• Freelance Creative Pattern Cutter

    Job Locations UK-London
    Job ID
    2018-2344
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Pattern Cutting
    Salary
    £ In line with experience + benefits
    Type
    Freelance
  • Overview

    As Freelance Creative Pattern Cutter, you will be responsible for creating flat patterns working from the designer’s sketch for a luxury mens and womenswear collection for this reknowned designer. The role requires a minimum of 4 years’ experience in contemporary or luxury fashion with the ability to work with sustainable and/or ethical technical and engineered fabrics encompassing denim and cottons and on architectural shapes for an inspiring modern yet commercial elevated multi-product collection with emphasis on achieving the highest standards of finish and craftsmanship.

    Responsibilities

    • Creation of accurate first patterns working from designer sketch or toile, carrying out amendments through to final sample.
    • Produce accurate and clean patterns working closely with the creative director.
    • Demonstrate excellent technical knowledge in garment construction and garment finishing techniques.
    • Liaise with the product development.
    • Ensure clear and effective written and verbal communication with design.
    • Create thorough construction details for each pattern.
    • Accurately cost and calculate fabric consumption.

    Qualifications

    • Creative Pattern Cutter with at least 4 years’ experience working in contemporary or luxury fashion.
    • Expertise in architectural shapes and in working with cotton, denim and engineered fabrics.
    • Strong technical knowledge of garment construction and garment finishing techniques.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
    • Proficiency in producing accurate costings and fabric consumptions.
    • Ability to work well under pressure.
    • Positive and flexible team player.

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