Corset Pattern Making | LCI Barcelona

Corset Pattern Making (in Spanish only)

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Pattern Making | CP004 | Corset Pattern Making (in Spanish only)

Study in a school with more than 90 years of experience in fashion education

Emerged as a fashion trend in the 16th century thanks to Catherine de' Medici, wife of King Henry II of France, the corset was invented to reduce the waist size of the court ladies. Since then, the conception of this garment has been modified until today, when it is considered a fashion accessory to be taken into account not only in the field of lingerie, but also in other areas such as theater costumes, party wear or haute couture.

In this course, the students will learn how to develop the techniques for making corset base patterns, whose previous analysis allows the transformation of these patterns into new models for their industrialization.

  • Degree: Course in Corset Pattern Making
  • Duration: 240 hours
  • Dates: Registration open all year round
  • Language: Spanish
  • Course type: On campus

This course is aimed at those people who want to start in the world of pattern making as well as professionals who are looking for new visions.

Discover the projects made by our students through the Portfolio platform.


Graduated in Audiovisual Communication from Pompeu Fabra University (2000), she founded in 1999, one of the first online fashion magazines. Since then, she has specialized in creating content and editorial plans online and offline, both for publications –VEIN, El País, Telva, SModa– and for brands –Absolut, Bershka, Stradivarius, TOUS Baby or Naf Naf–, as well as in the construction of intangibles for fashion firms. Currently she combines her work as a consultant and editor with the direction of the Fashion Design area of LCI Barcelona.

LCI Barcelona has its own pattern making system, the prestigious Feli Method, created by the founder of the Fashion School. Its techniques, which evolve and are constantly revised, are included in the books of Felicidad Duce Publishing House.

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