Tailoring (FASH 1159)

Tailoring is now more accessible to both professional and home sewers, thanks to modern developments in technique and technology. In this course, students will construct half-scale samples to understand and document the tailoring process. Students may simultaneously work on a full-scale jacket at home, or keep the samples and instructions for future projects. This course requires learners to have intermediate sewing skills. If you have successfully completed FASH 1154 Beginner Sewing 1 or FASH 1118 introduction to Industrial Sewing Machines (or have other relevant experience) you may use our industrial sewing machines. Otherwise, you are welcome to use one of our domestic machines, or bring one of your own.

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