Introduction to the Professional Workroom
Tuesday, June 23 - Wednesday, June 24, 2020
9:00 am - 5:00 pm with a 1-hour lunch on your own
Instructor: Susan Woodcock
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, we are not accepting any class registrations at this time.
In this two-day class, students will learn how to use professional workroom equipment including industrial straight stitch, walking foot, overlock and blind hemming machines, grommet and button press, pneumatic staple guns and worktables.
Students will learn how to cut and join fabrics, finish hems, set grommets, use an air compressor and staple guns, and make covered buttons. Included in this class is an overview of common workroom supplies that are needed to get a workroom up-and-running such as, lining and interlining, buckram, weights, thread, welt cord, scissors, measuring tools and tips for organizing a small workroom.
Class discussions include advice and resources for setting up a workroom business, sales and marketing.
The information learned in this class is necessary for taking Level I fabrication classes.
Introduction to the Professional Workroom (June) with Susan Woodcock
A minimum number of students is required. Please wait to book travel until you are notified that the class will be held as scheduled.
There is a $50 cancellation fee for any class cancelled 3 weeks prior to the class start date. There are no refunds for classes cancelled 3 weeks or less before the class start date but the class fee can be used for a future class, space permitting.