To be a Wardrobe Stylist you must be creative and have your own original point of view of fashion. You need to be able to stand up and handle your job and be the expert, you need to be able to figure things out, and you need to be able to deduce every possible solution to do the wardrobe Stylist job correctly. You need to keep a level head and resolve things on time and on budget. You need to be able to handle stress.
While making a pattern, it is always important to remember to allow space for the seam, as you can’t sew right on the edge of the cut fabric or else it will fray. This is what is known as the seam allowance, seam allowance is the area between the stitching and edge of the fabric.On patterns the seam allowance is most often marked by a small notch which indicates how far from the edge the stitching line is to be sewn. On patterns for home use the seam allowances are sometimes unfortunately not marked on the pattern, leaving the sewer to rely on the make instructions.
Seam joins more than one pieces of fabric. All layers of fabric sewed together must have the same seam allowance, the raw edges must line up evenly to create an equal seam allowances on all of the pieces being joined.The basic principle of seaming is; two pieces of fabric are laid on top of each other and a needle and thread goes back and forth along a line, joining the two together.