Introduction To Bag Construction

Introduction To Bag Construction

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Introduction To Bag Construction is a six-session workshop course that teaches students how to do paper mock-up, pattern-making and actual bag-making. By the end of the course, the students will have completed four different bag projects.



November 6 - December 11  | Saturdays | 2:00 - 4:00 PM 


Course Structure: The workshop will be done via distance learning through applications like Zoom and Google Classroom. It is advised that parental/adult supervision is provided to support the learning needs of students. 


Session 1:

Lecture on Types of Bags, Anatomy of a BaG (terminologies of bag parts), Materials

Instructions/demo of paper mock-up for a tote bag



Session 2: 

Lecture on Principles of Bag-making


Session 3: 

Presentation & Critique of  Project 1


Session 4: 

Presentation & Critique of  Project 2


Session 5:  

Presentation & Critique of Project 3


Session 6:  

Presentation & Critique of Project 4

Lecture on Basic Costing


Faculty: Chris Cera 

Certificate of Attendance will be given to each student who has successfully completed the program.

Non-Refundable & Non-Transferable. Please be informed that once the Workshop has started payment for the program will be non-refundable and non-transferable.

Name Registration. In order to properly enroll to the Workshop the name to be registered should be the name of the student.




- Stable internet access

- Webcam 

- Laptop/Desktop or Tablet

For the 1st session:

  • cartolina - about 6 pcs for the whole course
  • cutting mat - 600 x 450mm
  • steel ruler - any size
  • scotch or masking tape - 1/2" wide
  • measuring tape
  • pencil, eraser, scissors
For the bag making proper (student can choose among the main materials):

  • canvas, linen or other thick fabric
  • synthetic leather
  • genuine leather
  • needle, thread, sewing machine (optional)
  • adhesive (rugby)
  • cotton or nylon webbing strap
  • metal accessories (to be discussed and optional)