Patternmaker Certificate

The LCI Education Patternmaking Certificate program offers all the practical and theoretical subjects to train as an advanced pattern maker. A patternmaker’s work consists executing the client’s request or the design team’s designs, supervising quality control during the development of a design team’s concepts and assisting the production manager in production. You will learn the technical yet creative side of fashion production according to international standard, which will prepare you to be a professional and creative pattern maker.

Fashion Design - Pattern Maker

The Certificate in Patternmaker can be completed in 1 year of full-time or 2 years of part-time study.

Course List

  • Composition of Simple Garments
  • Style Research by Draping
  • Assembling Principles of Simple Garments
  • Fashion Concepts
  • Study and Utilization of Raw Materials
  • Composition of Various Garments
  • Style Evaluation by Draping
  • Assembling Principles of Various Garments
  • Graphic Process Application and Visual Presentation
  • Research of Raw Materials for the Production of Garments
  • Composition of Elaborated Garment
  • Garment Feasibility
  • Garment Construction and Computer
  • Trend Analysis and Presentation

Career Opportunities

Upon completion of the program, graduates will be able to work in the following positions:

  • Fashion Designer
  • Textile Designer
  • Patternmaker
  • Fashion Stylist
  • Fashion Illustrator
  • Fashion Consultant
  • Costume Designer for Movies & Theatre
  • Fashion Journalist

Facilities

  • Sewing rooms, draping rooms, drafting rooms, patternmaking tables and fashion production workshop, knitting class
  • Computer facilities for patternmaking and fashion illustration
  • One sewing machine per student, pressing and steaming equipment
  • Illustration and Drawing tables
  • High quality draping mannequins
  • Computer lab for CAD Programs and Plotter
  • Library of comprehensive fashion design, fashion business and other design books and periodicals and magazines
  • Library of textiles and fabrics
  • A garment window display area
  • Multi Function area for seminars and lectures

Highlights

  • Study of figure anatomy and modern fashion illustration techniques.
  • Development of basic pattern drafting to advance manipulation.
  • Style evaluation by draping.
  • Sewing techniques and other decorative and constructive application methods.
  • Study of colours and composition.
  • Study of garment technical drawing and terminology.
  • Prediction of future trends and composition of garment collections.
  • Study of target market and collection marketing strategies.
  • Participation in international fashion design contests.
  • Computer-assisted patternmaking and technical drawing techniques.
  • Organization of a fashion show and participation in promotional and public relations activities.
  • Portfolio development.

Program Coordinators


Audrey Sillem
Audrey graduated from London College of Fashion with a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) degree in Fashion Design and Technology, in 2005 . During her internship she worked for Japanese avant-garde designer Miki Fukai, and after graduating she gained experience working in London, for high-end fashion designers Giles Deacon and Luella. Audrey has been producing collections for her label under her own name, taking part in fashion shows in Austria and most recently in New Zealand. Since moving to Indonesia, Audrey has been involved in prestigious interior design projects; fabric design, incorporating traditional motifs; and worked for leading Indonesian fashion designer Ghea before joining LaSalle College Jakarta in 2010.

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