Certificate in Textile Knitting Course

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Knitting is a method by which yarn is manipulated to create a textile or fabric, often used in many types of garments. Knitting creates multiple loops of yarn, called stitches, in a line or tube.Knitting has multiple active stitches on the needle at one time.Knitting is a process of using long needles to interlink or knot a series of loops made by one continuous thread. Each loop or knot connects to another one, and when enough loops have been made, the result is a flat piece of material called a textile. To cover another basic definition, a textile is a fabric material made by interlacing natural fibers like wool or cotton, or synthetic fibers like polyester. Most textiles are made either through knitting or a process called weaving, in which vertical and horizontal threads are interlaced on equipment called a loom. Knitted materials tend to be more elastic and have more give than woven materials, which tend to be tighter and firmer.Knitting has been around for a very long time. Scholars think it was probably invented in the Middle East around the 5th century CE, and then it spread to other parts of the world. It can be done by hand, or by a device called a knitting machine that uses many steel needles mounted on a frame called a needle bar. The machine simply mechanizes the process of pulling threads through loops to create stitches. Machines can be round or horizontal. They can be small or large circular machines that take up an entire room.

Eligibility : Matric / F.Sc./Grade 12  
Duration :  Six Months  

SCHEME OF STUDIES :

Module 1: Introduction to Hand Knitting

Module 2: Pattern Development

Module 3: Introduction to Crochet

Module 4: Pattern Development ( Crochet)

Module 5: Carry Out Wool Knitting

Module 6: Carry out Crochet

Module 7: Embroidery-Embellishments

Module 8: End Products

Module 9: Develop Professionalism

Module 10: Quality Control and Safety Precautions

Module 11: Internship