Students choose the materials among those available at the school and then they start using the gross patterns to cut materials, reinforcements and linings.
With the help of teachers, they learn how to use the splitting machine, couple the materials with the right reinforcements using the water-based adhesives available in the sample room and then to trim the final parts of the bag using the net patterns.
First of all, students create the parts of each bag that then need to be finished on the edge with raw cut, folded or stitch and turn. Then they start stitching to obtain the semi-finished pieces: handles, top pieces, pockets sewn to the lining face, etc.
Each student carries out his activities at the working desk to make the faces, the bottom, the gussets, the pockets, the linings, the handles, the shoulder etc.
To complete the prototype each student must complete the assembly using the stitching machine stitching and by hand finishing. In particular, with learn how to work some details – such as hand sewn lock stitches – that are typical of high quality bags.
The final objective is to understand and experiment all the phases of the bag making that lead to the creation of bag with typical “made in Italy” quality