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Course - Clothesmaking - Level 2

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  • Entry requirements
    You should check the level of this course to see if it matches your ability. To have the desire to learn new skills
  • Course description
    This course is for intermediate who want to make clothes to a high standard and learn new skills
     
      At the end of the course you will be able to:
        - ? Make clothes for yourself or others from a list which includes, TOPS, SKIRTS & TROUSERS, JACKETS & DRESSES. ALL USING ADVANCED PROCEDURES.
        - Choose appropriatr patterns & fabrics for your projects.
        - ‘read’ a pattern, to lay & cut out fabric.
        - Use advanced techniques which include making up & setting in a two piece sleeve, making up & applying a two piece collar.
        - Have knowledge of a welt & patch pockets which will be demonstrated and can be applied to your garments.

        Learners are required to supply all patterns, fabrics, interlinings & linings and a work box of sewing equipment (list of equipment supplied at first session) learners have the use of sewing machines, overlockers, irons & metal rulers in the workroom. Typically £40. if you have no equipment already

    Course Structure:
        Classes typically have about 12-14 learners working on their own assignments. There is a weekly demonstration to introduce new procedures

    Course resources:

        You will have the use of all equipment in the workroom which includes:- SEWING MACHINES, OVERLOCKERS, IRONS & METAL RULERS. You will have access to the learning Centre in Putney & Tooting. This includes the use of computers & books

    Assessment:

        Tutor feedback. Student self assessment. Progress Record Homework.

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