Textiles for Fashion involves creative application of your fashion streak. It forms the major part of Fashion Design as it involves understanding every fabric, and choosing the right materials, pattern and surface decoration to enhance its richness. In this course, you will learn about the fibre-to-fabric life cycle, textile design, printing, tie &dye, batik techniques and embroidery.
With more than 10 years of work and teaching experience, Neena is considered to be a specialist in international retail.Vivacious and punctual, she identifies every student’s learning style and rate of comprehension, and tends to them individually.
With more than 5 years of work experience in Fashion Textile industry, Shwetha believes that Fashion starts with textiles and if you understand the basics, enhancing or making any garment is simple.
With more than 5 years of work experience in fabric painting and styling as well as a keen interest in Folk Paintings, she teaches students how to transform garments into beautiful works of art.
She takes her students through the incredible journey from fiber to fabric. From understanding the count of the fabric, to the processes of making fabric hardware, she is an expert on the subject. She goes by the mantra, “The difference between style and fashion is quality”.
Below is a list of materials required to successfully practice and complete Textiles for Fashion
Textiles for fashion is quite an interesting and challenging subject. It focuses on the science of fabrics, thereby enabling you to innovate newer and better kinds.
Textiles for Fashion course teaches you the creative application of your designs and ideas. It forms a major part of Fashion Design as it involves understanding every fabric, choosing the right fabric for your design, pattern and surface ornamentation to enhance the richness of the garment, etc. In this course, you will also learn to design and implement your vision by learning all about printing, tie & dye, batik technique and embroidery.
This course can be taken even by those who have never picked up a needle before. Our section on embroidery is well-structured, taking you from basic stitches to complex ones in a very interesting way. And the faculty is here to guide you at every step.
Yes, you can. But remember, by doing so you are letting go of an easy opportunity to learn complex techniques. Also, you must know that to be eligible for a certificate, you need to submit 75% of the total assignments.
As soon as you enrol in the course, we’ll send you a free starter kit to help you get started.