Intermediate/Advanced Sewing (7th-12th)
Teacher: Jamie Miller
Description: All sewing classes are designed to introduce students to a range of sewing skills. Our hope is if they have fun in class they will have a desire to sew on their own after they have completed the class. We do not have any outside homework. All projects will be completed in class and are required to stay in class until completed. Finished projects will be taken home.
This Advanced Sewing Class is intended for students who are ready to expand on beginner skills they have already learned. The student will be required to read patterns and encouraged to understand them as they progress to the more difficult and advanced projects. The number of projects will be determined by the student’s pace and the speed at which they comprehend the skills being taught. Advanced sewing students will be introduced to new sewing concepts such as collars, cuffs, zipper insertion, sewing buttons on with a sewing machine, button holes and twin needles.
Class Length: 16 weeks
Prerequisites: Previous sewing experience is necessary. All patterns are available for use in class, but students will need to provide their own fabric and other supplies needed.
Supplies: Each student will need to bring: sewing machine, fabric scissors, seam gauge, seam ripper, measuring tape, straight pins, pin cushion, marking tools and fabric for each project. Each project will have will have a list of additional items needed. We do have extra sewing machines available for students to use. (Quantity is limited) You will need to reserve one when you enroll if you need one for your student. The rental fee is $25 per semester. We allow students to bring a Serger to class along with their sewing machine. They will need to take both machines home each week.