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69 Melville Rd

Melville Rd

Sandton

2196

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.1217

28.046

Paper patterns - fashion

Paper pattern is one of the important pattern making supplies every tailor requires. Pattern paper is available in a wide range of shapes, colours and sizes. The most common colour being khaki, whilst there is a wide range of colour variance the most important factor is to choose the paper that will allow one to make tracings and markings.

When choosing paper for pattern making it is essential to first consider if it is to be used for mock ups or the actual pattern making. Different kinds of paper offer have different properties and thus provide varying services. Pattern paper is available in different qualities of varying rankings, low quality paper is often used for trials and high quality paper is used for actual patterns that are meant to last several years. Quality paper pattern allows one to pin all the pieces together and fit on the pattern.

Heavy brown paper is suitable for use if the pattern maker is to store their pattern without folding them, probably by hanging them or laying them on a surface. Whilst this type of paper offers various benefits such as strength and durability it is difficult to move around with patterns made of this paper as folding messes the pattern paper.
One other aspect to consider when choosing a pattern paper is the tools one uses on the paper. Thick papers require sharp tracers that will prick through it easily to make the pattern desired.

Paper patterns make it easier for tailors to make patterns for products to be sewn. To find out more about paper patterns – fashion, browse our Yellow Pages listings.

Paper patterns - fashion

Paper pattern is one of the important pattern making supplies every tailor requires. Pattern paper is available in a wide range of shapes, colours and sizes. The most common colour being khaki, whilst there is a wide range of colour variance the most important factor is to choose the paper that will allow one to make tracings and markings.

When choosing paper for pattern making it is essential to first consider if it is to be used for mock ups or the actual pattern making. Different kinds of paper offer have different properties and thus provide varying services. Pattern paper is available in different qualities of varying rankings, low quality paper is often used for trials and high quality paper is used for actual patterns that are meant to last several years. Quality paper pattern allows one to pin all the pieces together and fit on the pattern.

Heavy brown paper is suitable for use if the pattern maker is to store their pattern without folding them, probably by hanging them or laying them on a surface. Whilst this type of paper offers various benefits such as strength and durability it is difficult to move around with patterns made of this paper as folding messes the pattern paper.
One other aspect to consider when choosing a pattern paper is the tools one uses on the paper. Thick papers require sharp tracers that will prick through it easily to make the pattern desired.

Paper patterns make it easier for tailors to make patterns for products to be sewn. To find out more about paper patterns – fashion, browse our Yellow Pages listings.

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