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Class Code
CD300
Module Title
Up-Cycled Clothing
Venue
Bloomfield Centre
Town
Narberth
Day
Friday
Start Time
10.00AM
End Time
3.30PM
Start Date
13-04-2018
End Date
28-04-2018
Other Date(s)
14-04-2018
27-04-2018
Tutor(s)
Mckay, Lynne J(Miss)
Fees
£120.00 / Concessions: £100.00 / Fee Waiver Fee: £10.00
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Brochure Text

This new course will up-lift the design of your wardrobe. A `no tacking? course, just free sewing. With an eco aware slant to the course, you will be designing articles of clothing you thought you would never be able to do. Start collecting garments from boot sales and charity shops to up-cycle. Students will work from a simple up-cycled bag through to an article of clothing and develop design skills along the way. Regard will be paid to the different types of fabric and their unique qualities. Students will be required to work on projects between sessions so will need the use of a machine between sessions. Spaces are limited to 8 but you can bring machines to class if the course is full. Please state if you will be bring your own machine to class when booking. On completion of the course, students may be invited to present their articles for sale to an eco fashion co-operative called Co-Create.

Please see the following webpage for further essential information:
https://www.aber.ac.uk/en/lifelong-learning/art-design/artletters/

Note

This module is at CQFW Level 3

Content

This new course will up-lift the design of your wardrobe. A `no tacking? course, just free sewing. With an eco aware slant to the course, you will be designing articles of clothing you thought you would never be able to do. Start collecting garments from boot sales and charity shops to up-cycle. Students will work from a simple up-cycled bag through to an article of clothing and develop design skills along the way. Regard will be paid to the different types of fabric and their unique qualities. Students will be required to work on projects between sessions so will need the use of a machine between sessions. Spaces are limited to 8 but you can bring machines to class if the course is full. Please state if you will be bring your own machine to class when booking. On completion of the course, students may be invited to present their articles for sale to an eco fashion co-operative called Co-Create.

Note

This module is at CQFW Level 3

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