This is another way of dressmaking and a special technique of positioning and pinning fabric on
a dress form to develop the structure of a garment design. A garment can be draped using
a design sketch or an individual’s own creativity by experimenting with the way fabric falls to create
new designs at the start of the apparel design process. Muslin and pin are usually used for
this purpose and created section by section of a mannequin. After draping, the fabric is removed
from the dress form and used to create the sewing pattern for the garment.
Course Duration : 3 months (360 hours), Monday - Friday.
Or 12 months (288 hours) on Saturdays or 1 day a week.
Coursework is split into two emphasizes : 6.1 Moulage :- Daywear / Corsets / Drapings
6.2 Moulage :- Evening & Wedding Dresses
This course is for those interested in pursuing a career in the mass market garment industry
whether for the local market or for export. Course contents emphasize on creating designs
for standardized international clothing sizes
Course Duration : 3 – 5 months (300-360 hours), Monday - Friday.
Or 12 months (288 hours) on Saturdays or 1 day a week.
Detailed instruction on how to sew parts of the garment i.e. skirts, sleeves, collars, pants, jeans,
casual wear, office wear and a good variety of styles and formats. Pattern Grading by size
and shape such as Asian Sizes S / M / L / XL / XXL, European Sizes 36 38 40 42 44, US and
Canadian Sizes 4 6 8 10 12.
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