Martwayne | Power Through Fashion: Want to cut your production time in half? Then ditch the paper and pencils and go digital!

Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Want to cut your production time in half? Then ditch the paper and pencils and go digital!


This picture made me laugh when I saw it!  But yes!  We tailors now use laptops!  :-D I spoke about it on our radio show on 98.9 Kiss FM on Friday and you should watch it!  I tell you this is the way to go!

Ok... so I realized that whilst promoting this Course (and I must confess, I don't think I really promoted it that much), I never really spoke about the benefits of the Course.  So you are probably thinking... "why go digital when I can use my pencil and paper" right?

Ok... check out this scenario...
Example of a Digital Pattern and the Sewn Outfit



You make clothes for people and draft your patterns manually.  Imagine if you could do this on the system just once!  And next time someone else comes, you input their measurements and voila, the pattern comes out in their own size!

OR you run an in-house clothing production unit creating clothes in standard sizes.  Oh... imagine the torture of having to grade each pattern one by one when with just a few strokes, your work is done!

I can safely speak for myself when I say I have to be physically and psychologically prepared for pattern-making!  Having to search for paper, pencils, erasers and all what not or WORSE discover that I am out of paper is like the worst thing!  But now... you can simply work on your dining table in front of the TV.  Life does not have to be so tough anymore! :-D

And this is just a SNAP SHOT of what this course has to offer!  You can work across international boundaries as well.  I have 2 people who have reached out to me asking me to create patterns for them.  So this is you starting a new career as a pattern maker! 

Okies so ditch the pencils and paper and switch to digital patterns on your laptop!  And save yourself the headache and backache as well!  Register for our Pattern-Making & Grading with Computer-Aided Design.  

Please click on this link to watch the video about me talking about this Course.  It starts from 1:20

SO details about the Course?!  I'll give it to you just now!

The course begins on Tuesday 4th of July 2017 and it will hold on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10am - 2pm.  It is in 2 parts:

Part 1 is the Pattern Making bit.  It lasts for 5 weeks and costs N80,000 including your training materials except, of course, your laptop.  That you need to come with.

Part 2 is the Pattern Grading bit which is where you increase or reduce in size.  This will last an extra 3 weeks and costs N40,000 if you registered for Part 1.  

If you want just this part of the Course, it will cost N50,000 and it includes your training materials.  But to be honest, this limits you to just the manual grading portion because we can't start teaching you about the digital workspace in Part 1. Please bring your laptop.  Oh... if you use a Mac please contact us before you register.

And that's it really!  Easy peasy!  Trust me you will love this Course!

Registration is easy!  Simply pay the fees by bank or online transfer into the Martwayne Limited 023 710 3843 account in any GTBank OR

you can simply click on any of these links to register.  It takes you to our Paystack payment portal :-D




Excellent!  This tech age is making life so much easier! :-D

SO!

If you have questions, please reach out to us on 0818 395 8856, WhatsApp: 08097876075, E-Mail: twilliams@martwayne.com or martwayne@gmail.com or via Blackberry: D8E9802C

Oh. PS.  You need to be familiar with Pattern-making to register for this Course.  If you are a beginner, you can register for any of our sewing courses.  They all include pattern making.

Fabulous!  Please tell everyone to tell everyone!

I look forward to you joining us!  

Have a great day ahead!

PPS.

Watch out for details of our other courses:

-  Design & Fashion Illustration with Computer-Aided Design
-  Basic Fashion Course for Juniors (ages 9-16)
-  Short Course in Childrenswear.


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