Garment Making - Indian Festive Clothes

Course Syllabus

Learn fashion designing course that will teach you to curate garments for every festive occasion. With this fashion design course, you will learn to make many kinds of ethnic garments such as anarkali suits, gowns, lehengas and so much more. So, if you also want to make royal & classy clothes then join our textile designing course and learn from experts.

  • 30 lessons with study material

  • Fun and interesting practical assignments

  • 6 months - One year of access to course

  • Access to expert faculty for doubts and guidance

  • Receive a starter kit with materials to get you started

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  • Introduction to Indian Ethnic Wear

  • Gathered gown - drafting, cutting and sewing

  • Knife pleated gown - drafting, cutting and sewing

  • Box pleated gown - drafting, cutting and sewing

  • Circular gown - drafting, cutting and sewing

  • Gown variation - drafting, cutting and sewing

  • Yoke gown style 1 - drafting, cutting and sewing

  • Yoke gown style 2 - drafting, cutting and sewing

  • Short pleated jacket - drafting, cutting and sewing

  • Straight-cut jacket - drafting, cutting and sewing

  • Gathered jacket - drafting, cutting and sewing

  • Handkerchief-cut jacket - drafting, cutting and sewing

  • Variation jacket - drafting, cutting and sewing

  • Drape gown - drafting, cutting and sewing

  • Saree gown - drafting, cutting and sewing

  • Grading patterns

Learn to create many types of looks for different occasions by taking the full course.

Create many types of looks through personal styling, hair styling and make-up by getting the complete course.
You can pay the total fees of 7999/-


or you can choose our instalment plan below.

First Instalment of 4999 to be paid at the time of Enrolment

First Instalment of 4999 to be paid at the time of Enrolment

Second Instalment to be paid after two months

Second Instalment to be paid after two months

Payment can be made through cash on delivery

Payment can be made through cash on delivery

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Create Many Types of Clothes, Jewellery & So Much More

Create Many Types of Clothes, Jewellery & So Much More

Get Certified & Start Your Own Business

Get Certified & Start Your Own Business

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Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is a garment making course?

Garment Making course is one of the categories of fashion designing that is offered by Hunar Online Courses. Through the help of this course you can learn to design a variety of clothes like, saree blouses, men’s casual wear, kids & baby clothes, festive wear, Indian and western clothes and much more. You can learn from anywhere at any time.

2. Which is the best online course in fashion designing in India?

Hunar Online courses is one of the best online courses that is offered in India. It offers various creative courses like Garment Making, Jewellery Designing, Bag Making, Baking and much more. Its aim is to make the women of India financially independent and empower them. You can learn the course of your choice at very affordable rates and can pay instalments for your fees too. After the successful completion of your course, you get a certificate from NSDC and the Govt. of India as well.

3. What is the process of making an Indian traditional wear?

The process of making an Indian traditional wear is the same as the process of any other attire. The only difference is that an Indian traditional wear consists of intricate designs that consumes little more time to get ready. The process starts with selecting the fabric. One should inspect the fabric thoroughly before the making of any type of dress. Then mark the design and cut the fabric accordingly and stitch it to give the shape of the designed outfit. Make sure you check the quality before and after stitching. If required, repeat the stitching procedure to ensure that the fabric is secure. Your Indian traditional wear is ready.

4. What is the salary in fashion designing?

The salary of the fashion designer varies with experience. If you are a fresher, who is just starting out you can expect a decent salary of Rs. 20,000 to Rs. 25,000 INR. If you are a fashion designer with great experience and creativity, there’s no cap on your earnings.

5. How can I start my own boutique business?

For starting your boutique you need to have a clear idea about your target audience. Start with creating an online site and setting a logo for your brand. Create a portfolio of your work and display them on your website and across different social media, so that people get an idea about what you can create and it also helps to gain their trust.

6. What are the steps involved in starting the boutique business?

Start with creating an online website and accounts on different social media and display your work across the website and the social media. Once you start receiving the orders, set up your stock and fix a payment method as well as the shipping method.

7. What is the best niche to start a business?

While starting your boutique business depends on what you are best at, Indian traditional wear is considered as one of the most profitable niches.

8. How can I improve my Indian fashion style?

Take a look at the latest fashion trends and create your wardrobe accordingly. Several Indian wear can be worn casually as well as for special occasions. Try on different things and get an idea on what suits your style and then purchase clothes as per your style.

9. What is the basic rule of ethnic fashion?

Never follow a trend blindly. Analyse what style suits you the best and wear clothes according to that. Make sure that your clothes fit you properly and are not too tight or too loose. Wear matching accessories! They can add a charm to your look in an instant.

10. How to dress up for an Indian festive season?

There are a variety of Indian ethnic wear like, saree, lehenga, anarkali, salwar suit, palazzo suit and much more that can be worn in the festive season. You must select the one that you think fits the occasion the best and accessorise it according to your outfit to complete your look.