Textiles and Fashion - Textiles: Calcutta House CM2-01, CM2-13 and CM2-14 Fashion: Calcutta House CM5-03 and CM5-04
Zenith Garment by Courtney Harley.
Resources and open access
- industrial sewing machines
- domestic sewing machines
- rug tufting
- table looms for weave
- AVL loom for weave
- arm computerized weave
- domestic knitting
- hand knitting (large needles)
- industrial knitting machine
- digital printing
- heat press
- heat transfer printer
- princess pleater x 2 machines
- overlockers x 2 machines
- dye room
- eyelet machine
- hat blocks
- cutting tables
- pattern master
- graden rules
- pattern drafting tools
- pattern cutting equipment
- pantone directory
- dye room
- digital print
- soft furnishing
Textiles: Calcutta House CM2-01, CM2-13 and CM2-14
Fashion: Calcutta House CM5-03 and CM5-04
Textiles: Claire Whelan
Fashion: Jalonta Cerniauskiene
Please see the schedule for access times.
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Thursday, 14 December, 3-8pm
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