PRODUCTION I (5 SCU)
Upon successful completion of this course, students are expected to be able to: apply a range of technical and practical skills in sportswear construction; demonstrate and communicate a sportswear design and technical progress through a portfolio with an independent judgment of aesthetics, efficiency, and effectiveness in the production process; choose appropriate fabrics for different garments; use appropriate equipment and machinery for fashion production; and apply creative and innovative design solutions through appropriate production processes to assemble a finished garment with a personal style.
This course encourages students to work with their own personal development of the pattern- making and draping by introducing students to the basic process of garment making, and fabric-cutting process suitable for the pattern and efficiency. In addition, students will study basic sewing techniques, correct pressing processes, finishing, as well as a selection of appropriate materials to get the desired looks, referring to the standard mass production. This course practices from the design-making to the garment-realization stages.
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