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Fashion & Sewing 101 Challenge: Sew & Style the Nina Skirt for a Photoshoot
If your student wants to be a fashion designer or learn to sew, this 4-week course covers a range of sewing fundamentals as well as vital creative skills future designers need to market their makes in an imaginative, well thought out way.
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Completed by 1 learner
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$42 per class
Meets 1x per week
Over 4 weeks
90 minutes per class
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This course is perfect for Project Hit The Runway Alumni! It is a PHRT CHALLENGE! Not a Project Hit The Runway Alum? That’s okay! Learners become the Designer, the Stylist, and the Creative Director while learning how to ideate, sew and style their own product for an editorial photoshoot that will be released to the “media” and “critics” on press release day! If your student wants to be a fashion designer or is interested in learning to sew, this 4-week program is for you. This...
The goal is to encourage designers to take creative risks that stretch their fashion aesthetic and strengthen their ability to articulate their design decisions.
I am a fashion designer & patternmaker, business consultant, and creative serial entrepreneur who has taught and mentored in many environments throughout my 25+ year career. I have taught learners of all ages about music stage performance, business, marketing, sales, YouTube, fashion design, beauty, and a host of other topics.
In week 2, students will be expected to shop for their fabric and notion. In week 3, students will put the finishing touches on the Nina skirt, collect coordinating elements, and conduct their photoshoots.
TOOLS LIST Printer Home or Professional Sewing Machine Camera Scotch or similar Tape Ruler Scissors Chalk pencil Pencil Pins Needles Tape Measure NINA SKIRT • 1 3/4 yds 59-inch cotton or poly-cotton fabric for 21.25" long skirt, 1 5/8 yds for 15.75" long skirt, and 1 1/2 yds for 11.75"long skirt • 1 yd Firm Fusible Interfacing for the waistband • Zipper 7-inch (18cm) • Matching Polyester Thread
Their completed projects, product photos, and participation in class discussions are the ultimate evidence of knowledge gained in this course.
1 hour 30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Multi-Passionate Creative Serial Entrepreneur Who Desires to Help Creatives Build Confidence & Profitable Businesses.
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
19 total reviews
30 completed classes
Hi, I'm CCO (Chief Creative Officer) Dionne. Welcome to Start-up YOU-niversity. I am a fashion designer & patternmaker, musician, business consultant, and creative serial entrepreneur who has taught and mentored in many environments...