Knitwear Designers are in-demand professionals within the fashion industry. Guided by instructors who are also fashion industry professionals, students in knitwear courses get hands-on experience weaving at looms, experimenting with color in the dye lab, and constructing garments with the latest knit technology. Traditional Fashion Design skills such as sketching, computer skills, and patternmaking complete the program.
The Fashion Knitwear Design Program provides specialized courses in knitwear design for fashion and apparel manufacturing industries. The curriculum is structured to provide principles of design and construction for full-fashion knitwear including: fashion illustration, pattern drafting, swatch development, knitwear construction, utilizing the hand loom and Stoll industrial knitting equipment, specification, and cost analysis.
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