4th - 7th Grades

Description:

BEGINNING SEWING FOR GRADES 4-7 (2nd hour)

This introductory course is designed to give your students the confidence and desire to use a sewing machine on their own. Through demonstrations, project samples and direct machine instruction students will create fun projects using simple cotton fabrics.

Students will experience the Joy and Excitement of stitching fabric together using basic MACHINE sewing techniques. Students will work on several projects over the semester. Finished projects can be used for personal use or gifts. 

 You also need to be enrolled in the 

MON. 5th Period "1st HOUR" Class. This provides for much needed 

additional project time as sewing machines can be left up and running.

A Sewing Machine is Required PER STUDENT

If you need a loaner machine, please contact me!

THROUGH PROJECTS STUDENTS WILL LEARN.......

Identifying sewing machine parts and hand tools

Machine threading and bobbin winding

Stitching types: hand and machine, buttons and closures

Ironing methods and interfacing

Reading patterns, fabric requirements and layouts (Spring semester)

Construction methods

TIME TO CUT, STITCH AND BUILD A LIFE TIME SKILL!

 

Hours 1 & 2 are priced according to Limited Enrollment of 8-10 students which will make this a smaller class!

1st hour is $145.00 and 2nd hour is also $145.00

 

 

Prerequisite:

SIMULTANEOUS enrollment in SEWING 1

Pam Strobel

 

Phone: (916) 849-1235
Email: strobel@softcom.net

Course Details

Day: Mon
Period: 6

Frequency: Once per Week
Class Duration: Semester

Course Cost:   $145
Materials Cost:   $0
Materials Required

Textbook:

none

 

Other Materials:

see materials SEWING 1st hour

Payment Information

Private Funds Accepted? Yes

Cash: Yes
Check: Yes
Paypal: No

Charter Funds Accepted? Yes

Forest: Yes
Horizons: Yes
Inspire Charter School: Yes
South Sutter: Yes
Visions: Yes

Instructor Biography

Curiosity for color and design started as a young girl who wanted to be able to make her own Barbie clothes. The thrill of being able to put together pieces of fabric and colors, that I choose myself, started me on an incredible journey. Whether it was those simple doll clothes, a high school prom dress or a tailored coat, I knew I could develop the skills to make a garment that no one else had. As a graduate of FIDM in L.A. (Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising) I acquired additional technical skills in the fashion industry. With my focus on design and construction, I was then able to offer my designs skills and products to small boutique shops in the southern Calif. market.

Since that time I have had the privelge of teaching over 500 local adults and youth the art of sewing. Working with private home schoolers has been a thrill and joy for me as I help build their skills and confidence in this area of focus.