Dressmaking Course

Dressmaking Course

Wednesday 2 May, 2018 - Wednesday 2 May, 2018
10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Teacher: Jen Skedd
Suitable for: Adults - all levels (but basic sewing machine experience is required)

Price: £180

This dressmaking course will teach you basic dressmaking techniques so you can make your own clothes. You’ll be able to make unique clothes that fit perfectly. My focus is on learning to sew so I’ll show you techniques that will refine the look of your garment and raise your sewing game. I’ll coach you along the way in the following:

-How to choose an appropriate pattern for your level of ability,
-Taking measurements, cutting and fitting the pattern, understanding pattern markings and instructions
-Altering the pattern for a perfect fit
-Sewing tips and techniques to achieve a professional finish
-This 11 week dressmaking course will give you enough time to make a two or three simple garments such as a skirt and a top.

But perhaps you’ve already done some dressmaking and would like to tackle something a bit trickier? It’s always reassuring to have help and advice to hand. I can also show you how to copy a favourite garment. Or we can do a bit of pattern cutting so you know how to make your own patterns (experienced dressmakers)

You’ll need to bring your own pattern, fabric, matching thread, plus any interfacing, zips/buttons etc which you require to complete your project. Please bring a basic sewing kit of fabric shears, sharp embroidery scissors and pins. You’ll also need a notebook. Read my blog article on what sewing equipment you’ll need for dressmaking.

If you’ve already got some dressmaking experience, then I can help you improve your techniques to achieve a professional finish.

The class size comprises no more than 4 students so I can give everyone lots of individual attention, focusing on your own personal project and how I can help you develop your particular skills.

to book, go to: https://www.artisanstitch.co.uk/events/dressmaking-course-mornings-3/


Studio 6.03A St Margaret's House,
Sixth Floor
St. Margaret’s House, 151 London Road