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Centre of Excellence

Sewing Diploma Course

4.6 excelente 6 opiniones
Centre of Excellence

$118 $60
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GBP97  GBP49

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What will you learn?
Learn basic and advanced sewing techniques, a range of machine and hand stitching types, the equipment you need and how to use it, how to measure correctly and choose the right fabrics, how to follow commercial patterns and create your own, and how to build a business. You’ll even put your new-found skills to practice in 8 guided projects to get your portfolio started off.
For some, the most off-putting part of learning to sew is getting to grips with the sewing machine itself. The Sewing Diploma Course begins by removing all trepidation, teaching you the basic parts and functions of your sewing machine, no matter which brand you have. You will quickly learn how to operate a sewing machine, including how to thread the bobbin and thread your sewing machine, and even gain the confidence to troubleshoot any minor problems that may arise, and understand how to care for your machine.
Another area that may at first seem baffling, is the array of tools available to the sewer. The course introduces you to the basic tools and accessories that you need to have in your sewing basket and outlines what each does.
Before working on a garment for yourself or a client, it is important to take accurate measurements. You will learn how to correctly measure women and men and the importance of rechecking measurements as years go by, to allow for changes in weight or body shape.
Although the Sewing Diploma Course will teach you how to create your own custom-made projects, a great way to learn the basic principles of garment creation is by following commercial patterns. A skill every good sewer should possess, following commercial patterns, offers hands-on practice of the sewing techniques that you will use in with your own designs. This course shows you how to understand and follow commercial patterns.

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Sonia K
Lo mejor: It was a great experiement overall and I had a wonderful time. Thanks a lot.
A mejorar: All ok
Curso realizado: Marzo 2018
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Mandi Foster
Lo mejor: It was a good experience. I did two courses with them need I say more?
A mejorar: -
Curso realizado: Enero 2018
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Maryam Ahmed
Lo mejor: I have found the courses easy to follow and very straight forward to use , I'm really happy with them and will be doing along the way.
A mejorar: -
Curso realizado: Marzo 2018
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Vanda Wright
Lo mejor: I have recently just past my sewing diploma and it was very good.
A mejorar: All good
Curso realizado: Octubre 2017
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Lo mejor: Pretty easy to understand. It's an area in which I already have some experience but the course is still interesting and even in the basics I have learnt one or two things.
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Curso realizado: Marzo 2018
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¿Qué aprendes en este curso?

Design techniques
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Module 1 – Sewing Machine Basics & Your Sewing Station

  • Part 1: Sewing Machine Basics
  • Part 2: Basic Sewing Machine Parts
  • Part 3: Hand Drawn Model of A Basic Sewing Machine
  • Part 4: Setting Up a Sewing Station
  • Part 5: Troubleshooting Your Sewing Machine
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 – Tools of the Trade

  • Part 1: For Sewing
  • Part 2: For Marking and For Cutting
  • Part 3: For Measuring and For Pressing
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 – Measurements

  • Measurements
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 – Commercial Patterns

  • Part 1: Many Types of Commercial Patterns
  • Part 2: Cutting Pattern Pieces
  • Part 3: Selvage and Grain
  • Part 4: Interfacing & Lining
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 – Fabrics

  • Part 1: Fabric Types
  • Part 2: Man-Made Fibres
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 – Techniques

  • Part 1: Techniques
  • Part 2: Pinning & Cutting your Pattern
  • Part 3: Cutting & Marking Lining
  • Part 4: Ironing Interface & Lining
  • Part 5: Attaching Lining to Material
  • Part 6: Stitching Pivot Points
  • Part 7: Top Stitching Panels
  • Part 8: Joining Seams
  • Part 9: Attaching Belt Loops
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 – Basic Hand and Sewing Machine Stitches

  • Part 1: Hand Stitches
  • Part 2: Creating Back Stitches
  • Part 3: Sewing Machine Stitch
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 – Advanced Sewing Techniques

  • Part 1: How to Sew Curves
  • Part 2: Pleats
  • Part 3: Sewing Machine Buttonholes
  • Part 4: How to Sew on a Snap
  • Part 5: Sewing a Zip into a Cushion
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9 - Simple Sketching and Pattern Making

  • Simple Sketching and Pattern Making
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10 – Decorative Pillow

  • Making a Basic Pillowcase
  • Decorative Pillow

Module 11 – Patchwork Placemat

  • Patchwork Placemat

Module 12 – Patchwork Table Runner

  • Patchwork Table Runner

Module 13 – Headband

  • Headband

Module 14 – Fashion Neck Scarf

  • Fashion Neck Scarf

Module 15 – Pouch

  • Pouch

Module 16 - Pin Cushion

  • Pin Cushion

Module 17 – Infinity Scarf

  • Infinity Scarf

Module 18 – Starting a Sewing Business

  • Part 1: Finding Your Sewing Niche
  • Part 2: Name Your Business
  • Module 18 Assessment