Industrial Sizing - Womenswear
In this course, the student will develop their skills in basic pattern making for womenswear, as well as how to make specific adjustments. The focus of this course is on the importance of base patterns as guidelines from which we can create endless designs adapted to the latest fashion.
This course is aimed at students with expertise on pattern making who want to learn about sizing techniques. Prior knowledge of pattern making is essential, as the adaptation of a base pattern is required in the processes of pattern making through sizing, until the desired pattern is obtained.
Our course materials are continuously updated by our specialized teachers on Industrial Pattern Making and Industrial Sizing as well as by professional experts in the fashion world. We edit industrial pattern making and sizing technical books, in which varied techniques on pattern making and sizing are clearly explained with plenty of graphics and illustrations.
Pattern Making and Sizing courses can start at any time of year, with a flexible schedule of days and /or evenings.
- Learning about the technology used in industrial sizing
- Using the correct measurements
- Developing industrial sizing on different items of clothing
- Creating appropriate technical records for each item of clothing
- Practicing with pattern for tailored garments
Knowledge of the correct measurements for pattern making
Notions of specific trimmings
Base Pattern and skirt sizing
Base Pattern and trousers sizing
Base Pattern and body sizing
Base Pattern and sleeve sizing
Alterations on garments
Sizing on larger sizes
Industrialization of the pattern
Study of patterns taken out directly of confectioned garments
Demonstration of computer-aided patterns.Software: Gerber V.8.2.2.(196).
Students will be able to request work experience placements in companies, depending on the student’s availability and agreement with the companies we regularly work with.