Written By- Nikita Rajani

[Guided By- Ms. Neeyati Pathak and Ms. Monika Malik]

Indian ethnic wear is one of the most elegant cloth that people love to wear. Today many designers blend traditional and modern designs and bring out the Indian aesthetic. The rich natural resources of India for making and decorating textiles are extraordinary. Due to various geographical regions and climate changes, we have a great range of plant fibers and natural dyes for the cultivation, weaving, dying, printing and embroiderers making. Over centuries, most regions developed specialties based on local resources, such as the golden silks of Assam, the fine cottons of Bengal, or the red dyes of south-east India. Craftspeople of India use amazing skill-set to process raw materials and produce different variety of dyes, weaves, prints and embroideries regionally.

In the last few years, we have been talking about “Sustainable Fashion” but what is it actually? Sustainable fashion is a process of change in fashion and fashion system leading towards eco-friendly fashion(eco-fashion).

We all have become advance – especially in fashion. This is the generation of technology and with the use of technology we do shopping online. Selecting the products and just in single click we have our desired product. But moving with technologies do not give the power to exploit the environment. Today everybody will agree to the fact that fast fashion have reached to such a point that we can not help but fall for it.  Due to so much exploitation of environment and resources now sustainable fashion has become a movement for Eco-fashion system.


Knowingly or unknowingly, India have always been conscious about sustainable fashion. We have been using and passing the clothes to generation to generation. For instance, our grandmother passed her traditional saree to our mother and in similar manner our mother has passed the same saree to us. We easily get attached to the traditional clothes and with passing those traditional clothes, values are also been passed. So, reuse of clothes has emotional values and is a sustainable fashion.


Today everybody has their own way of style and fashion. Over the years we have noticed how people recreate their old stuff by upcycling them. Like- making lehenga and choli or kurta from old sarees. Upcycle is method of bringing up the sustainable balance in your wardrobe collection. Upcycling not only good for environment but also allow us to be more creative with old products. Upcycle benefits to low production cost and of course saves our natural resources, thus it is a way to create a balance in the eco system.


Kantha is a type of embroidery originated from Bengal state, also known as Nakashi. Earlier, kantha was used to make quilts and blanket in rural areas of Bengal. Layers of layer of old sarees were stitched to make quilt and blanket and running stitch was used at the edge of the design. Later the running stitch was used with motifs like birds, flowers, shapes, animals. Then the kantha embroidery were spotted on sarees also which now has become a type of style in this vast fashion world. So, it was way before today that old craftsmen of India have used sustainable fashion to create quilt blanket.


We are familiar with Indian traditional techniques of dying and printing such as- Kalamkari, Block printing, Bandhani, Bagru, Dabu and many more. Old craftsmen of India have always been a step a when it comes to sustainable fashion because these traditional techniques use dyes extracted from nature like vegetable, flower, turmeric, indigo, etc. Using organic dyes and resources and creating organic clothes and products is again comes under sustainable fashion.

Sustainable fashion does not only limit to fashion but also to create a sustainable and fair system in fashion with the labor exploitation. For example-For ages our weaving, dyeing embroidery industries have been run by families, passing on the skills and techniques from generation to generation. Thus, there was no exploitation, no unfair wage practices that comes under ethical and fair-trade fashion which is a sustainable fashion.

India being so active in creating and producing sustainable products its true that we ourselves have lost the track of it because of technology, polyester and western fashion. No doubt, we have been adapting western culture and style in fashion, forgetting our past tradition. Now, western people have realized the need of sustainable fashion system and again we are following them for this and getting back to our route of traditional and sustainable fashion.

I hope this blog was encouraging enough for being sustainable.

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And Customization Continues…

Written By- Namrata Jaiswal

Guided By- Ms. Monika Malik

An internship is all about gaining hands-on experience, but due to COVID-19, anything” hands-on” is off for now. But today more and more business have gone online, so I thought I would start a virtual internship.

I joined an internship as a pattern maker by making some customized garments. Custom-made garments, whether couture or everyday outfits, are a significant part of our dressmaking heritage. Customized clothing is measured to fit. Anyone who wants to look good knows good fit means everything. Fitting is an important key element which shows off your body in the most flattering way. In customized clothing it is important to know the body type of your customer.

Virtual internship is not an easy task for me as a beginner, I faced lot’s of problems. But its a good learning experience. I want to share the results of my customized dresses. It makes the learning process more fun, and makes the inevitable mistakes feel more like an important lesson rather than a big failure.

I started with my own customize dress.

  • A-line Kurta: I made a kurta with yoke and cuff. I also did couching on the yoke and made ball buttons for the centre front opening.
Self Made Garment
  • Kurta and Garara Set: I didn’t make lots of dresses this year, but one that really stood out was the garara dress. I made a sleeveless kurta and a flared garara  from my mom’s old saree. Such a fun dress to make and wear.

Made from this old saree:-

Old Saree
Final Product
  • Anarkali Dress: Oh, and here is the big one – Anarkali dress. I made an anarkali dress for a client. I had so much fun working on this project and I have learned so much about clients needs and how to fulfil them..  Love the flare  and all the detailing of this dress.
My Client
  • Full sleeve kurta with kurta pant: I made a green full sleeve kurta using a brocade fabric and green kurta-pant with silk taffeta fabric. Customer was very happy with the fit of the garment.
My Client
  • I also made a yellow cotton suit (kurta with kurta-pant set)
My Client
  • 4 darted blouse: I also made a 4 darted blouse. I can say from my personal experience that it’s not easy to make a 4 darted blouse. I made it 3 times and it was the 4th time where I got satisfactory results.
4 Darted Blouse

With this remote fashion internship, I have gained valuable real-world experience with increased flexibility and freedom. Communication and time-management skills, as well as knowledge of virtual collaborative platforms, are key to succeeding in a remote fashion role.

Overall, this has been a really good year for me. I almost hesitate to say this because I know so many people have struggled in this year. But since I took my first step towards my professional career, it makes a special year for me. For me, 2020 was a year of being brave and making myself a priority. My advice for all of you is “just try it & see what happens.”

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Written By- Nikita Rajani

[Guided by-Asst. Prof. Monika Malik]


This time of pandemic was the toughest for all of us and each one was dealing with some or the other issues. I had to deal with finding an internship. Now, finding an internship during the pandemic was not an easy task to begin with, but fortunately I got one. This was a short internship which was for 2 weeks. So, here I present my blog to share my precious experience on very my own personal internship that was from 22-Feb-2021 till 8-March-2021.

Designing Process

When I was traveling for the first day of my internship, I was anxious and nervous. It was a local production house “FTWEAR” located in Pardesipura, Indore. This production house produces Indo-western Party-wear range for girls of 6-14 years age group. I learnt about the production process starting from the beginning to an end. Basically, it summed up the whole designing process for me in this span of 2 weeks. Designs were self-designed by the head of department. After selecting some of the best designs, the samples were created in-house. Right before the bulk production starts, the required changes were to be implemented on the samples for the final run.

(Image source-Clicked by me)

 Unlike the large production houses, here each worker was getting the number of pieces to be stitched. After the basic stitching, the accessorizing, the fasteners like zippers, hook, button, etc. were added to the garments.

 Garment Costing

Producing bulk of garment is tough job and so it is important to calculate the cost of one garment. While doing so it is necessary to keep in mind all the components of garment which involves fabric, trims, accessories, labor cost, machines with profit % and other expenses required to make one garment.

Stock Maintenance

After learning and working in this production house, the next most thing that I learned was about stock maintenance and. Believe it or not maintaining stock is a challenging task of all. Working in small/large scale production houses, one has to be good with numbers because stock sourcing and maintaining is the most important aspect of running a production house and ensuring a smooth designing process.

Packaging and Dispatching

 I also learned about the packaging and dispatching process like firstly the garments were ironed properly and being packed on boxes and then preparing the orders range-wise with address details of the buyers. I also had my hands on designing few garments in the form of sketches mostly for the rough part.

(Image source-Clicked by me)
Sketched by me
Sketched by me

Selling Season

The production house work before the festivity or selling season starts. Buyer buys 2 months before the festive season. For this, the bulk production starts 3 months in advance so that buyers can buy those designs prior to the festive season.

Waste garments

They also took major steps for controlling the wastage. They dispose-off the waste very responsibly and they sell the waste in per kilogram cost. Maybe the waste can be further used in making black cotton or mattress.

(Image source-Clicked by me)

(Image source-Clicked by me)

I must say working in the production house was a great learning experience for me. I learned about every minute detail, which answered all my questions involving production of bulk garments. It was a hectic work environment but getting answers to all my questions was surely a fulfilling experience. Looking forward to more such experiences I the coming journey of my career path.

Letter of Experience

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Written by- Nikita Rajani

[Guided by- Ms. Neeyati Pathak and Ms. Monika Malik]

Trend is a peak point of any activity or object which becomes popular among people or even worldwide. One of the reasons any trend is accepted by people so easily and quick is because trend is made and spread by the people only. Anything that attains popularity at specific point of time is considered as Trend. Today all of us are on social media and being regularly active on social media making anything so popular and calling that as “Trend”. For instance, making reels on Instagram is a trend. While using twitter also first we see what is trending on number 1(#trending). So, having said that people only create trend and likewise it is spreading and gaining popularity by people.

Now talking about Fashion trend, many people confuse trend with fashion. Trend can be anything like a debatable topic can be a trend, using any phrase can become a trend, new gadget in the market can become trendy. Fashion signifies the popular style, dress, accessories and even personality. Fashion keeps on changing with season and environment and so the fashion stuff becomes trend so easily but these two words trend and fashion have two different meanings. Fashion and trend are the major topics nowadays and so both are used interchangeably. Fashion trend is the popular and trendy aspects of fashion and its industry, like Power Suit in 80’s or color of the season and so on.

 There are mainly 4 types of trend- Macro trend, Micro trend, Mega trend and Fad. Some trends become popular for 3-5 years, some trends go away within a year or even a month, some trend go and come back after few years. But there is trend that became a trend and change the society and sociology aspects called as Macro trend.

Macro trends are slow paced trends but had a great impact on large population and society also known as global trend. Macro trends are important because they are managed by global power which have great impact on all of us – the ways of economical force changing globally, population changes over generations, environmental pressures, and much more. Macro trend are slow paced because we all know introducing any new change in the society due to the need and betterment of the people. Let’s look at some of the examples of macro-trend.

The two main examples of macro trend that we witness today are- Denim and Social media.

Denim: Denim was basically introduced for labors because of its sturdiness. Since all the men were on the war during World War 2, so women were the one who were working for their livelihood and so they started wearing denims and gave up on the regular long dresses. It was time of freedom to wear the comfortable and light dress for women.

Since 1950 till the date denim is such a fabric that is never out of fashion and is the fabric that is worn by all the classes- be it elite group or upper class or even lower-class people everyone is wearing denim. Denim popular for everyday casual-wear and also styled up for party.

With changing technology, denim had changed with the demand and technology. Like- when the skinny and body-hugging dress were on demand, denim introduced as skinny jeans. Not only denim was used as bottom but also worn as top & skirts, denim is available in so many different variety and styles.

 Now people are so obsessed with denim that maternity denim dress are also popular in market. Hence, denim has come long way with creating a huge impact on society and even on fashion world.

Social media: Today each one of us are on some social media. People are connecting with each other being on different places through social media like Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, Instagram and so many.

The main purpose of social media was to connect the people but now this have become new world altogether. Now social media is a platform for business also, people are making a good amount of money through social media.

People are showing their talent and are actually getting reorganization. Not only this, social media is now used as a medium to spread awareness and give messages. As said before, social media is another world where we spend more than half of our time scrolling feeds, doing business, showcasing talent, learning new stuff. Today we are the witness of the pandemic that hit last year. Not only economically we were disturbed but our education system was also unstable but thanks to social media platforms that all the students were getting their education through online classes.

Some other examples of macro trend:




Macro trend are the here to shape the market to benefit the society. No one can predict the future but future can be invented as per the need for change that is why macro trend has huge impact on the people across the world. The next major macro trend we can observe is the Sustainability, which is coming up slowly and steadily.

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Written By- Namrata Jaiswal

Guided By- Ms. Neeyati Pathak and Ms. Monika Malik

Fads are activities or objects that are popular with a group of people over a short period of time. We can also say that fads are crazes because they are often seen as sudden, quick-spreading, and short-lived.

Fads may be anything like diets, clothing, hairstyles, music, dance, toys, and many more. As consumers, we identify whether a fashion trend is acceptable or not.

For example If you wear a new outfit or accessory and it gains popularity then you may consider it fashionable. Likewise fads become fashionable but only for short period of time.

Let’s see Some examples of fads:


Parachute pants were one of the biggest fad examples. Peoples went crazy when parachute pants became so trendy but it did not leave for so long and does it become fad.


Crocs were becoming very popular among teens, kids and also among adults. The main reason behind the crocs became very popular that they are light weight, comfortable and also available in so many different colors which is attracting lot of youths. But due to lack of verity of design and style eventually crocs was also considered as fad after some time.


Making Dalgona Coffee during lockdown was a trend worldwide and it went viral on social media like tiktok and Instagram within days for a small period of time, which is why it will considered as FAD.


Shoe flip fashion was one of the most fun fashion trends on the Instagram. Everyone aced it and it was so entertaining to watch. With the flip of a shoe, we saw amazing talent not only in models but everyone flaunted with their unique sense of fashion. After few days it became a fad.


Make-up artists, celebrities, musicians and other utilized this time under lockdown with live sessions. Celebrities held live streams where they would invite their fans for casual discussion. As the lockdown was over, trend of live session decreased.

As a consumer we determine whether a style is accepted or not. Other fads example from past are platform shoes, leather pants and paper dresses.

So you can see there isn’t a group of designers who decide what will be fashionable or trend. We are the one who decide what will or will not be accepted.  

So we are keeping our eyes open for next fad to rule the internet anytime.

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Written By- Annu Taneja

Guided By- Ast. Prof. Monika Malik.

Getting an audience is hard. Sustaining an audience is hard. It demands a consistency of thought, of purpose, and of action over a long period of time.

Bruce Springsteen

Social Media Influencing is what I love to do, but every since I have taken the decision of considering it as my profession we have been stuck in this deadly Pandemic. Keeping yourself motivated through tough times is one of the many steps towards success. And that’s exactly what I did during all this time.

As soon as lockdown was eased out, I started getting offers for shoots. Initially, I was too scared to go out in such a scenario, but I found my courage and grabbed the opportunities which came my way.

I started my year by collaborating with a Makeup Artist. She approached me via Instagram to be her model for a shoot. Have a look at the final photographs:-

I have also collaborated with a small jewellery brand called SHADES OF HAPPPINESS BY NEHA and here are the results:-

And then one of the most talented Photographer of my city approached me for a shoot. This was my golden opportunity and I grabbed it with open arms. I had such an amazing experience which can never be described in words. I saw a different side of myself which I thought never existed. I guess the Quote “Moving out of your comfort zone and trying out new things is the best way to grow” makes so much sense to me now. I feel extremely proud of myself for doing something which I usually wouldn’t have thought of.

Final Photographs:-

Captured By- Anurag Shastri [ Instagram- @awarraa_hoon ]
Captured By- Anurag Shastri [ Instagram- @awarraa_hoon ]
Captured By- Anurag Shastri [ Instagram- @awarraa_hoon ]

I also shared my experience with an Instagram post. Have a look:-

Fashion has always been my first love and the passion I have towards Styling is unmatchable. Instagram recently added a new feature known as REELS. I decided to take the upmost advantage of the feature and started posting fashion reels on my feed. I have been consistent with my work and I have received my results, I gained 300 followers in a month. My reach is better then before, I have started getting more and Infact some really good collaborations to look forward to.

Links to my Reels:-

All I can say is, this is just my beginning. I am glad all of this content is shot and edited by me without any help. I have learned so much about the right lighting, angles, space designing, the art of choosing the right music and many more such things. I am extremely determined towards my goal and I have chosen my path, i.e., CONSISTENCY to achieve it.

Follow me on Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/stylewati/ [ @stylewati ]

I hope you learned something from my experience so far….!!!

So, NEVER SAY NEVER and Grab that opportunity before its gone…!!!

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Written By- Annu Taneja

Guided By- Ms. Neeyati Pathak and Ms. Monika Malik

What are Trends?

When a certain thing creates a “buzz” and is followed amongst the masses it is considered as a Trend. For example: Buying an iPhone is a trend for today’s generation. Trend is never fixed to a specific category and is flexible.

For example: After Priyanka Chopra Jonas wore a 23-meter veil for her wedding, wearing a long trail became a trend.

A trend is nothing but a general direction in which something is developing or changing. In this world of social media is something is in trend it is the matter of many posts.

Trends are basically of 4 kinds, Fads, Micro Trends, Macro trends and Mega Trends, all of them have a different lasting time.

Micro Trends

Micro trends are also known as ‘Market Trends’ because it is decided by the market. An micro trend usually has a life of 3-5 years. These trends are extremely active, diverse and appears one after the other very quickly. Micro trend is nothing but a growing group of people who share an intense choice towards a particular thing.

Examples of Micro Trends

Socks/fishnets with high heel sandals:- wearing socks/fishnets with high heel sandals was a huge trend look which took place at the end of 2018 and is still very much alive.

Facebook:- Facebook is a social- media platform which earlier was a niche service used only by a group of students, but it ended up being a major driver to the whole social-media movement.

Corset belts/ Waist corset:- Wearing broad corset belts was a huge trend led by the celebrities and influencers of the Instagram which created the buzz amongst the masses.

Huge Sleeves:- Recently playing around with the sleeves have become a trend. Bigger is better..!!

We live in a world full of trends and consciously or subconsciously we do fall for them, In fact we are the ones who create them by following them.

Hope now you are ready to be TRENDY…!!!

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My First Boutique Client

Written By- Namrata Jaiswal

Guided By-Ms. Monika Malik

The most courageous act is still to think for yourself aloud- well said by Coco Chanel.

Following the same line of thinking I had exciting yet slightly anxious experience of making a client happy. With the very first order, I received in the amidst of covid.

This client who came up to me had a requirement of a quirky Anarkali dress for her pre wedding occasion, a ceremony called “Roka”. I want to preface by saying that this experience was not necessarily a tutorial but the whole process from learning the client’s needs till the finished product was delivered, turned out to be a great learning experience.

It all started with a phone call a month back when one of my closest friend expressed her desire to have a fabulous Anarkali for her sister’s most important day. And she was struggling to find the similar design which she had on her mind. So, I suggested her that customization is the solution. She approached me if I could help her put the ensemble together and without giving a second thought I said yes to her. I looked forward to customize her dream piece at the same time, I had butterflies in my stomach because this was a huge responsibility for me and I knew that I was ready to meet the expectations of my client. So, I had a conversation with her sister just to know my client better. After learning her side of requirement I analyzed her needs and started referencing the designs for her Anarkali dress.

Keeping her body type in mind I shortlisted the cuts and shape which would be favorable for her. Also simultaneously I took her measurement, and then went to the local market in Indore to gather the fabrics, trims and other essential items for my client’s desired dress.



As soon as the referencing and sourcing part got over, I started drafting the pattern on brown paper as per my client’s measurement.


To remove all wrinkles, fabric was steam ironed properly and then laid out on the work space placing the pattern draft on fabric in order to cut the fabric.


Image Source: Done by myself
Image Source: Done by myself
Image Source: Done by myself


Image Source: Done by myself
Image Source: Done by myself
Image Source: Done by myself

The compilation of my construction process is briefly put together in this montage.


Some of my working skills are as follows

Image Source: My work
Image Source: My work

The major difficulty I faced during the construction process was, making gathers from 8 meter of fabric was not an easy task. Managing the volume of 8 meter of fabric with such a first hand experience was a great learning for me. After putting the volume together with the main bodice and putting all pieces sewed together it turned out to be a beautiful upper garment, nearly as close to I expected it. Putting a dori and customized latkan beautifully completed the overall garment.

After the upper garment was ready, I started sticking beads on the hem of the anarkali and on the duptta. Then I sewed a beautiful silver lace over the edge of duptta to complete the ensemble. With this the construction process was completed.

Now another task was to package it properly like a professional. Therefore I ironed the anarkali and packed it for shipping. As soon as the dress dispatched all I did was eagerly waited for my client response.

After a couple of day’s she received her order, I was thrilled and moved by her response. She not only loved the dress but in fact told me that this is exactly what ‘dreams- turned into reality’ looks like.

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Client feedback

And after receiving her reaction, I gained a great deal of confident towards my professional goal. I was not only happy but thrilled to go through the entire process and butterflies in my stomach were so worth it.

I hope you had a great experience while reading about my experience…..

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Chill Behind The Scenes

behind the scenes
Image Source: https://isuwannee.com/2015/10/behind-scenes-7.html

Written By- Annu Taneja


People are vulnerable behind the scenes. The front of the camera and the back of it are two entirely different worlds. The front portrays beauty and calmness but the back is hot, angry, messy and what not!! We all know how beautiful everything looks on social media, RIGHT? But have you ever given a thought about what and who makes it look that perfect and beautiful? Let me share my learnings.

Recently I was offered an internship of a product stylist. Basically, my job was to handle the creative photography of the products. Products were Women Bags including Clutches and Potlis. I had to make sure that the photos turns out elegant and eye pleasing. This was a weekend based small internship.


On the first day of my internship, I didn’t knew what I was doing and what’s happening at all, it was so overwhelming. I came back home unsure about myself and my career choices, but I didn’t give up.

Day 1

I then started doing some research, studied more and more about product styling, do’s & don’ts and what not. The next day I went to the studio well prepared, with all my props I knew I will be needing. That day I was well aware of what’s happening around me, and I was so active and well prepared, just knew what I had to do.

What I learned from this experience is always do your research and go well prepared with all your props, because props are everything. Choosing the right prop is also a task because it will either enhance your product 100times or will make it look extremely dull. I’ve also learned the importance of perfect lighting and how much it matter. Thanks to elements & principles of design, studying this particular subject made it so much easier for me to style these products beautifully while keeping all the design elements in mind.

Have a look at the final outcomes:

Captured By – Rahul Thakkar / Edited By- Himanshu Singh / Product Styling- Annu Taneja
Captured By – Rahul Thakkar / Edited By- Himanshu Singh / Product Styling- Annu Taneja
Captured By – Rahul Thakkar / Edited By- Himanshu Singh / Product Styling- Annu Taneja
Captured By – Rahul Thakkar / Edited By- Himanshu Singh / Product Styling- Annu Taneja

Overall it was such an amazing learning experience for me, I have learned so much and most importantly I have learned what really happens behind the scenes. I look forward to more of such fun and creative experiences in the future…!!!

Until then…..Don’t forget to style it as you like it ❤

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Written By- Namrata Jaiswal

Guided By- [Asst. Prof. Monika Malik]

Workflow is a sequence of tasks which is used to complete the project successfully. Workflows are the paths that describe how project is completed sequentially to achieve an outcome. Before starting any project or process you need to create workflow, because you should know the necessary task for the specific process.

Here I will discuss workflow of designing a garment.

For designing a garment  you need to understand many things, like; the ranges of colours, complementary colours, decorations, fabrics, compositions of colours as well as fabrics, trends, garments, etc

Creating a garment is something very thoughtful and organized, and then we will number the different steps that we usually take to create a collection.

The Concept:

The process of designing a garment starts with an idea which comes from a designer or from the customer (if the garment is custom based then the inspiration come from the customer itself), but still it’s your job to bring the idea of designer or customer into the reality.

Taking Measurement:

The next step is taking measurements, if the garment is custom made; you need to take measurement of the customer, Or if you are making a garment for the standard size than you already have the measurement chart of different sizes.

Fabric Selection:

Fabric selection is an important thing before the completion of pattern because you should make the necessary changes according the type of fabric. Select fabrics based on your theme / need and give specific details on your fabric by dyeing, printing, embroidery etc.

The Patterns:

Measurements are taken, fabrics are selected, now it’s time to draft patterns for a specific design using pattern making tools and apply pattern making principles to it. This is the most important step for any garment construction. Once a pattern is ready then you can also graded pattern for smaller and larger sizes.

Fabric Cutting:

Now it’s time to lay down the pattern on the fabric, keep some points in mind:

  • Firstly lay large pieces and then adjust small pieces between large pieces.
  • The length of the garment should be parallel to the selvedge of the fabric.
  • Be sure pattern is placed on the correct grain.
  • And most importantly check pattern or print of fabric. Before cutting make sure the design runs in the same direction throughout the garment.

Cut the fabric keeping these points in mind and then trace the outline of pattern on the fabric


The pieces are sewn together along with concept and details. Then garment is inspected to make sure all the pieces are sewn well.


After a garment is fully sewn and assembled, next step is garment pressing that gives a final finished look to garment. Now it’s ready for your customer.

Packaging & Shipping

The last step of your garment making process is packaging and shipping your garment to your customer.

These are the steps involved in workflow of garment design. Workflow has the ability to incorporate the complexities of a process and provide clarity. So you can use this for any business . It provides many benefits for any organization.

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