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Fashion Design

In this course, students will learn basic hand sewing techniques and become familiar with a sewing machine. They will familiarize themselves with different fabrics to incorporate into multiple sewing projects.

Fashion Sketches
- Portfolio Prep

In this course, students will learn industry-standard fashion illustration techniques as well as develop their own personal styles. Portfolios will consist of a moldboard, trend board, and fashion renderings of a mini collection.

  • Student needs to prepare their own fabrics & materials.

  • We continue to accept students throughout the semester, and the tuition will be adjusted accordingly to the time of registration.

Portfolio - Fashion
- Portfolio Prep

In this course, students will learn industry-standard fashion illustration techniques as well as develop their own personal styles. Portfolios will consist of a moldboard, trend board, and fashion renderings of a mini collection.

Prerequisite: Fashion Sketches

Intro to Sewing
- Adult Continuing Education

In this course, you will learn basic hand-sewing techniques and become familiar with sewing machines. You will become familiar with different fabrics to incorporate into multiple sewing projects. Working knowledge of  and awareness of the finished garment and how to construct it. You will learn the techniques needed to create basic details in a garment and enjoy a new source of design inspiration.

  • Hand sewing (running, back, and whip stitches)

  • Button and applique sewing 

  • Understanding the workings of an at-home sewing and serger machine 

  • Understand sewing patterns 

  • Practice sewing techniques through multiple projects throughout the term

Sewing Basic
- Adult Continuing Education

In this course, you will learn basic hand sewing techniques and become familiar with sewing machines. You will become familiar with different fabrics to incorporate into multiple sewing projects. Working knowledge of draping and pattern making; the awareness of the finished garment and how to construct it. You will learn the techniques needed to create basic details in a garment and enjoy a new source of design inspiration.

  • Hand sewing (running, back, and whip stitches)

  • Button and applique sewing 

  • Understanding the workings of an at-home sewing and serger machine 

  • Understand commercial sewing patterns 

  • Practice sewing techniques through multiple projects throughout the term

Advanced Sewing
- Adult Continuing Education

In this course, You will continue to strengthen sewing techniques through becoming familiar with Commercial patterns and an at-home serger machine. You will learn about different fabrics to incorporate into a more indepth commercial sewing project. Learn sewing and fabric terminology of patterns and materials:  the awareness of the finished garment and how to construct it.

  • Understand commercial sewing patterns 

  • Read pattern instructions with full comprehension

  • Understanding the workings of an at-home sewing and serger machine  

  • Incorporate serging of all pattern pieces 

  • Experiment with different fabrics

Prerequisite: Intro to Sewing

Cutting Fabric
Pattern Making 1
- Adult Continuing Education

This course is for students ready to expand their knowledge from commercial patterns to drafting pattern pieces from basic blocks. Students will create pattern blocks to fit their personal person. Once blocks are formed, students will manipulate the patterns to make their own unique garments. The instructor will guide lectures and demonstrate how to build students’ patternmaking knowledge. This course will briefly cover illustration to portray design ideas. 

  • Learn how to build basic blocks/slopers

  • Manipulate blocks

  • Draft patterns

  • Use critical thinking on how to sew garments together

Prerequisite - Advanced Sewing or should be able to confidently thread a machine, whined a bobbin, and sew a 4 corner spiral.

Pattern Making 2
- Adult Continuing Education

A continuation of Pattern Making I, this course will continue to strengthen sewing techniques through an array of projects.

  • Learn how to build basic blocks/slopers

  • Manipulate blocks

  • Draft patterns

  • Use critical thinking on how to sew garments together.

 

 

Prerequisites: Pattern Making 1

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