In the fast-paced world of fashion, dressmaking is a crucial skill to cater to consumers’ unique preferences. Recently, the BTLED 3 class at CTU-Tabogon Extension Campus, under their instructor, Mrs. Alerica B. Frias, successfully concluded a clothing construction project. With unwavering passion, the students showcased their talents in designing various garments, including skirts, pants, and blouses with collars. Their skilful craftsmanship resulted in a breathtaking collection of garments that exemplify the beauty of dressmaking.
Equipped with the knowledge gained from their Clothing Construction course, the students embarked on a creative journey, investing meticulous attention to detail while designing garments that enhance one’s grooming and fashion choices. Their commendable performance was a testament to their dedication and hard work throughout the learning process, culminating in visually stunning products that exceeded expectations.
The process of altering garments is a complex and time-consuming endeavor. It demands patience and skill to ensure that each piece meets the highest standards. This activity emphasized the importance of recognizing the beauty of tailoring and the ability to customize garments, satisfying individual preferences, and elevating one’s style.
Words by | Eza Donato