I like to teach based on how you learn best. Is it step by step? Is it demonstration first? Maybe its trial and error? I like to do what it takes to help you learn and even try new methods if one ins't working.
I am an Image Consultant experienced in design, garment repurposing and hand embroidery. Taught by instructors at the famous Mood Fabrics and F.I.T in NY. Offering sewing lessons where you will construct an accessory or garment from start to finish.
I'm a very hands on teacher, because that's the best way I learn. I've taught and worked with students at various levels for the past 5 years. They have really shown me how to adapt my lessons to the needs of the student.
I have a Geography degree from Portland State University with 20 + years of mapmaking and drawing, a Geology degree from PSU with 15 years of soils identification, rock and stratigraphic analysis. Knitting and Embroidery are my hobbies of 10+ years specializing in fitting. ESRI ARCGIS master and able to train and get you going to the end. Autocad and technical drafting. Map making and design.
Graduated high school did a couple years college in math and basic programming, and have lived through almost anything you can imagine so my experiences have taught me alot I am also a caregiver so am willing to work with most that some do not wish to work with and am very patient Thank You for considering me
You’re never to old to learn to sew! Safety first, learn the basics, sharing knowledge, creating beautiful quilts, having fun.
I instruct by demonstrating the techniques involved. The students also create their own garments whit my help in the process.
High school 4 yr graduated,Clark college 2yr,graduates,ivy 2 yrTEXT,iupui 3yr..6 yrs university.
My teaching will come from videos. I will post videos that can help you learn a particular technique. I will break it down step by step.
I would go over the subject and ask people if they have any questions. Once we receive the question we will go over it together.
I give a basic overview to the student and prepare an assessment to determine what the student already knows. From there I focus on the knowledge that needs to be taught. I believe that students learn in different ways and therefore it is important to include many methods including demonstration, projects, design and even engineering. I like to customize to each student as much as possible.
I have a degree in Fashion Design from Parsons School of Design, BFA and MFA from Otis College of Art and Design. I have taught fashion design and illustration for three decades in LA and I also teach Master Workshops internationally.
My teaching method is mostly hands on learning and auditory learning.
I completed my Bachelors in Family and Consumer Science education which qualifies me to teach a variety of courses including clothing construction. My lesson structure is a combination of lecture and hands-on sewing work. I love creativity and have a passion for sewing, I specialize in clothing construction but I am also well versed in alterations.
Lessons will cover basic terminology and techniques, types of machines for specific projects. We'll discuss modern sewing patterns (pdf patterns), traditional store-bought paper patterns, basic troubleshooting for your machine and when to get regular maintenance. Student will choose type of project they wish to start with.
I tailor my style of teaching to your goals. Together we will take your idea from paper, to pattern, to mock-up, and at last, to a finished product. While you learn, I will provide visual aids and often work along with you, so you can see how certain things are done, and you can ask questions as we go.
I am a dedicated crafter with a passion and love for " making " things over. I begin by looking at a piece of furniture and the purpose it will serve.
I have been sewing and serging for most of my life. Although self-taught, I am very well versed and create custom costumes, cos- play and Western Show clothes by commission. I can help you learn to use your machines and become a better sewer.
Seasoned fashion designer who has worked in USA and Europe, graduated from Parsons, FIT and St. Martin. Understand all the nuances and elements in design and arts and can help determine if this is the field you should be exploring or to merely get you over the hump of a difficult situation.
My teaching method includes guided practice and then individual work. I like teaching to be hands on for the student.
My teaching method is "I do, We do, You do". I can give lessons to any level of experience in crocheting, including how to read patterns. I am very detail oriented and will help anyone with any questions they may have.
My teaching method is hands-on and detailed we will evaluate the things you are interested in, begin to understand it and develop the skill through a project. I am willing to teach anyone excited to learn.
My classes are all about you! With bachelor's in education, I have experience teaching all ages to find and reach their passion.
My name is Nora Berry I live in Simmesport, La. and went to college in Business Administration/Accounting at AIU Online, and I accomplished my Bachelor Degree. I tutored for two years with all kinds of kids that was fast and slow of learning, because I have a lot of patient with people in general.
My teaching method is to start from the basic skills and knowledge of hand sewing then move to more complex methods and the uses of different stitches, needles, and threads. After an good understanding of hand sewing I move to machine sewing.
Sewing is a hands on learning experience. All skill levels are welcome. We will work through a project, of your choosing, from start to finish. Whether you have never used a needle and thread or you want to create that special piece. Lessons can be tailored for your unique needs.
I'm 21 and I've been sewing and quilting since I was 15. My mom is a professional seamstress and she is the one who taught me to sew. In high school I made quilts that won blue ribbons at the life stock show and were auctioned off. That's how I was able to save money for college. I absolutely love hand quilting. There's so much room for creative freedom and it's really relaxing.
Hello, I pass on my beautiful job of seamstress with the education, the pedagogy and the rigor necessary to those who want to learn for the first time, to improve, and preparation for exams. - To prepare his model, to choose are fabrics to cut, to heat, to iron, to build, to assemble, to try, to rectify, to adjust, to surjeter, to sew etc ...
Sewing classes for all levels BEGINNERS: learn to use the sewing machine (flat seamer / Overlock) strong foundation of learning and achievements of samples, small projects ... INSIDER: delivery models, working from a pattern sewing, modeling base, learning different sewing techniques, finishes ...
HSIAO Yuyen ________________________________________ Nationality: Taiwanese Email: ________________________________________ (concealed information) Training 2016 Graduate School of Arts and Techniques of the 3rd year fashion (scenic creation, jury prize) 2012 School of the Chambre Syndicale of Parisian couture 3rd year (styling and model) 2010 CFLE (French Centre for Foreign Language) at the...
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