Many elements contribute to the look of a garment not at least the finish. This course is vital if you wish to develop your construction skills to produce garments to a professional standard. Each term will focus on the difficult and challenging features of garment finishes. You will produce your own reference work of samples notes and hand-outs.
A different set of techniques is taught each term: Autumn: Sleeves, Sleeve Finishes and Cuffs, Spring: Neckline Finishes and Summer: Garment Details (e.g. pockets, hemlines and waistlines). Each term exists as a separate course and can be taken as such or you may wish to enrol on more than one to develop your skills to a higher level. It is essential that you read the entry requirements carefully before enrolling on this course.
You must have achieved an advanced level in constructing garment and working with patterns, this course is not suitable for beginner/intermediate levels.
Refunds are not available on this booking. Start dates may be amended on request.
The tutor will present examples and samples and discuss their construction. There will be demonstrations of techniques, handouts and other visual resources that will be used to support this work.
Teaching will be in groups and on an individual, one-to-one basis. You will practice methods taught by the tutor’s demonstrations and class discussions. , In order to ensure that you make the best possible progress on your course, you will have regular feedback from your tutor, in a constructive and supportive environment., Attendance and punctuality is crucial.
You will not achieve the desired learning outcomes if you cannot attend fully. You must inform your tutor for the reasons of any lateness or absences.,
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6 weeks (1:30pm to 4:30pm)
Next available date
22nd April 2021