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Stacey Donn

Stacey started sewing when she was 11 years old but didn't discover her passion for patternmaking until she was 16. She had an amazing teacher who taught her the basic principles of patternmaking and from there she went on to complete a Bachelor of Design (Fashion) and a Graduate Diploma in Teaching (Primary).  She has previously taught Soft Materials at a Middle School, worked as a patternmaker, and been a patternmaking/CAD lecturer at AUT University.  For a number of years, she has been a stay-at-home mum, while raising her 3 children, and during that time has maintained her skills by working on patterns and sewing from her home studio.

1 Sunday - On 7 August from 9am-4pm

This course is a perfect opportunity to learn some basic sewing skills. You will learn how to read a pattern, how to cut out fabric, how to thread a sewing machine and change settings, basic sewing skills (straight and curved seams) and hand sewing as you work on constructing a bag. The pattern will be provided by the tutor; you will need to supply fabric, zip and thread. Students may bring their own machine or use a college Bernina).

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1 Sunday - On Sunday 14 August from 9am-4pm

Have you found a garment that fits you well and you wish you could clone it? By learning to create a pattern from an existing garment you will have the skills to do so. In this course you will be shown how to create a pattern from an existing garment. You will then have an opportunity to apply this knowledge as you work on your own pattern/s for your chosen garment/s. Sewing and/or basic pattern knowledge is recommended as you should be familiar with terms such as seam allowance, straight grain, bias, darts etc.

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