Women Pattern Design - Course | LCI Barcelona, Spain

Distance course - Women's Industrial Pattern Design for Clothing (in Spanish only)

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Pattern Making | 0DM-PAE-XT | Distance course - Women's Industrial Pattern Design for Clothing (in Spanish only)

Felicidad Duce - Fashion School of LCI Barcelona currently offers Online Training in Pattern Design. Course material will be sent to the student to aid the learning progress: explanations prepared to be easily understood, introducing concepts gradually with a combination of theoretical presentations, graphics and practical activities that will help students to understand the course contents. From the very first day of the course, a professor/tutor will be assigned to help you with whatever you may need, via telephone, e-mail, post or skype.

To carry out practical activities, included in the course is a set with all the needed material: set square, sewing kit, marking wheel, needle punch, scissors, professional tape measure, white paper for patterns, cardboard, pins, needles, fabrics... and also the book Industrial Pattern Designing Technology (Women) and the workbook.

From home, without a fixed schedule or even leaving home, you can learn about different industrial pattern designing techniques.

  • Certification: Women's Industrial Pattern Design for Clothing (distance course)
  • Language: Spanish

To obtain the Women's Industrial Pattern Design for Clothing diploma will be necessary to make an improvement revalidation at the facilities of the School. This revalidation has a duration of 40-50 hours approximately, and it can be done intensively for 15 days, attending class in the mornings and in the evenings.

- Mastering current pattern designing techniques of women's exterior clothes.

- Creating different types of base patterns.

- Transforming base pattern to obtain model pattern.

- Industrializing the model pattern.

People interested in studying with us, but due to their work obligations, place of residence, age or any other personal obligation cannot attend the School in person to pursue studies in pattern making.

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