 
Sunday, February 25, 2018
Day: 
Sun
Time: 
9:00am - 5:00pm (Sun)
No Class Dates: 
Total Price: 
$158.00
Fee Code: 
TUITION
Amount: 
$110.00
Fee Code: 
STUDIO FEE FT
Amount: 
$48.00
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