Dressmaking and tailoring courses, classes and workshops taught all across the UK. Learn the techniques of making clothes: designing and creating your own bespoke garments is a great skill. Most of us don't wear custom made clothing (at least not everyday) but how nice to achieve that perfect fit, with just the style, colour and texture to suit you. A dress maker usually specialises in womenswear whereas a tailor will concentrate more on formal attire (for both men and women). The tools of your trade will be thread, a tape measure, tailor's chalk, dressmaking pins, a few hand-sewing needles and a good pair of dress-making scissors. Browse these dressmaking and tailoring courses around the UK and start an enjoyable as well as useful hobby, pastime or career!
Weekly sewing & dressmaking class, Mondays 9.30am to 11.30am (school term time only). Suitable for all abilities, beginner to advanced. If you haven't used a sewing machine before you are still welcome to join the class as we can cover the basics in the first class and then you will pick up further skills and knowledge as you progress through your project. You are welcome to discuss your project with the tutor in advance of...
Weekly 'sew whatever you want' Stitch classes with Sew In Brighton sewing school. Central Hove classroom on Church Road.
Tues and Thurs 10am-12.30pm
Mon, Wed & Thurs 7-9.30pm
Most weekends Sat or Sun - see website for exact dates and times
Block book to save money, then choose your own dates, not necessarily consecutive.
Get expert support on your choice of sewing project; cover the content of most other...
Fashion and design workshops for kids, in Redditch. Several afternoon and evening slots available - contact us for availability.
A weekly session where you can learn to design and make your own clothes, either from scratch using commercial patterns or revamping old clothes. All garments made can be showcased on the catwalk at the NEC sewing for pleasure show.
Please contact us by email or telephone to book a place!
Over 25 years of fashion,...
This morning workshop is just about zips… the different types, which to use where and taking the fear out of how to insert them.
Easy to follow instructions give you step-by-step guidance on how to insert three different types of zip: centred, lapped and concealed (invisible) zip. Each student will come away with their own samples and full instructions to refer back to.
Suitable for beginners