Learn to begin designing your own personal creations with Pattern Making and Garment Creation. It doesn’t matter if you’ve never picked up a needle before; we’ll equip you with the skills required to make and alter clothes, online. The course will nurture your creativity, and help you design Indian garments such as salwars, kurtas, saree, blouses and more.
With more than 10 years of work experience as a fashion designer, fashion educationist and participant of the International IT Exhibition, Lalitha helps students find their way in a complex world of weaves, textures, patterns, fabrics and colours.
With more than 5 years of experience in Fashion Designing and Garment Construction, Mahesh specialises in teaching students the art of making garments, draping and wardrobe recycling.
With more than 12 years of work experience as a Fashion Designer and Boutique Owner, Sally considers Fashion to be the niche of her creative ideas and puts them into tactile material.
Below is a list of materials required to successfully practice and complete Garment Creation (Indian)
We start from the beginning – from the first stitch, to the last. So, you don’t really need much experience. However, some knowledge will always be useful.
For easy understanding of Garment Construction, we teach not just how to measure, but also how to draft, cut and stitch. Our aim is to help you become an expert in your craft.
Yes. Drafting, cutting and stitching, each have their own separate sections and assignments.
Our methodology ensures that you learn the craft of constructing various garments in the best manner possible. Pattern Making & Garment Creation course helps you learn from simple to complex methods in a short time. However, it is your dedication and focus that will determine your success in becoming an entrepreneur.
Pattern drafting lays the basic foundation for the creation of all garments. The way the draft pattern of a Western garment is manipulated and shaped is quite different from that of Indian garments. Even the cutting and stitching style of Western and Indian garments vary.