Textile Designers are involved in the process of creating various fabrics with the help of different designs, prints, woven, knits, and materials. These designs are often wearable or even for certain spaces.
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Good sense of colour, texture, patterns and fabrics
Knowledge about the process and techniques
Understanding and keeping up with trends
Working with tight deadlines and a budget
Good with communication and teamwork
Eye for detail
Huge industry with massive opportunities
You get to source your fabrics to high-end fashion brands
A small scale business can be set up
Satisfaction of seeing your fabric transform from fibre to cloth to garments
It is a creative process with a range of options - weaving, tie and dye, printing, pattern making, embroidery, etc.
Traveling to places and understanding the crafts made by the locals
Technology keeps evolving
Can be labour intensive
Long working hours
Exposure to chemicals used in the process
Keeping up with the evolving trends
GOT WHAT IT TAKES?
Furniture and Home Decor
Enjoy working with colours, patterns etc.
Like to follow trends in the fashion industry
Good with communication and collaboration
Interest in the process of how cloth is manufactured