University Short Courses

Pattern Development 1

University Short Course

Pattern Development 1

Fee: R6500

Relevant fields of study: Clothing and Textiles,Industry Specific,Production

Offered by: Technology Station Clothing & Textiles

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Ms. Karin Van Wyk, Email:, Telephone: 021 959 6075
This is a practical pattern making course that is ideal for prospective pattern-makers and garment technologists.
This course will give delegates an opportunity to learn the basic principals of pattern development with hands-on activities such as drafting and manipulating flat patterns.

This course provides the delegates with a sound basis in pattern development for further study or career development
• Understand various pattern calculations e.g. division, multiplication, addi-tion, subtraction, fractions, etc.

• Understand and interpret the human form through the measurement of various critical body dimensions.

• Understand and interpret instructions for the drafting of basic block pat-terns for ladies wear.

• Understand, identify and interpret various basic design principles that affect pattern construction e.g. proportion, shape, balance, etc.

• Draft basic blocks to create correct balance and fit for specific body measurement – standard measurements, personal measurements and differ-ent sizes.

• Interpret various design and construction detail into clear, detailed, accu-rate technical drawings.

• Construct a range of basic styled patterns from technical drawing using basic blocks.
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Important dates and times
Remember to apply and register on time.

Application Deadline: 2017-02-03

Course offered at: Bellville
Course lasts for: 120 Hours
Class times are: 08H30—12H30

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