Fashion Design for Beginners
- Call Student Services on 01539 814700 for information.
- 18:00 - 21:00
Over the six weeks students will develop their Fashion Design creative skills.
During the Fashion Design for Beginners course you’ll study different processes and techniques for designing clothes, looking at different ways to research, record, create and present your work. The idea of the course is to develop a simple garment design with your own original idea, from concept to completion.
Students will be required to research, design, create a basic pattern and make one garment - a top - which will be the starting point of understanding what goes into making clothes and generating original Fashion ideas.
The course is suitable for beginners, it is a short fast-paced introduction and will require a practical hands-on approach.
What will I learn?
The following will be covered:
- How to research and generate ideas for fashion design
- A basic understanding of what goes into designing and making clothes
- How to create a basic pattern from a standard block (provided)
- Exploration of techniques to make your garment unique
- How to select appropriate materials
- How to make a sample garment from scratch
- How to apply a variety of sewing and manufacturing skills
- Developing a personal style
How will I be assessed?
This course has no formal assessment, although detailed feedback will be given to you as part of the process. You can request a Kendal College certificate of attendance if you would like one upon completion of the programme.
Courses that you may like to progress onto include:
- Fashion Pattern Cutting for Beginners
- Sewing for Fashion Design, An Introduction
- Saturday Craft Club
- Full time Level 2 or 3 Art and Design
No previous experience is needed.
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