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also pattern maker  (păt′ərn-mā′kər)
A person, machine, or software program that makes patterns, as for sewing, carpentry, or industrial machinery.

pat′tern·mak′ing n.
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Noun1.patternmaker - someone who makes patterns (as for sewing or carpentry or metalworking)
maker, shaper - a person who makes things
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That also includes studies on patternmaking and sampling services.
We are extremely pleased for Townsend, his family and the patternmaking team," Bennion concluded.
Most recently, this has included adding modeling/process simulation, laser scanning and four industrial 3-D printers for tooling and patternmaking in the last year, along with a small induction furnace for research and development and prototyping.
These include A Guide to Fashion Sewing, The Art of Fashion Draping and Patternmaking Made Easy.
Combining glazes that run and patternmaking with attention to light and dark space, Hensley's work became more labor intensive with several stages required to produce a finished pot--throwing and trimming, incising designs, bisque firing, hand painting more designs, waxing over these designs, dipping glazes, more incising, waxing again, dipping again.
He also studied patternmaking and garment construction with one of the Italian fashion academies.
The first and only Fashion Institute in the Middle East, ESMOD Dubai is entirely dedicated to fashion, cementing itself as a worldwide education leader in fashion design and patternmaking for ready-to-wear, couture and haute couture.
Design: EFI Optitex 2D and 3D solutions enable selection and preparation of designs, including patternmaking and avatar draping in a Digital Showroom.
It's not something you normally learn in a patternmaking course.
Sew Happy includes visual step-by-step instructions and begins with a rundown of sewing basics--the tools you need, instructions for patternmaking, cutting and seaming--but this isn't a novice's primer.
The designers--Abigail Glaum-Lathbury, a professor who teaches patternmaking and design at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and video artist Maura Brewer--have developed more than 200 sizes using anthropometric data from NASA.
Students can earn a certificate in pet fashion after completing three weeks of study that includes patternmaking and pet fashion design.