The handloom was devised about 2000 yrs ago and was brought to England by the Romans. The revolution in weaving was made after devising the flying shuttle. This art of designing intricate patterns were practised right from 11th century. This inherited art of weaving and designing was done only by veterans in the field.
With the emergence of technology and inventions, these intricate patterns are now made with less effort with the power Computer-aided Designing, which plays a major role in simplifying our work load and unpack our creativity.
This Online Tutorial will nurture you with the complete skill sets required for Handloom Designing. You can learn the utmost details of Handloom Designing with the help of our step by step procedures.
Course access is valid for 90 days
The basic chapters for all these Courses will be the same except the technical chapters for respective Courses. Hence students who wish to enrol more than one course could opt for Combo Courses.
This is an initiative for e-learning with Jaquard designing platform segment courses, which covers only the creative part of Jaquard designing.
How can I register for Online Tutorials?
You can register for Online Tutorial through our website. You can make online payment. Once the payment is done, you will receive payment confirmation Receipt.
How can I access the learning content?
After your Registration and Fee Payment, you can have 24 / 7 e – learning accesses for 90 days.
Do you provide any Certificate after completion of this Course?
Yes! You can receive your course completion Certificate once you complete the program.
What are the benefits undergoing this course?
The main benefit of learning this Course is that you can explore and showcase your creativity in the beautiful field of Jacquard Designing. Moreover, it is an add-on benefit to college students who are already pursuing a degree in fashion and textiles.
Basic Drawing Practice
Introduction for Editing
In this Chapter, we will guide you to learn the basic methodologies to change the rough drafted design into a final fair version of the design intended.