Sewing machine, 3 yards of pant muslin, Sewing tools such as fabric scissors, thread, pins, tape measure, scotch tape, drafting paper, (this can be plotter paper available at Office Depot, Costco, Staples), rulers such as an Omnigrid, L square, curved, pencil, colored pencils, dual tracing wheel.
Kenneth D. King seeks to be the 21st Century's answer to Mariano Fortuny - fashion designer, sewist, author, and teacher. A couturier specializing in made-to-measure evening wear, accessories and furniture, Kenneth's works are in permanent collections at the Victoria and Albert in London, the L.A. County Museum of Art, and San Francisco's DeYoung Museum. His designs have been featured at upscaled boutiques in San Francisco, Dallas and Chicago and appeared on Elton John, Cloris Leachman, Don Johnson, and Geena Davis.
View Kenneth and his past work at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vy9APBybHFU.
Kenneth is a professor at F.I.T. (Fashion Institute of Technology) in New York and the Sewing and Design School. Kenneth won the Association of Sewing and Design Professionals' 2013 Lifetime Achievement Award. He is known for his articles in Threads Magazine, his books, CD books, TV show (�Sewing Today�), and "Jean-ius" an online class at www.craftys.com , as well as his excellent teaching skills and his dashing personal style. He teaches workshops in Moulage, a French method of drafting and constructing a body double and bodice, jacket and overcoat slopers, Sleeve Drafting, Trouser Drafting, Designer Techniques, Cloning your Favorite Garments, leather and fur construction techniques and countless other techniques.
Contact Kenneth directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.kennethdking.com