I am a preschool teacher and arts and crafts director at a day camp for the past 17 years. Working with my hands has always been my number one joy. I started a sewing program at camp several years ago and am always surprised at how fun and rewarding it is to see young children complete a project they have created.
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.
I learned from my mother when I was very young. Started sewing Barbie clothes of my own designing at age 10. I made my own wedding dress my last year in high school for my junior project. Graduated a year early at age 17. I worked for Elder Beerman doing alterations when I was 18 years old. I designed western shirts and skirts for over 12 years.
I have been sewing since I was 9 years old in 4-H. I went on to refine my sewing and teaching skills as A Home Economics major in college. I have worked with all ages teaching sewing to individuals and small groups at after school programs, Viking sewing center, Jo Ann fabrics and in private homes.
I prefer to use a variety of methods keeping my student’s needs in mind. I tend to focus a lot on hands on, demonstration, and other interactive methods.
I concidered teaching Home Economics but when I went back to collage to finish my bachelor's the option was no longer available. Tell me what you want to learn and I will customise a program just for you. Beginner or advanced. Clothing, costuming, interior design, Sewing-Embroidery-Quilting.
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.
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 prefer to teach the basics and then learn what my students are interested in. I find it to be much more successful to teach somebody how to work a pattern they have chosen than to have them practice on swatches.
Graduating with 7 scholarships to college, the bulk of my education has been obtained through teaching hands-on for twenty-six years. From classical ballet, to substitute teaching middle school economics, I'm a "Jack-of-all-trades". Formal education included 2 years of college, 15 months of internship at a private school, and continuing my education on my own.
I started sewing when I was 5 years old after I was given a metal red sewing machine for Christmas. I have taken classes as a teenager through high school, learned from older women in my neighborhood and from experience. In recent years I have watched 100s of videos on youtube. My experience alone over the years is enough to warrant the advice and help that I can provide.
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.
I am a holistic teacher of craft and have had years or experience creating by hand. I have a college degree in Psychology and English and so I understand people and how to explain steps clearly. These lessons will inspire and simplify.
I believe that people need a visual idea of what they are doing just as much as a verbal lesson
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 ...
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...
I love to make things. Create, say to my friends "I made that". I'm picky and like things tailored to my body, my needs. I do not like consumerism or produce waste. I avoid disposable things. I Love REUSE. Professionally working with mathematical abstractions and then I feel a need to have a hobby "to make things", to "thinking with my hands.
I am a very patient teacher, i believe in repeating & showing the student different methods as not all students/learners, learn at the same pace I also provide small video clips for clients when needed, plus i give handouts and assign homework tasks to each learner, I have over 25 years experience working within the fashion industry on many levels, and now I am passing on my knowledge and...
My course is for anyone who wants to learn sawing, costume history, different techniques. Whether you are totally beginner or a professional, I will be delighted to share with you my experience and my passion, whether in the ready-to-wear, haute couture, woman's wears, men's wear or for children.
I have a thirty-year experience in the clothing industry started by opening a ceremonial dress making workshop that I distributed throughout Sicily. I personally took care of designing the collection and pattern making, of finding all the necessary and managing the workers. At the end of this adventure I continued sartorially making wedding and formal dresses.
My teaching methodology is very analytical. Use concepts to explore your personal creative side. Help you discover potential you didn't know you had! Using the basics of fashion: elements of fashion, colour componenets and fashion history create balanced designs. Learn fashion history to adapt with fashion over the years and know up coming designs that will work with current trends.
I learned knitting before writing, using a sewing machine before moving my patent and design my own dress to my tray. Strong of these experiences, I would like to pass on some. I can offer professional development workshops such as workshops for beginners, group or individual.
My practice involves tailoring, draping, zero waste cutting, quilted embellishment, corsetry and working with recycled textiles. From beginner to advances sewing and construction tutorials with the support of great resources and projects tailored to your interest and project goals.
I can provide in-depth advice when leading towards the design development of sketches and brainstorm ideas towards building up a portfolio of work.
My teaching method is to make learning fun and make the impossible possible! I believe that with help always on hand you push yourself to do the unexpected and make unusual decisions as you know mistakes can be corrected with my help.
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 ...
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