Sewing class hosted by A Neat Touch
Two session course
Unit 16, Ravensbury Terrace, SW18
Are you confident on the sewing machine? Can you sew at a reasonable speed? Have you successfully completed a few dressmaking projects and would like to learn some new techniques to bring your sewing to the next level and gain more confidence? Join us in Wimbledon for this advanced class.
In this class
The course is designed for those who have made easy garments in the past and are ready to move to truly tailored garments using facings, invisible zips and learning how to set sleeves and different techniques and stiches.
You will learn how to read, cut and work with patterns. With our help, you'll gain the confidence to apply professional finishing techniques to garments sewn using different type of fabrics.
At the end of the classes you can take home with you the garments produces during your classes. Materials can be provided but if you have a specific project in mind please feel free to bring fabric and patterns if needed.Â
The class will be personalized to your skill level and techniques needed for your upcoming projects. You will be allowed to work with professional sewing machines including automatics, overlock and binding machines.
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After two weeks you will get to keep whatever you make in the class.
Queen's College, Oxford, has an old tradition of presenting scholars with a needle and thread, telling them to "Take these and be thrifty".
Unit 16, Ravensbury Terrace, Wimbledon, Earlsfield
Unit 16 Rufus Business Center
A Private Sewing studio specialising in sample creation for various designers and personalised sewing classes.
Being born into a family of seamstresses, Antoaneta started out her career in the fashion industry even before she finished her high school. Having been raised with a love for creating cloths and a sharp eye for detail she moved on to graduate from University with a Degree in Garment Technology. She started out developing her career while working for several Italian designers including Magia and Micelle Elite, creating formal wear and wedding dresses.
By 2010, Antoaneta moved to London and started working for a local bridal boutique as a part of the fitting and machinist team. She then transferred to Mark and Spencer's sample team in the heart of London with duties including the creating of first samples and advising on the best ways to construct samples.
This then led to the start of her freelance career as a sample machinist for various designers across London such as Tom Ford, Alexander Mcqueen and Victoria Beckham.
From 2013 she opened her own private sample studio with the goal to transfer her knowledge and expertise to others and at the same time to continue creating sample garments for designers across London.
Any class can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase. See cancellation policy.