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someone who makes patterns (as for sewing or carpentry or metalworking)

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The pattern maker first shapes the wood with a table saw, then uses lathes, mills, sanders and other woodworking machinery to complete the shape.
Malcolm works as a pattern maker for the car industry while Jayne is a monitoring officer with the local council.
I'm not greedy," stresses the pattern maker from Carrickfergus.
Pattern maker Corey Burns says Winnipeg received as an IGES file which was
The five Windows-compatible titles are Hallmark Connections Every day Greetings card application, Crayola Art coloring and drawing program, Stationery Store and Sticker & Label Store from DogByte Development, and Pattern Maker, a cross-stich program from HobbyWare.
Jack, of Norton, who worked as a pattern maker, set up the business, Jack Taylor Cycles, along with his two brothers, Ken and Norman in the mid 1940s, following the war.
He was a long-time pattern maker for Norton Company in the Machine Tool Division until its sale in the early 1970s.
Bob spent 30 years working as a pattern maker before he retired.
The latest items came from the house of an avid collector who was a seamstress and pattern maker.
David Brown started in 1860 as a gear pattern maker.
Hodson, a pattern maker by trade, admitted possessing the prohibited gun and also possessing a quantity of ammunition without a firearms certificate.
Trevor said: "We know that Ronald worked at Alfred Herbert in the pattern shop as a pattern maker until enlisting on July 17, 1939.
That is when Anita decided to tell its story and she dedicated it to her sister, Maisie Hordle, 68, from Brentwood, Essex, who worked as a pattern maker at Ramar from 1955 to 1961.
Once the designer and pattern maker have their perfect size pattern/garment of size 8, they then use a numerical system to create the schema of sizes, such as 2, 4, 6, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, etc.
Educated at Barry Boys' Comprehensive School, Mr Davies became an apprentice pattern maker at the John Williams Foundry in Cardiff during which time he won the National Apprentice Pattern Maker of the Year Award.