FASHION DESIGNER: FABRIC I (LFL 0201): As you design and engineer a fabric from scratch, you will learn several ways to
incorporate color principles. Using inspiring pictures, motif inspiration or creating
your own inspiration board will help you narrow down the best fabrication technique
for the accessories or clothing you decide to make. You will pick from knitting (hand
or machine), weaving, felting and a plethora of surface design techniques. This is
the Continuing Education version of the for-credit Textile Studio I class (FAS117-C01).
Students receive all the instruction and experiences but are not required to take
exams or engage in the evaluations.
FASHION DESIGNER: FABRIC II (LFL 0202): Bring the skills you gained in Fashion Design: Understanding Fabric Techniques to a higher level. You will delve further into fabric construction and surface designs as you refine your techniques, including weaving, knitting, felting, beading, embroidery, appliqué, and fabric printing. This is the Continuing Education version of the for-credit Textile Studio II class (FAS118-C02). Students receive all the instruction and experiences but are not required to take exams or engage in the evaluations.
INDUSTRIAL SEWING METHODS (LFL 0009): Introduces you to the use and care of industrial sewing equipment, fabric selection and design. Your end products will be a skirt, blouse and Little Black Dress. From these basics you can move on to create your own unique clothing. We’ll make it enjoyable as you learn to sew like a pro. Also offered as credit FAS100-C01.
Please note, not all courses are offered every semester.