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Pattern-Making Workshop with Shingo Sato | Parsons School of Design

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Study Fashion Design and Marketing at the Parsons School of Fashion (http://www.newschool.edu/parsons/fashion-school) from Parsons The New School for Design. Parsons is a part of The New School, a university in New York City offering distinguished degree, certificate, and continuing education programs in art and design, liberal arts, management and policy, and the performing arts. Parsons 560 Fashion Blog | http://fashion.parsons.edu Fashion Design BFA | http://www.newschool.edu/parsons/bfa-fashion-design Fashion Design and Society MFA | http://www.newschool.edu/parsons/mfa-fashion-design-society Date: September 11, 2013
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Meenakshi chauhan (13 days ago)
How can o join your clases from india ..can you provide me any link
Linda Canu (2 months ago)
Thank you for sharing, I’m so impressed!
Alon Gold (4 months ago)
Nice.......so good tech
Poetry Anaiah Gondo S (6 months ago)
Amazing
fatemeh nourmohammadi (6 months ago)
Thank you for sharing this video . It was wonderful . thank you so mach🌺
Anne Mena (10 months ago)
best video on the internet! Thank you!
Michael Politakis (1 year ago)
Where did the seam allowance comes from at the bodice at the start? He didn’t add it... confused
Esme Delvalle (1 year ago)
Can anyone point me into the right direction to become familiar with his technique?
Nicolas Cerrutti (1 year ago)
yeah but he can't pronounce L and sometimes I get confused...
Hanen Abou Sada (1 year ago)
Outstanding Mr Sato!
Angeli A (1 year ago)
This is amazing! Please upload more workshops like this :)
Olya Pirogova (1 year ago)
Спасибо большущее ,это неописуемо интересно!!!
kanchan chouhan (1 year ago)
Can you pls help me with vertical body measurements for size 8,10,12 n 14.. Petit n misse, ready to wear garments...I don't have any body form with me
Talia Boyd (1 year ago)
Does he have a a book oh my can't stop watching
μοῖρα Lydløs (1 year ago)
Hey DESIGNERS who cant sew! It seems amazing and so easy, BUT what about keeping grainline and patterns and thinking about fabric usage?! THESE are very very important questions in fashion industry. With ONE piece pattern its impossible to solve these problems. Lot of your fabric will be useless. So its not so great.
Shahnaz angel (1 year ago)
I m in❤ wid u pattern making #Sato
Randolph Scott (1 year ago)
Freaking wow
buddy77587 (1 year ago)
I've seen some of your work on the runways and it is just a spectacular as you're teaching seminars
buddy77587 (1 year ago)
Fabulous
kanchan chouhan (1 year ago)
Mr.Sato,can you please suggest me steps to be followed while making pattern like truing the pattern, contouring ,dart manipulation etc...please help...thanks
Nina Pimenta (1 year ago)
You are the Best!!!
Couture Nomad (1 year ago)
You are sooooo good !
katrinlilothia (1 year ago)
Divinely! Brilliantly! Sumptuously Bravo, genius Mr. Sato-san! ありがとう、先生
Rachel DeLeeuw (1 year ago)
Are there any more videos like this?
Laura Volpintesta (1 year ago)
I took one of his workshops as a fashion faculty at Parsons and I couldn't get over his spirit and energy: not only were we working with heart motifs in so many of the designs but we were definitely working with heart as well- and that lesson was the most valuable, in addition to all of the technical magic. To me , it reminded me of what's possible when a designer takes the time to explore all on their own and develop their own techniques...... I can't tell you how inspired and I am and was by learning from Shingo Sato.
Aafreen Kadri (2 years ago)
wht fabric is required to make such patterns ???
Aafreen Kadri (2 years ago)
it don't get flat after ironing,??
titus shimaka (2 years ago)
Interested to learning
Taichientaoyin (2 years ago)
is this Burda?
Stefania Rossi (2 years ago)
bellissimo vorrei sapere se ci sono dei libri da aquistare
Aron Weldegebriel (2 years ago)
where is your address
Truddie Rose (2 years ago)
These are some of the professors maybe that's why, I recognized my sewing teacher. They were familiar with the technique even though that it is amazing, maybe they are more concerned with how they can I implement this into their classes?
Julio Cesar (2 years ago)
I think when you know how to drape the basic pattern on the mannequin you can fallow his technique so easily
roxane devonn (1 year ago)
if you make clothing the mannequin you buy have to be your size please tell me
sewcrazed (2 years ago)
STill don't understand how he adds seam allowances
Donakonda Creation (2 years ago)
wow excellent great explain thank you sir
amjad nel (2 years ago)
waoooo very beautiful amazing beautiful
Isabel Jimenez Gomez (2 years ago)
Por favor en español,,,, me e canta
Paravana Khalimova (2 years ago)
OMG Mr. Sato You are such a genius Woooow Woooooow👌👌👌👌👌👌👌👍👍👍👍👍👍
patsy graham (2 years ago)
im glad i come across your videos
ام مجودي (2 years ago)
ابداع معلم رائع وتعليم بسيط وممتع 😍
Yemisi Asogba (2 years ago)
Please do you have this school online thanks
Heather Smith (2 years ago)
I didn't know WHERE this was going as he hardly spoke and understandably so as I'm aware English isn't his first language and then when it got to the end i was just in Awe!
lizeth custodio (2 years ago)
excelent!!!
Thank you so much
Kim Bankston (2 years ago)
Does anyone know what type of muslin is used? It doesn't appear to fray and is very supple. Very nice.
Dee mg (1 year ago)
Kim Bankston - probably very late response, but I'm guessing its calico.
cindih1956 (2 years ago)
This has got to be the greatest pattern making video I have ever seen and I have seen a lot! Thank you for sharing!
T Araiza (2 years ago)
cindih1956 I agree... it's amazing
REER Activist (2 years ago)
GENIUS VISIONARY.
EuphemiaGrubb (2 years ago)
Can't help wondering at the reaction or non-reaction of the audience (students?) Are they seeing the same thing as me???
The audience are actually the school professors. Ive had class with a few of them. They had to pay attention as much as possible so they could pick something to teach us.
REER Activist (2 years ago)
I assume they were so in awe of the talent being displayed they didn't want to interrupt the flow of such ingenious demonstrations.
EuphemiaGrubb (2 years ago)
Mr Sato is so unassuming like all true geniuses. Thank you.
Serigne Touba KASSE (2 years ago)
dieureudieuf Mr
Playground Of Life (3 years ago)
what fabric is being used or is it a type of paper i cant tell???
REER Activist (2 years ago)
Yes, muslin.
Masey Rost (2 years ago)
It looks like muslin to me.
dhermohlab (3 years ago)
thank you for uploading this,,,interesting stuff for sure
Nancy Tranquilli (3 years ago)
;) ♥♥♥♥♥
erdinç cure (3 years ago)
The grand master Thank you
Hsosa zoz (3 years ago)
Wwwwwwwwawwwww روووووعه جدا جميل ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️😢
Annabelle Zuniga (3 years ago)
AMAZING!!!
lucky _ttc (3 years ago)
wa ! thanks for searching this video , it is so amazing . I hope that i can see more these videos
لينا سعيد (3 years ago)
شكرا
Jude Sevillo (3 years ago)
Such a very interesting technique!!! Thanks for this! :)
Gloria Garcia (2 years ago)
Jude Sevillo
vivian gao (3 years ago)
amazing!!
Gloria Garcia (2 years ago)
vivian gao
Chic Francisco (3 years ago)
Fine teaching. Para apreder como hacer patrones de costuras, visita mi chanel. :-)
Asteri ETERNAL (3 years ago)
Wow! Awesome class!!! <3
Amazing how he can think on the flat pattern. These are art pieces, for sure! I still believe that most of these pieces will be 'one of a kind'. The manipulation of the draping on the flat, with always be an interpretaton of the one doing the draping. Bravo, Shingo Sato!
REER Activist (2 years ago)
I agree completely. He is able to visualize in mutiple dimensions simultaneously. State of the Art technique and design.
corgisbutt (3 years ago)
thank you so much for uploading this!!! Mr. Sato is such a genius♡
3rdeye Brand (2 years ago)
Experience over 9000
manuel garcia (3 years ago)
excelente video es lo mejor que he visto en la red muy ilustrado.  muy lindas formas muy ponibles y faciles pero con gran elegancia veo rigor pefeccion en las formas
Mara Suarez (4 years ago)
gracias a youtube puedo compartir esta magnifica clase magistral
michelle olsen (4 years ago)
we just started doing this at my school. And I gotta say: THANK YOU YOUTUBE! Without you, I would never get stuff like this!
ghettoside21 (4 years ago)
Awesome awesome awesome !!!!! I just don't understand how could the classroom be so quiet , I'm amazed
Victoria Pero (4 years ago)
Magnificent. And such a gentle giant of a teacher. A joy to behold.
reneiz tar (4 years ago)
interesting.....I really wanna try this.
Eliane Klein (4 years ago)
amazing love it
Oscar Milano Mai (4 years ago)
No doubt, interesting techniques. However, I was wondering how this would transfer to pattern grading or is this for custom made only?
Oscar Milano Mai (4 years ago)
@ILEANA Fortruth haha, I would be confused aalso if having to grade such a complicated pattern. I guess making one for each size would increase price tremendously
Oscar Milano Mai (4 years ago)
@ILEANA Fortruth​, true, but from the ttheory of pattern grading, do you know that it is all the same when grading smaller and bigger sizes given the increment that is used.
Taylor Knighte (4 years ago)
I was thinking the exact same thing. Or even for mass production of these patterns. This would be more for custom made clothing. I couldn't imagine figuring out Cardinal points for these patterns. Lol
dorothy davis (5 years ago)
how long have you been sewing & designing to be at this level WOW AMAZING WORK:))) thnx for sharing 
dorothy davis (5 years ago)
you are a good teacher I'm enjoying this 
dorothy davis (5 years ago)
what do you call this when making different shapes in bodice sewing in sheer what is the name of this techinque 
dorothy davis (5 years ago)
wow I love the ruffle s shape on the bodice 

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