83122 Machine-knitted Textiles6cp; block: 3 hours every day from 4 December to 15 December, 9am-12pm on campus
There are course requisites for this subject. See access conditions.
No prerequisites required
This subject introduces students to constructed textiles through exploring the structural, conceptual and technical opportunities offered by knitting. The subject is practice-based and includes technical knitting processes and production using a variety of domestic knitting machine gauges.
Students are taken through basic techniques using standard yarns (provided and self-sourced), and are encouraged as they progress through creative design thinking to experiment and challenge conventions, and explore a range of materials and processes that can be used in specialist areas such as women's and men's wear or complementary design disciplines.
This subject is unique in that it is the only one of its kind offered at university-level in New South Wales, appealing to students who have a desire to create innovative fabrics with imaginative visual and material properties.
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