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In this episode, we take one more look at Francesca's original Indigo Robe pattern and make the adjustments detailed in the fitting session from Episode 7. We shorten the sleeves, widen the cuff, create a cross-over neckline, draft a smaller chevron panel on the back...
In this episode, we update our existing mood boards and fashion illustrations to display the textile prints that we created in the last episode. We also get Francesca's feedback on which design and print combination she prefers for her robe. We then start the pattern...
In this tutorial, we use the source imagery (lilies and palm fronds) created in the last episode, S1. EP5. to design and build a series of professional, full-repeat, digital prints in Adobe Photoshop.