A detailed course, that includes how to take measurements and draft necklines, sleeves, Kurta, salwar, Chudidar, Patiyala, Palazzo, Skirt Variations, Cape, Anarkali, blouse, and much more details on the techniques of Pattern making.
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MODULE 1 : INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW
For all the aspiring and professional Fashion Designers, the course is designed to empower you with various creative, practical, and technical aspects of knitting which is an important part of the Fashion Designing industry. Through this course, you will experience quality learning at its best through lifetime access and value-added resources.
MODULE 2 : INTRODUCTION TO PATTERN MAKING
Pattern makers are the practical creators of the fashion industry. Pattern making is an important aspect of garment construction. This topic will introduce you to this term, different terminologies used, three stages of production - drafting, flat pattern drawing and draping, types of pattern making, and factors that need to be mentioned on a pattern.
MODULE 3 : HOW TO TAKE MEASUREMENTS
People buy garments by considering their body measurements specifically height and weight. How to take body measurements precisely and accurately, which factors to consider when taking body measurements, and other essential elements of the same are covered in this topic as it is the first step in pattern making.
MODULE 4 : TOOLS FOR DRAFTING
Drafting tools are used for making paper patterns. This is the second stage of pattern-making. Using the measurements taken, the drafting is carried out according to the design of a garment. You’ll require the right set of drafting tools for making perfect patterns to achieve a great fit. The designer should know about all pattern drafting tool’s uses and functions. This video explains the detailed knowledge of tools with their uses.
MODULE 5 : HOW TO DRAFT A BASIC KURTA
The Kurta is an outfit that has stretched beyond the Indian borders, and has evolved down the ages to suit the ever-changing demands of the fashion-forward world. In this topic, you will learn how to make a pattern for Kurta and about body measurements that are required for drafting a Kurta with perfect technique.
MODULE 6 : NECKLINES
A neckline is the part of the bodice around the neck. It can be of various shapes and sizes. The Neckline is a very important part of any garment. One should be very careful while selecting a neckline and also while drafting it. This topic includes how to draft a neckline on paper with the required measurement. Learn the history and various types of necklines.
MODULE 7 : BASIC SLEEVE BLOCK
A sleeve is a part of the garment that covers the arm, or through which the arm passes or slips. The pattern of the sleeve is one of the characteristics of fashion in dress, varying in every country and period. Learn various types of the sleeve, its pattern with description, and its required measurements with a step-by-step guide.
MODULE 8 : HOW TO DRAFT A BASIC SALWAR
The Salwar is an item of clothing worn from the waist to the ankles, covering both legs separately. It is a part of the Salwar kameez suit which is widely worn in South Asia. It is known for its lively hues, rich fabrics, and embroidery. In this topic learn how to draft a basic salwar, with proper measurements that are required to draft it. A detailed descriptive step-by-step guide is provided for drafting.
MODULE 9 : HOW TO DRAFT A BASIC CHUDIAR SALWAR
Chudidars are tight-fitted trousers worn by both men and women in South Asia. They are usually cut on bias grain, making them naturally stretchy. Stretch is important when pants are close fitting. Here you will learn about its drafting with perfect measurements with its description. This topic covers all the right information about this topic.
MODULE 10 : HOW TO DRAFT A BASIC PATIYALA SALWAR
The history of Patiyala suit is as long-standing as the antiquity of the salwar kameez of India. Earlier period, it was developed as the majestic dress by Nawab of Patiala. This topic covers how to draft a Patiyala Salwar with an easy step-by-step method along with detailed information on its history and fabrics used for making patiyala with proper body measurements.
MODULE 11 : DRAFTING A PALAZZO
Palazzo pants are long women's pants cut with a loose, extremely wide leg that flares out from the waist. Palazzo pants are popular as a summer season style, as they are loose and tend to be flattering in light, flowing fabrics that are breathable in hot weather. The topic includes drafting description, required measurements and information on fabrics used for making Palazzo.
MODULE 12 : BASIC SKIRT WITH WAISTBAND
A skirt can be simply a draped garment made out of a single piece of fabric. However, most skirts are fitted to the body at the waist or hips and fuller below, with the fullness introduced using darts, gores, pleats, or panels. This topic covers the history of skirts, its types, a step-by-step guide on how to draft a skirt block with a classic waistband of your measurement with practical hands-on.
MODULE 13 : PLEATED SKIRT WITH A YOKE
Do you know what’s the importance of yoke is? It is used for providing support for loose garments. Give your skirt some extra flair and learn to draft a simple yoke. This topic covers all the detailed information on the importance of the yoke and its uses. Learn how to draft a pleated skirt with a yoke. The demonstration in the video shows you how to attach the yoke to the skirt.
MODULE 14 : HOW TO DRAFT A CIRCULAR SKIRT
Circular skirt is full, flowy and are very similar to an umbrella skirt that looks chic and flatters almost any type of body figure. It is another way to add a wonderful look to a skirt pattern. To know about what measurements are required to draft a circular skirt, its detailed description and its technical know how of patterns, everything is covered in this topic.
MODULE 15 : DRAFT A CAPE
This topic provides insights on what is cape, where and how it is used, its origin, and how to do its drafting. Through the given step-by-step video tutorial, you will learn how to do cape with your measurements.
MODULE 16 : DRAFTING ANARKALI
Anarkali is a form of women's dress originating from the Indian subcontinent. The Anarkali suit is made up of a long, frock-style top and features a slim fitted bottom. The Anarkali suit varies in many different lengths and embroideries including floor-length Anarkali styles.
You will learn about detailed information like drafting, fabric calculation, measurements.
MODULE 17: HOW TO DRAFT A BASIC FOUR TUCKS BLOUSE.
A sari and a blouse have an eternal partnership that has lasted for centuries, and one is incomplete without the other. The sari blouse is always secondary when compared to the sari, which stands out the most. In this topic learn everything from Which measurements are required for the blouse till it’s drafting in easy-to-understand language by step-by-step guidance. This topic will answer all your queries on blouse drafting.
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN
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WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR ?
Anyone who wants to learn pattern making.
Anyone who wants to learn a new skill.
Aspiring and professional artists, students, and fashion designers, fashion stylists, fashion managers, and fashion bloggers.
Enthusiasts who want to pursue a career in different domains of Fashion Design.
You have so many ideas. You translate those ideas on paper. But how do you transform an idea into a garment? The process that takes you from ideating to implementation is drafting or pattern making.
Pattern making is an important aspect of learning garment construction. Pattern making is not something that is required only before the execution of a product but is equally essential post production. If you find certain issues with the final product, drafting methods will help you identify and fix those shortcomings with ease.
As an aspiring or a professional designer, stylist or enthusiast must be familiar with the different tools, terminologies, techniques, and other essentials of drafting. Crucially, an individual must know the purpose of drafting. This includes having sound knowledge of tools required for drafting to learn how to take measurements to draft a variety of garments.
The course is strategically designed divided into a series of topics for better understanding. Drafting is explained in detail through demos in the video lectures.
This course covers -
- Introduction to tools
- Drafting necklines, sleeves, and blouse
- Drafting a variety of ethnic wear like basic kurta with sleeve and Anarkali
- Drafting a variety of trousers like salwar, Chudidar, Patiala, and palazzo
- Drafting a pleated skirt with yoke and circular skirt
- Drafting cape
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