By John C Bertoletti
You put on outfits on a daily basis, yet have you learnt of ways a lot math is fascinated about growing the clothes you set on? How model Designers Use Math colorfully illustrates how designers use math to degree, create, and convey their fashions.
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New York: Harcourt Paperbacks, 2000. Muehlenhardt, Amy Bailey. Drawing and Learning about Fashion. : Picture Window Books, 2005. Stalder, Erika, and Ariel Kreitzman. Fashion 101: A Crash Course in Clothing. San Francisco: Orange Avenue Publishing, 2008. S. htm Key Internet search terms: fashion, fashion design, sewing 31 Index Buttons 24, 25 Buying of fabric 14–15, 24, 25 Coats 15, 19 Collars 9, 16, 19 Colors 4, 6, 12, 28 Computers 8 Congruent figures 10–11, 12–13 Cost of clothing 4, 5, 27 Creativity 6, 28 Cuffs 19 Displaying designs 21 Drawings 7, 8–9 Dresses 4, 5, 10, 20 Education of designers 28 Fabric 4, 12–13, 14 Fashion shows 20–23 Flip (pattern) 13 Food and drinks 22–23 Fractions 18–19, 28 Hem 17 Jackets 24 Jeans 6, 25 Length calculations 15, 17, 18 Line symmetry 10, 11 Making clothes 4, 5, 24–25, 26–27 Measurements 16–17, 18 Measuring tape 16, 17 Models 20, 21 Patterns 7, 12–13 Popularity of clothes 6, 7 Profit calculation 4, 5 Prototype making 14–15, 18, 19 Qualities of designers 6, 28 Role of designers 4 Runway (fashion show) 20, 21 Selling of clothing 4–5, 20 Sewing of clothing 5, 27 Shapes, use of 8–9, 10, 11 Shirts 7, 9, 10, 16, 17 Shoppers 4, 6 Sketches and sketching 8–9, 12 Skills of designers 28 Skirts 11, 16, 18 Slide (pattern) 13 Store owners 24, 26 Tailors 26–27 Tessellations 12–13 Thread 5, 24, 25 Types of fabric 12, 24, 25 Waistband 17 About the Author 32 John C.
Tailor––A person who makes or repairs clothing. parallel lines—Lines that never cross. They are always the same distance apart. tessellation—A repeating pattern made from congruent figures. There are no gaps between the figures, and the figures do not overlap one another. pattern—A repeating set of objects or numbers. waistband—A piece of fabric on an article of clothing that goes around the waist. To Learn More Read these books: Hantman, Clea. I Wanna Make My Own Clothes. New York: Aladdin, 2006.
Models––The men and women who walk down a runway wearing new fashion designs to show them to customers. 30 profit—The amount of money a business has left over after it pays all of its expenses. prototype––A sample or a model of something, such as a clothing design that is made of fabric. right angle—An angle equal to 90˚. sketch––A simple drawing. tailor––A person who makes or repairs clothing. parallel lines—Lines that never cross. They are always the same distance apart. tessellation—A repeating pattern made from congruent figures.