425 East Broad St, Front Entrance, Westfield, New Jersey, 07090, United States
Westfield Fall Beginner Class 2022 September 22, 2022 - November 17, 2022 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Have you ever dreamed of becoming a fashion designer? Your dreams can come true! In all of our classes, we walk you through all of the fashion design steps and show you what it takes to be a fashion designer.
Thursdays for 8 weeks, Sept 22, 29, Oct 6, 13, 20, 27, (no Nov 10) Nov 17 Makeup date Dec 1
Beginner 4:00-5:00pm (ages 7-10)
Fee $245.00 includes fabrics, trims and use of sewing machines.
No sewing experience necessary. Co-ed classes.
Class includes fabrics, trims, and sewing supplies as well as use of sewing machines.
Registration (min max) if any: Min 5, max 9 students
Time to switch out your summer wardrobe with new fall styles! We have the perfect sewing project to add to your Fall wardrobe: The hoodie dress or tunic! This project is perfect for beginners or even advanced beginners who are looking to grow their fashion sewing skills. This project is also perfect as the weather cools off, and we are going to teach you how to make it! We will also create matching scrunchies and other accessories as the time allows. You will start with sketching and rendering your design. Measuring, pinning and cutting out your design. Already know how to use a sewing machine? Great! We’ll help you sharpen your skills. No sewing experience, we’ll teach you.
The class fee includes all fabric, trims, notions and use of the sewing machines. Sew your garment together then fit the design to work for you, lastly finish the design. At the end of the classes we will hold a fashion show to share with your family.
So, come join us for this fashionable class experience with Fashion First Workshops! We’re always busy learning, having fun and meeting new friends!
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About Our Fashion Classes
Our students [Fashion Designers] start with the sketch (croquis), technical details, choosing and rendering the fabric, learning the proper way to make a pattern, including measuring each other, understanding the importance of this process and the fit of the garment. They learn how to pin and sew using a sewing machine. Then, they sew the entire garment including the final fitting. Finally, on the last day of our camp, we hold our Fashion Show. No sewing experience necessary. All fabric, supplies, and use of the sewing machines are included.