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@freesewing/pattern-info

2.1.9 • Public • Published

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What am I looking at? 🤔

This repository is our monorepo holding all our NPM packages.
This folder holds @freesewing/pattern-info

Information about available freesewing patterns

Included patterns

Blocks

Blocks or slopers are basic patterns shapes that you can extend into fully detailed patterns.

  • brian : A basic body block for menswear, and the basis for many of our menswear patterns.
  • bent : A version of brian with a two-part sleeve, and the and the basis of our menswear coat and jacket patterns.

Menswear

  • aaron : A tank top or A-shirt
  • bruce : Boxer briefs
  • carlton : A long coat, perfect for Sherlock Holmes cosplay
  • huey : A zip-up hoodie
  • hugo : A hooded sweatshirt with raglan sleeves
  • jaeger : A sportscoat
  • simon : A versatile button-down shirt
  • sven : A straightforward sweater
  • wahid : A classic waistcoat

Womenswear

  • cathrin : An underbust corset or waist trainer
  • tamiko : A zero-waste top

Accessories

Note: menswear/womenswear has nothing to do with gender

Freesewing is gender-neutral. When we use the terms menswear or womenswear we are not talking about clothes for men or women. It is merely a category of clothing much like accessories or shoes are categories.

The category gives you an idea what to expect, and is there to help you find things. It is not a limitation, or even a suggestion, of what you can or should wear or make.

Wear whatever you want, and be proud of the things you make.

Usage

This package has 2 exports:

  • patterns : (the default export) An object holding pattern constructors
  • patternList : An array of pattern names

About FreeSewing 💀

Where the world of makers and developers collide, that's where you'll find FreeSewing.

Our core library is a batteries-included toolbox for parametric design of sewing patterns. It's a modular system (check our list of plugins and getting started is as simple as:

npm init freesewing-pattern

The getting started section on freesewing.dev is a good entrypoint to our documentation, but you'll find a lot more there, including our API reference, as well as our turorial, and best practices.

If you're a maker, checkout freesewing.org where you can generate our sewing patterns adapted to your measurements.

Support FreeSewing: Become a patron 🥰

FreeSewing is an open source project run by a community, and financially supported by our patrons.

If you feel what we do is worthwhile, you too should become a patron.

Links 👩‍💻

License: MIT 🤓

© Joost De Cock.
See the license file for details.

Where to get help 🤯

Our chatroom on Gitter is the best place to ask questions, share your feedback, or just hang out.

If you want to report a problem, please create an issue.

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npm i @freesewing/pattern-info

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