A FreeSewing pattern for Sherlock Holmes cosplay; Or just a nice long coat
This repository is the FreeSewing monorepo holding all FreeSewing's websites, documentation, designs, plugins, and other NPM packages.
This folder holds: @freesewing/carlita
If you're not entirely sure what to do or how to start, type this command:
npm run tips
If you don't want to set up a dev environment, you can run it in your browser:
We recommend that you fork our repository and then put
gitpod.io/#<entire-url-of-your-forkinto a browser to start up a browser-based dev environment of your own.
Where the world of makers and developers collide, that's where you'll find FreeSewing.
If you're a maker, checkout freesewing.org where you can generate sewing patterns adapted to your measurements.
If you're a developer, the FreeSewing documentation lives at freesewing.dev. The FreeSewing core library is a batteries-included toolbox for parametric design of sewing patterns. But FreeSewing also provides a range of plugins that further extend the functionality of the platform.
If you have NodeJS installed, you can try it right now by running:
Getting started guides are available for:
The pattern design tutorial will show you how to create your first parametric design.
FreeSewing is an open source project maintained by Joost De Cock and financially supported by the FreeSewing patrons.
If you feel FreeSewing is worthwhile, and you can spend a few coind without hardship, then you should join us and become a patron.
- 💻 Makers website: FreeSewing.org
- 💻 Developers website: FreeSewing.dev
- ✅ Support, Issues & Discussions on GitHub
Places the FreeSewing community hangs out