Textile Design I

  • Course Type

    Campus OR Online

  • Duration:

    192 hours

  • Language:


01. Program Curriculum

Guide to the Program

This course introduces a broad range of textile processes and theoretical perspective on the business of textile design. Students will be provided the opportunity to gain skills and ability to develop and design concepts of drawing, designing and learning innovative ideas to execute a variety of application and technical specification within textile design. The study of textiles includes the technical structure of fabrics and methods of fabrication as well as surface design, which covers a range of techniques for altering and embellishing.

02. The Brief

Guide to the Program


  • History and introduction to textiles
  • Fundamental elements and creative methods of textiles
  • Fabric and apparel structure
  • Basic design and color principles in development of creative fabrics
  • Drawing and mark making
  • Basic of design and fabric
  • Textile fiber
  • Color and creation
  • Color skills evolvement
  • Types of yarn and formation
  • Printing and dyeing
  • Structural fabric design
  • Experimental Screen Printing
  • Drawing and Rendering
  • Computer generated imagery and pattern
  • Communicative English I
  • Industry Visit and or Project/Practical

Learning Methods

  • Interactive classroom sessions
  • Assignments
  • Group discussions
  • Practical sessions
  • Industry Visit and or Project/Practical


  • A good command over spoken & written English
  • No previous experience is required
  • Willing to travel outside of campus for industry visit
  • Students need to carry their own stationery & stitching materials
  • Casual dress code

03. Book Now

Guide to the Program