Pattern Making and Industrial Sizing for Men´s and Women´s Knitwear
This course explores the importance of knit wear in the fashion industry. It has been designed for beginners in pattern knitwear and also to professionals wishing to work on the latest fashion knit wear trends.
To adapt to the seasonal changes in fashion, pattern making designers are constantly creating new prototypes and adapting them accordingly. This course will allow learners to develop the technique on knitted outwear base pattern making for men and women, from its creation from a base pattern and the alterations needed in order to obtain the desired pattern, to the industrialization of the pattern itself.
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 pattern making and its sizing in knitted wear
- Using the correct measurements
- Developing base patterns and prototypes of different knitted wear garments
- Altering knitted wear base patterns
- Application on garments of the different knitting fabrics
Introduction to the different knitting fabrics
Knowledge of the correct measurements for pattern making
Base Pattern and body sizing
Base Pattern and sleeve sizing
Base Pattern and skirt sizing
Base Pattern and trouser sizing
Base Pattern and channels
Sizing and alterations on different items of clothing
Keeping technical records for garments
Industrialization of the pattern
Study of patterns taken out directly from finished garments
Demonstration of the production of Tricot with knitting machines
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.