Fashion Design Portfolio Preparation

 Learn to Sew and Prepare Your Garment Portfolio

Would you like to apply to a school of Fashion Design but you don’t know how to sew?

At SewGood you will learn the basics of sewing as you start with a simple skirt to learn machine operation and proper sewing techniques. The program is very comprehensive and you will build a strong sewing foundation while making garments for your portfolio.

Graduates of the SewGood program have been accepted to both Ryerson University in Toronto and Kwantlen Polytechnic University in Richmond.

PROJECTS:

  • Skirts
  • Tops
  • Blouses
  • Pants
  • And more!

SKILLS AND TECHNIQUES:

  • Sewing machine basics
  • Sewing machine purchase recommendations
  • Serger sewing
  • Tools and terminology
  • Pattern selection
  • Fabric selection
  • How to read and follow a commercial pattern
  • Seams
  • Seam finishes
  • Proper pressing
  • Several different types of zipper installations
  • Darts
  • Set in Sleeves
  • Facings
  • Pockets
  • Collars
  • Buttons and Buttonholes
  • Sewing with Knit (stretchy) fabric

Cost: 6 hour Private Package $250 + GST

This is a special price for Fashion Design Students and is Pay As You Go.  The student is  billed for six hours at a time in advance. Once sufficient skills are learned some sewing will be done at home to save class time. Each student goes at their own pace and can expect to take regular weekly classes for several months to accomplish the requirements for their portfolio. Because the program is tailored for each individual, and everyone learns at a different pace, there is no set length to the program.