Top 3 skills you will achieve:
- Fabric printing
- Hand cutting stencils
- Photographic emulsion transfer techniques
Fabric Screen Printing
This workshop is an overview of fabric printing techniques, they include simple spot colour printing to simplified repeat pattern printing using stencils, blocking-out methods and industry based photographic emulsion techniques.
|Course Code:||V0295|| |
|Careers:||Personal/professional development || |
|How:||Short course, Fee for service|| |
|International study available:||No|| |
|Online study available:||No|| |
|Uni pathway available:||No|| |
|Day and Time:||6 Wednesdays, 6 - 8:30pm || |
|Commences:||8 May, 2013|| |
|Fee:||$245 || |
Email email@example.com or phone 94271127 or 94271905.
About the course Ask us a question about this course
This workshop is an overview of fabric printing techniques. Techniques covered will include simple spot colour printing to simplified repeat pattern printing using stencils, blocking-out methods and industry based photographic emulsion techniques. Upon completion of this course you will be able to print t-shirts or other garments, pattern pieces (before sewing), fabric pieces/lengths or soft furnishing such as cushion covers.
Skills you will gain from this course
Central Fashion and Textiles Department is a well equipped facility including state of the art sewing machines, screen printing, dyeing, textile, pattern cutting and design studios. Our creative short course lecturers are industry practitioners and experts in their skills and fields. Our aim is to offer workshop and courses in specific skill areas for both beginners and those wanting to add to their current expertise. Creative short courses are not accredited; however they give participants an opportunity to experience some of the aspects our full time fashion and textiles courses have to offer.
Skills you will learn:
simple spot colour printing
repeat pattern printing using stencils
blocking out methods
photographic emulsion techniques
print t-shirts, pattern pieces (before sewing) or fabric pieces/lengths.
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