Textile Printing and Design
Create your own t-shirt designs and fabric meterage focusing on screen printing. Progress from simple design prints to more complex, multi-coloured applications. Learn to create garments from samples to mass production.
- Principles of textile design.
- Dye methodology.
- Development of repeat format designs using water-based printing inks for yardage production.
- Creation of artwork from various sources.
- Using CAD to create placement and repeat designs.
- Silk screen making from cut stencils to photographic techniques.
- Colour matching from samples to formula mixing methods.
- Printing using large format tables for yardage.
- Placement printing using a t-shirt carousel.
- Sublistatic printing (heat transfer printing).
- Multiple colour separations.
- Exploration of additional printing materials and applications.
- Fabric embellishment and fabric enhancement techniques.
- Knowledge of fabric construction including woven, knitted and bonded.
- Portfolio samples of all techniques learnt in the course.
- Completion of set assignments on time and to the required standard.
- Year 12 level preferred
- Ability to draw an advantage, but not essential
185 Spring Street, Melbourne, VIC, 3000
Course Start Dates
Applications are currently being accepted for the following start dates:
March 2015 & June 2015
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Being taught by professionals who work in the fashion industry is really interesting and gives you an insight into how the industry works in the real world.MajaStudied Fashion Design in 2012
The Bachelor of Fasion and Design gave me the perfect blend of technical fashion knowledge and business know-how to start my own design label.DavidBachelor of Fashion and Business, 2012
I don’t think the world is quite ready for the stuff I am about to show it, but they will be someday.AdamStudied Certificate in Fashion Business in 2011
I feel totally confident about finding a full time position in a retail company where I can use my skills learnt from the course to pursue a successful career in management.SophieStudied Certificate in Fashion Business in 2010
The teachers made me thrive with their wealth of knowledge, experience and willingness to assist with any questions… and trust me I had plenty.KimberlyStudied Certificate in Fashion Business in 2008
The course content was really broad and enabled the students to work with a complete range of millinery materials and techniques.KelliStudied Certificate in Milinery, Construction & Design in 2010
Throughout my 3 years, I was astounded at the broad selection of industry relevant subjects offered to students.StaceyStudied Fashion Design in 2012
The course gave me so much confidence in my abilities as a designer and the teachers had such an in depth knowlege of the fashion design industry that I felt ready to hit the ground running.VanessaAdvanced Diploma of Applied Fashion Design and Technology, 2012
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