I am your hostess and editor, Kathleen Fasanella. With the exception of the occasional guest post, I write nearly all of the content on Hi I’m a pattern maker and writer of apparel industry topics, pattern fit, sizing and author of a book listed here on amazon. If you share any of my interests, feel. : The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Sewn Product Manufacturing ( ): Kathleen Fasanella: Books.
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I am also disabled, diagnosed with Autism but am functional enough to have become successful by my own measure. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. We are so excited to share her story with the design community! Notify me of new posts by email.
It is highly technical, requiring absolute precision and a thick skin, but the pay is good -better than that of fashion designers. In the apparel industry, living in New Mexico means being on the periphery and not being taken seriously -tragically- mostly by New Mexicans themselves. The BCs are a dynamic, immersive educational opportunity to experience what fasxnella on the factory floor.
Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. The idea fermented for years until I had the financial and practical means to do something about it. If you would like to learn more about her blog Fashion-Incubator or about her Manufacturing Boot Campsplease click on the links.
My circumstances were more challenging than usual disadvantaged so I was never able to finish school. He is our Project Manager he is an electrical engineer and program manager at a solar cell plant. Learn more at Author Central.
Local Women in Design: Kathleen Fasanella
In four days, we bring together 30 people from across the world into our factory, to cut and sew products that are then donated to needy New Mexicans.
It benefits practitioners who no longer have opportunities to learn while working in factories.
It also benefits designers who wish to start or improve their businesses. We asked Kathleen Fasanella, a notable leader in the local fashion industry 5 questions in order to get to know her better.
I did study apparel engineering for 3 semesters El Fasanwlla College in Dallas TX and then later went on to study economics economic development at the University of Texas -Austin.
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The manufacturing boot camps satisfy both goals -training and public service. What is your design inspiration? We had sewing plants all over the state.
When I katleen college, I worked as a Spanish language translator in the federal court system Dallas, immigration court and waited tables. Last fall, we cut and sewed heavy, lined winter coats for children.
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