Pattern Cutting - step-by-step patterns for footwear by Frank Jones
"Pattern Cutting" is an update and replacement of the "Pattern Cutter’s Handbook" a standard text
in many college and university footwear courses. It is in use in the Americas, Asia as well as Europe and the UK. And is the text book I favor while teaching my footwear classes at F.I.T. This new book covers everything in the earlier book, and more. There are new chapters covering more shoe styles, bottom
patterns, an extended chapter on grading, and another dealing with more advanced pattern problems such as the bellows-tongues.
Twelve basic footwear types covered in this new book include trainers, basketball boots and an aerobic shoe. Each has a devoted chapter, step by step guide and illustrations of patternmaking steps. Written so the reader can produce the best workable pattern the first time, and the patterns have been thoroughly tested by course participants in the UK as well as similar courses run overseas.
1) Footwear specialists including designers, line builders, buyers, quality controllers, and others seeking a practical
understanding of the production and engineering involved in footwear manufacturing, .
This book is written in plain language with a drawing for almost every step, it can be followed with limited shoemaking knowledge.
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