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Young Fashion Designers: Design & Sew - Ages 12-16
Take an existing pattern or piece of clothing and revise it to express your personal style. Expect to complete a new pattern and a piece of clothing in this class. Two days will introduce some basic fashion portfolio skills.
Kids' or Teen Sewing class or equivalent skills
On the first day, bring:
- Paper or a sketchbook
- A small pad of tracing paper
- Pencils or other drawing materials to sketch your ideas
- Some magazines or other images of fashions you like
For Fashion Illustration, the instructor will review materials in the first class.
For Design & Sew, you may use our sewing machines or bring your own.
With instructor's advice, you will purchase your own fabric.
Recommended sewing kit:
- Class 66 bobbins (plastic)
- Dressmaker shears (Fiskars or Gingher)
- Paper scissors
- Assorted machine sewing needles
- Assorted hand sewing needles
- Common pins
- Pin cushion
- Seam ripper
- Dressmaker’s pencil or tailor’s chalk
- Tape measure 60”
- Dark and light color thread for basting
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Instructor, Schedule, and Cost
Section 1F: 10 Saturdays, 3:30–5:30 pm
Oct 8–Dec 10
$254 – OPEN
Section 1W: 10 Saturdays, 3:30–5:30 pm
Jan 7–Mar 18 (no class Feb 25) (snow day make-up Mar 25)
$254 – OPEN
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Sewing for Children & Teens
Each sewing class incorporates beginners and experienced students, with new and different projects each session. Children enjoy returning for multiple sessions, building their skills and undertaking more complex projects as they progress.