Utilizing the skills gained in introductory sewing, students will move on to basic 3-D garment construction. This class is specifically created for students looking to gain professional sewing skills. Through classroom demonstrations, students will learn how to work with real production patterns towards the completion of a pencil skirt and circle skirt in a fabric of their choice. Skills covered include sewn darts, a sewn kick pleat, centered zipper installation, inserting a lining, hems, basic pattern making skills, and waistbands. Upon completion of this class, students will confidently sew with professional precision.
Saturday section; 10-1 pm
May 4, 11, 18, June 1, 8, 15
May 8, 15, 22, 29, June 5, 12.
Instructor: Zoey Hudson
BFA Fibers and Textiles Studies University of the Arts
Prerequisites: Completion of MADE's Introductory Sewing Course or equivalent