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TRIV Tragewanne
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Mit der kuschelig gemütlichen Babywanne kannst Du Deinen Nuna TRIV Kinderwagen ab Geburt nutzen. Dank Dream Drape und schützendem Verdeck schläft es sich auch bei Stadtlärm völlig ungestört. Tragewanne TRIV von Nuna inkl. Winddecke, Verdeck, Dream Drape, Matratze mit Bezug passend für Kinderwagen Nuna TRIV geeignet ab Geburt belastbar bis 9 kg (max. 68,5 cm Körpergröße) Gewicht: 2,8 kg Maße: Liegefläche ca. 73(L) x 30(B) cm, Faltmaß 87(L) x 43,5(B) x 16(H) cm flach zusammenklappbar, rutschsichere Füße, Geheimfach für Wertsachen, verstellbares Verdeck (UV-Schutz 50+) mit Sicht-/Belüftungsfenster aus Mesh, Tragegriff mit Leatherette-Akzent, abnehm- und waschbare Winddecke mit Magnetverschluss, abnehm- und waschbarer Matratzenbezug Mit nur einem Klick ist die Tragewanne auf dem Gestell Deines Nuna TRIV sicher befestigt. Mit ihrer weichen Matratzen und ihrer weichen Innenpolsterung bietet sie Deinem Baby einen gemütlichen Platz zum Schlafen und Entspannen. Pflegeleicht: Der Matratzenbezug kann leicht abgenommen und in der Maschine gereinigt werden. Das Verdeck schützt Dein Baby zuverlässig vor Sonne, Wind und Feuchtigkeit. Es ist verstellbar und mit einem Sichtfenster versehen. Letzteres ist aus Mesh gefertigt, sodass es gleichzeitig auch für eine gute Belüftung sorgt. Das Dream Drape - eine zusätzliche Stoffbahn - lässt sich außerdem vom Verdeck in Richtung Wanne spannen. So hat Dein Nachwuchs einen geschützten und geborgenen Rückzugsort, an dem es ungestört schlafen kann. Die Winddecke ist ein praktisches Plus bei kühleren Temperaturen. Sie ist dank Magnetverschluss leicht abnehmbar und kann sogar in der Maschine gewaschen werden. Durchdachte Details: Ein verstecktes Geheimfach bietet Platz für Deine Wertsachen. Mit ihrem geringen Gewicht von 2,8 Kilogramm kannst Du die Wanne auch bequem in der Hand tragen. Hierbei ist der ins Verdeck integrierte Tragegriff behilflich. Rutschsichere Füße halten die Babywanne sauber, wenn Du sie...

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Stand: 14.08.2020
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How to Create Manga: Drawing Clothing and Acces...
9,22 € *
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Dress up your drawings any way you like using this complete all-in-one style guide! Have you ever struggled to get the drape of a dress or the look of a jacket just right? Maybe you've mastered the human form but your drawings lack a sense of fashion? Or perhaps you're a budding fashionista who loves decking your characters out in elegant, outrageous or cutting-edge outfits? No matter how you wish to clothe your creations, in traditional togs or casual fashions, How to Create Manga: Drawing Clothing and Accessories is the perfect tutorial for you! Fashion meets form in this essential style guide to dressing up your drawings. Drape your manga creations in the wardrobe of your dreams, while learning techniques and tips used by professional illustrators to realistically draw clothing and accessories of all types—from blouses and T-shirts to button downs, sweaters, coats, pants, skirts and shorts. And what about the accessories? Boots, belts, shoes and sandals are all included as well, along with detailed coverage of satchels, purses and backpacks. How to Create Manga: Drawing Clothing and Accessories is the fashion bible used by manga artists in Japan. It presents more than 900 drawings by twelve accomplished illustrators, covering a broad range of fashions. Detailed, in-depth instructionals show you how to render not just the garments themselves, but the folds, creases and wrinkles that give them a sense of realism and movement. Other books in the series include How to Create Manga: Drawing Facial Expressions, How to Create Manga: Drawing the Human Body and How to Create Manga: Drawing Action Scenes and Characters.

Anbieter: buecher
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Sewing Shirts with a Perfect Fit
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Do you long to get a perfect fit when sewing your own shirts and blouses? In Sewing Shirts with a Perfect Fit, author, teacher, and shirt-sewing expert David Page Coffin shows how you can easily transform the patterns included with the book into three different customized basic shirt silhouettes. Learn to work with any body shape for men or women to achieve unique, personalized, and well-fitted basic shirt patterns for yourself or anyone else. The book includes detailed explanations of essential techniques; clear, step-by-step photos; and basic patterns for sizes XXXS to XXXL that are included in a pocket behind the front cover. Discover unique fitting options for shirts and learn how to drape fabrics to create a wrinkle-free garment. With these techniques, you’ll understand how to get a great fit with almost no measuring for any and all body types, including plus-size and athletic figures.  Using his couture-inspired draping methods on both standard and custom-shaped body forms (with great tips on how to make your own form), David then demonstrates how to adjust shoulder and side seams, necklines, sleeves, and armholes, and add darts or new seams to achieve the fit you want for each silhouette: loose, fitted, or tight. Once you've covered the fundamental concepts and techniques, put your knowledge into practice with the four distinctive, original step-by-step shirt design and construction projects. These projects offer a variety of classic shirt, shirt-jacket, and dress shirt styles you can make and perfectly fit with the included patterns. In this book you’ll also learn: Correct ways to drape patterns in different fabrics for a great fit. How to make a denim Western shirt with sleeve plackets and snaps. Construction tips that will make your garments look more professional. How to create a fitted wrapped shirtdress that can be any length. Ways to position and reshape a yoke. Sewing Shirts with a Perfect Fit will give you the skills you need to get the right fit every time!  

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 14.08.2020
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Draping Period Costumes: Classical Greek to Vic...
40,90 CHF *
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One way of creating a theatrical costume is called flat patterning. This is when a costume designer uses a pattern made to the wearer's measurements to cut out and sew together a costume. In many cases flat patterning is the more appropriate method for creating a period costume - skirts, pants, and sleeves, for example. However, working in two-dimensions often does not translate correctly onto a three-dimensional dress form or person. Often a designer will need to tweak style lines on a garment once they see it worn, or a costume will need a quick adjustment right before going on stage. In those cases, designers need to know how to correctly drape a costume. Draping is also the best way to construct a period costume right from the start. The construction of garments in earlier centuries often constricted movement, especially in the area of the armhole. The very different size and proportions of contemporary people compared to those in previous centuries makes the use of period patterns difficult. A well-draped garment can give the impression of period accuracy while permitting the wearer greater freedom of movement. Having a mock-up pinned to the form in its early stages is quicker and easier to adapt than drafting a flat pattern, cutting it out of muslin and sewing it. It also provides the opportunity for greater creativity and adaptation as well as a better understanding of what fabric will and won't do.In Draping Period Costumes, Sharon Sobel explains in step-by-step detail the basics of draping and demonstrates the use of those basic skills in the creation of a representative selection of period costumes from a variety of time periods. Chapters are broken into time periods and have two parts: an analysis of how clothing was made and worn during that specific time period, and detailed instruction on draping techniques to construct the costume. Copiously illustrated, images allow this visual audience to easily follow along with detailed instructions.A part of the Costume Topics series, this book will be 256 pages, a snazzy 8.25 x 7.5 trim size, and spiral bound-a format consistently requested by our audience so that they can lay the book flat while working from it.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 14.08.2020
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Sewing Shirts with a Perfect Fit
22,99 € *
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Do you long to get a perfect fit when sewing your own shirts and blouses? In Sewing Shirts with a Perfect Fit, author, teacher, and shirt-sewing expert David Page Coffin shows how you can easily transform the patterns included with the book into three different customized basic shirt silhouettes. Learn to work with any body shape for men or women to achieve unique, personalized, and well-fitted basic shirt patterns for yourself or anyone else. The book includes detailed explanations of essential techniques; clear, step-by-step photos; and basic patterns for sizes XXXS to XXXL that are included in a pocket behind the front cover. Discover unique fitting options for shirts and learn how to drape fabrics to create a wrinkle-free garment. With these techniques, you’ll understand how to get a great fit with almost no measuring for any and all body types, including plus-size and athletic figures.  Using his couture-inspired draping methods on both standard and custom-shaped body forms (with great tips on how to make your own form), David then demonstrates how to adjust shoulder and side seams, necklines, sleeves, and armholes, and add darts or new seams to achieve the fit you want for each silhouette: loose, fitted, or tight. Once you've covered the fundamental concepts and techniques, put your knowledge into practice with the four distinctive, original step-by-step shirt design and construction projects. These projects offer a variety of classic shirt, shirt-jacket, and dress shirt styles you can make and perfectly fit with the included patterns. In this book you’ll also learn: Correct ways to drape patterns in different fabrics for a great fit. How to make a denim Western shirt with sleeve plackets and snaps. Construction tips that will make your garments look more professional. How to create a fitted wrapped shirtdress that can be any length. Ways to position and reshape a yoke. Sewing Shirts with a Perfect Fit will give you the skills you need to get the right fit every time!  

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 14.08.2020
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Draping Period Costumes: Classical Greek to Vic...
34,99 € *
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One way of creating a theatrical costume is called flat patterning. This is when a costume designer uses a pattern made to the wearer's measurements to cut out and sew together a costume. In many cases flat patterning is the more appropriate method for creating a period costume - skirts, pants, and sleeves, for example. However, working in two-dimensions often does not translate correctly onto a three-dimensional dress form or person. Often a designer will need to tweak style lines on a garment once they see it worn, or a costume will need a quick adjustment right before going on stage. In those cases, designers need to know how to correctly drape a costume. Draping is also the best way to construct a period costume right from the start. The construction of garments in earlier centuries often constricted movement, especially in the area of the armhole. The very different size and proportions of contemporary people compared to those in previous centuries makes the use of period patterns difficult. A well-draped garment can give the impression of period accuracy while permitting the wearer greater freedom of movement. Having a mock-up pinned to the form in its early stages is quicker and easier to adapt than drafting a flat pattern, cutting it out of muslin and sewing it. It also provides the opportunity for greater creativity and adaptation as well as a better understanding of what fabric will and won't do.In Draping Period Costumes, Sharon Sobel explains in step-by-step detail the basics of draping and demonstrates the use of those basic skills in the creation of a representative selection of period costumes from a variety of time periods. Chapters are broken into time periods and have two parts: an analysis of how clothing was made and worn during that specific time period, and detailed instruction on draping techniques to construct the costume. Copiously illustrated, images allow this visual audience to easily follow along with detailed instructions.A part of the Costume Topics series, this book will be 256 pages, a snazzy 8.25 x 7.5 trim size, and spiral bound-a format consistently requested by our audience so that they can lay the book flat while working from it.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 14.08.2020
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