You can’t patent a design but you can patent a textile or a component. Learn how to create your own and how to use them. These are the hot new jobs in the apparel industry! Understand how fiber-based products are manufactured, with a practical view of how to combine new elements such as polymers, dyes, ceramics and nanotechnology with fibers for unique new product development. Experience hands-on exercises and demonstrations of how key textile and fiber-based products are manufactured.
About the Instructor:
Bologna has worked as a senior materials manager for Nike since 2015. Prior to that she worked for Burton Snowboards, Vans and Earl Jeans. She graduated from Brooks College with a degree in fashion design.
Instructor:Jennifer Bologna, Senior Materials Developer, Nike
Dates/Times:Materials Development: Thursdays, Sept 16-Oct 21, 6-9 pm
Product Development: Thursdays, Oct 28-Dec 2, 6-9 pm
Cost/Cost Options:$269 or $484 if combined with Product Development
Supply List:CLASS SUPPLY LIST
Please contact the PFI Sewing Store Manager for questions about your Supply List.
FOR ONLINE CLASS:
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