Moulage Part 2: Using Your Slopers

Fiber Arts

Moulage Part 2: Using Your Slopers

Learn how to adapt your moulage to any pattern.


Tuition Assistance and Other Policies

Meeting Times
  1. Sat, 4/20/2024 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  2. Sun, 4/21/2024 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Sat, 4/20/2024 - Sun, 4/21/2024


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Class, Has Prerequisite

Fiber Arts Studio



Learn how to use the sloper you made in Kenneth D. King's moulage class from an expert from the Sewing and Design School in Tacoma. You'll learn how to adapt all your commercial patterns to finally fit you perfectly! Bring your master sloper to this class, along with any patterns you want to adapt to it.


You need to bring:

  • Your slopers and the commercial patterns you wish to alter. The patterns should be close to your size and simple in design.
  • Muslin (3 yards or as much as you need for your patterns)
  • A sewing machines and supplies (or reserve a BARN machine when you register for this course)


Class Policies

  • Ages 14 and up are welcome.
  • Bring a sack lunch both days. A refrigerator and microwave are available on the lower level.

BARN Policies

  • View BARN's Cancellation and Refund Policy.
  • Tuition Assistance is available. Fill out the application before registering.
  • BARN is committed to accessibility. We try to make accommodations when requested; the earlier you contact us, the more likely we can help. Please email to find out more or request an accommodation.
  • Sensory Statement: Makerspaces like BARN can be noisy and cluttered, smell strongly, and have bright or flickering lights.

Instructors or Guides

Ryliss Bod
Sewing, Pattern Making

Ryliss is the director and head instructor at the Sewing and Design School in Tacoma. She has extensive experience teaching fashion construction and design at Washington State Technical Colleges. She has taught courses for both continuing education and career training in all levels of sewing, home decor, and fashion accessory construction; fashion design; fitting and pattern alterations; pattern making; textiles; and fashion and quilting history. She has developed workshops and fashion shows throughout her career.
She received a teaching degree and studied art, clothing construction, and textiles at Central Washington University. She studied pattern-making and CAD through Gerber Technology, fashion design at the Paris Fashion Institute, and pattern-making and construction techniques from Kenneth D. King and countless others.

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