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Fashion Workshop

Fashion workshop resources include a series of industry standard pattern cutting tables, a fabric stockroom, a dedicated fashion computer studio, mannequins, finishing presses, flatbed machines as well as a wide variety of specialist sewing machinery, for both apparel and footwear. The facilities underpin the programme's ethos of creating designer/makers who drive their 3D design objectives forward. The technical team provide support in the realisation of ideas through pattern cutting, making and garment construction.

Workshops include a series of industry standard pattern cutting tables, a fabric stockroom, mannequins, finishing presses, flatbed machines as well as a wide variety of specialist sewing machinery, for both apparel and footwear. 

Technical staff provide support in three-dimensional works including details conceived on the stand, using traditional and creative pattern cutting techniques and fabric manipulation as well as garment construction. High-tech printing, knitting and weaving equipment is also accessible. 

As well as having specialist footwear and millinery machinery to use with traditional materials such as fabric and leather, the accessories pathway students can access cross-College facilities to produce pieces in plastics, metal, ceramics and wood.