We have two 8 weeks courses, one which will cover Woven blocks, and the other 8-week course which will cover Jersey blocks
Course introduction of becoming a garment technologist. You must have at least 2-year experience in pattern cutting.
The pattern grading course starts from the basic theory on how the body grows in size and covers market size charts.
Supporting the Design and Buying Team. Throughout all the stages of the garment products and development, from design to manufacture. As a garment technologist, you will be involved in choosing an appropriate design to remain within budget, while working with the Pattern Graders to supervise the sizing, fitting and testing of the pre-production garments.Discover More
An essential part of Pattern making, Pattern Grading rules will determine how the pattern increases or decreases to create different sizes. Fabric type will also be considered at this stage. A Pattern Grader takes a pattern, which has been made by a Pattern Cutter, and produce scaled-up and scaled-down versions to enable manufactures to reproduce […]Discover More
Styleline pattern cutting Three more of our students graduated after completing our 8-weeks Introductory Course to pattern cutting, ending another successful season. Our one on one interactive course offers you the chance to learn Pattern Cutting in a safe and supportive environment, with a tutor with over 25 years’ experience working within the Fashion industry, […]
As you start your pattern cutting journey you will want to start block pattern drafting your own, so we thought we would walk you through the basics of What is a block pattern and the benefits of having a template that you can return to time and time again. What is a Block pattern drafting? […]
We mentioned in our What Does a Pattern Cutter Do? Article the various members of the design team and so we wanted to refresh your memory, and add another very important person. A Pattern Grader. A Pattern Grader works very closely with the Pattern Cutter. Understanding What is grading in pattern making otherwise known […]