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#667 lemetailors

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Posted 23 January 2017 - 02:52 PM

Hello everyone,

My name is Paulo, I'm from Portugal.

I will start an online tailoring mtm business that is scheduled to start towards the end of the first quarter.
I want to sell shirts and shirts by measure, using the best fabrics, Scabal, H & S, Cerruti, Alumo, Monti, etc.
I also want accessories such as ties (Italian silk), shoes, belts, socks, etc.
All products will be made in portugal.
I have some doubts about the socks, whether customers prefer 100% Egyptian cotton socks or with 90% Egyptian cotton and 10% polyamide. This to give durability to the sock. But it will be better to open a topic.
I hope to learn and can also teach something in this forum.
Best Regards
Paulo

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Posted 26 February 2017 - 10:09 AM

Hi everyone,

 

I'm from Germany and used to dabble in computers and webdesign.

My great-grandfather was a men's tailor master, so it may as well be in the blood.

I'm going to start training as ladies tailor in summer, but I try to learn as much as possible before starting the training, partly because it really interests me but also because my work has to be exceptional to get a job as Schneider Geselle after the exams in 2019.

 

I found this forum through Hobbyschneiderin.net where it was recommended to someone who felt confused about the apparent lack of professional literature (in Germany)

 

I hope to learn a lot of things here. Actually I did already benefit from this forum, as I learned about the importance of a thimble, and trough the "instruction video" that I found a brilliant video on vimeo about how Dior works Haute Coture models.


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#669 Schneiderfrei

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Posted 26 February 2017 - 01:46 PM

As a Schneider Geselle, will you have to wear the amusing outfit?? :)


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Posted 28 February 2017 - 09:33 AM

As a Schneider Geselle, will you have to wear the amusing outfit?? :)

 

Hihi, no I won't. I'm not going on the "Walz", as I have a family and a toddler to care for.

 

The prerequisite for going on the Walz are 1. being single 2. have no children 3. be free from debt. (some age restrictions may apply too)

It would have been fun though... If I was any younger and single.

 

Wearing the red vest and trousers, and a black hat could be très chic :) Maybe I will make an attempt to replicate some features of the "uniform" in silk for my Meisterprüfung. Getting pictures in my head now, I will make a sketch right now.

 

My great grandfather did go out for 3 and a half years to learn all he could from everywhere. Imitating him to some extend, I will run around in circles at home and go far and wide online.

 

 

Tailor Journeyman's clothing:

Color: wine red. Hat: Black

The jacket, like the vest, is decorated with mother-of-pearl buttons.

The three shining discs on the cuff stand for the three years, which they are on the journey.

The six on the jacket for the six working days,

The eight-hour day is marked by the eight buttons on the waistcoat.

Like all the other journeymen they wear flared guild pants.


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Posted 06 March 2017 - 07:03 AM

Hello everyone
I'm Simone from Switzerland and very thankful to have found this forum. I'm new to tailoring and this forum shines like pure gold in the world wide web. Thanks to all, who had contributed. I learned a lot from the posts already. And I’m looking forward to read and learn more.
Best regards
Simone

 


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#672 Ash Zrl

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Posted 07 March 2017 - 01:27 PM

Hi friends!

My name is Ash and I am a designer turned a Tailor bcos I think creating a Jacket is more cool than sketching one.

I am from Kathmandu, Nepal and learning coat pattern making & construction here in New York. I came to know about this forum and feel super great to be a part of it as it has immense knowledge and information flowing here. Its an ocean!

Keep the good things coming and congrats to Sator for successfully running this form.

Cheers!

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Posted 07 March 2017 - 01:28 PM

Hi friends!

My name is Ash and I am a designer turned a Tailor bcos I think creating a Jacket is more cool than sketching one.

I am from Kathmandu, Nepal and learning coat pattern making & construction here in New York. I came to know about this forum and feel super great to be a part of it as it has immense knowledge and information flowing here. Its an ocean!

Keep the good things coming and congrats to Sator for successfully running this form.

Cheers!

a
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#674 Eviers

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Posted 15 March 2017 - 04:45 AM

Hello my name is Eviers Innocent I reside Westchester New York. I am a young man looking to one day become a grate garment maker, but as of now I am at an absolute beginner and will appreciate any readings, advice, or anything that will help me learn the basics and give me a solid foundation to start off with. I like the posting rules of this forum, it makes for very educational environment. Also I am open to work as an apprentice/intern at no pay anywhere in the New York tristate area. 

Glad I found this forum.



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Posted 18 March 2017 - 05:14 AM

Hello I am new to cutter and tailor and wanted to thank you to be a part of the community. I have read books on this site that has really expanded my knowledge but I have questions and want to be able to interact with everyone and my first question is, how do I interpret the overlapping on patterns and how do I work around them or in general how do I work with them. Do I trace them? Cut them? Cut around them? Any feedback?
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#676 Schneiderfrei

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Posted 18 March 2017 - 11:40 AM

If the outlines of a garment part overlap on the paper draft you are meant to copy out each part separately to pattern pieces.


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