This course enables you to explore drawing , colour imagery & surface pattern through a wide range of print processes. Creative solutions are designed for a diverse range of fashion & interior applications.
A textile designer designs fabric weaves & prints for clothes & furnishings.
The course has a business oriented focus, with emphasis on Retail Management in the final year of study. Modules in buying, marketing & visual merchandising develop research, written & oral presentation skills. CAD is an integral part of the course at PfW. Workshops are equipped with traditional looms to explore design concepts using weaves & knits.
The students can pursue careers as In-house Designers (Constructed Textile/Embroidery/Printed Textiles), Stylists, Freelance Designers, Visual Merchandisers, Retail Managers. The course opens up an array of opportunities in the Textile Mills, Design Studios, with Fashion Designers or to work independently as Entrepreneurs.
One Year Course
One/Two/Three Years Diploma Courses
Admission is direct, on first come first served & merit basis.
|ONE YEAR||Two Years||Third Year|
|Basic Design||Design Development||Advance Screen Printing|
|Drawing & Rendering||Drawing & Rendering||Hand Painting with Dyes|
|Colour & Texture||Colour & Texture||Design & Repeat|
|Resist Style of Printing<||Fabric Analysis||Advance Quality Control & Testing|
|Tie & Dye||Print Design & Repeat||Dobby & Jacquard Weave Designs|
|Batik||Weave Design & Repeat||Textile Calculation|
|Direct Styles of Printing||Knitting||Detailed Study of Fabric Analysis|
|Marble Printing||Fabric Dyeing & Printing on Cotton,||Knitting Machines|
|Screen Making & Printing||Wool & Silk||Professional Studies|
|Hand Painting on Natural &||Hand Painting||CAD|
|Blended Fabric||Nozzle Printing||Project Work|
|Basics of CAD||Fabric Structure(Theory & Practical)||Portfolio /Presentation/Fashion Show|
|Portfolio / Presentation/Fashion Show||Dyeing Technology (Theory & Practical)|
|Printing Technology (Theory & Practical)|
|Traditional Textiles of India|
|Classification of Knitting-Knit Structures|
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