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Quilted Down Effect Using Brushes & Patterns in Illustrator Tutorial by {Sew Heidi}

Quilted Down Effect Using Brushes & Patterns in Illustrator


This video tutorial will show you how to create a pattern brush in Illustrator to emulate quilting or subtle gathers on your fashion flats. It’s a great way to show puckering along seams that you get with down garments, ruching or ruffles.

First, get the free quilting pattern brush:
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Next, follow along with the video and learn:

  • Why to create your quilting as a pattern brush or repeating pattern swatch (0:13)
  • How to create quilted effect as a pattern brush (0:43)
  • How to apply a pattern brush to your fashion flat sketch (1:20)
  • How to change the size of a pattern brush (1:38)
  • How to create a repeating pattern swatch of a quilted effect (2:40)
  • How to apply the pattern swatch to your flat sketch (3:44)
  • How to change the scale of the pattern inside your garment (3:55)
  • How to rotate a pattern swatch inside your sketch (4:30)
  • How to rotate (scale or move) a pattern with a keyboard shortcut (5:00)
  • How to rotate the pattern in perfect 45 degree increments with a keyboard shortcut (5:45)


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