This course is designed to provide competencies in various components of garments which are essential to enable students fabricate various components of fashion. Students are expected to fabricate garments for kids, adolescents and adults as per the layouts and specifications. It also focuses on intermediate and advanced garment construction, with emphasis on tailoring, fitting, formalwear techniques, and creating sustainable fashion of African and Western Clothing. It introduces students to contemporary manufacturing, finishing processes, and emerging trends in apparel production.
Course also provides practical analysis of the basic components of textiles and their relationship to performance. Students are to examine the characteristics of fibers, yarns, methods of fabric construction, such as weaving and knitting, and survey dyes, prints, and finishes. Emphasis is placed on performance and the determination of fabric suitability in the apparel design industry.
Quality Controllers in Fashion industry, Production managers, Pattern maker, Self employed
in garment industry and many more.
- Basic Pattern Drafting & Sewing Techniques
- Fabric Science
- Garment Construction
- Introduction to Computers
- Flat Pattern Making
- Garment Manufacturing Technology
- Computer Pattern Drafting and Grading
- Apparel Production & Quality Control