Fashion – Turn to the Left
This year for Teen fashion camp we will take it up a notch! This year there will be a few patterns the students can choose from!
PJ pants, Gym City Shorts, Tee Shirt, Skirt or basic dress! This camp is 4 days – 3 hours a day!!!
I will have all types of ribbons, lace, buttons and such for students to choose from to decorate their makes!
Day 1 – Students will choose what pattern they will make. They will choose from the City Gym Shorts, Pj Pants, A simple dress, Tee shirt or skirt! We will go over reading a sewing pattern, how to find the right size, what will be needed to complete the garment (fabric/notions). We will talk about seam allowance, interfacing, marking our fabric, how to find grain and more! The first day will be all about learning how to use a pattern and students will get to design their garments.
At the end of class, each student will be sent home with a supply list for the next day in class.
Please make sure to wash your fabric and have all supplies before Day 2.
Day 2 – Students will start cutting out and marking their fabrics! We will start sewing our garments together and talk about trims/additions to our clothing. Construction will begin.
Day 3 – Students will continue to sew together their garments. Fitting and trims.
Day 4 – Students should have very little sewing on garments today and we should have time to make a zip pouch or a small tote!
Then fashion photo shoot around the building and outside!
What to bring:
Depending on the project that the student picks, I will send a supply list home with the students on the first day after they choose what they will be making.
The supplies will need to be purchased for the following days class. Please make sure to prewash the fabric.
Sewing Machine and extra bobbins(or use mine for free, just make a note at checkout if you would like to use mine).
What the studio will supply:
Trims, buttons, lace, elastic and binding
Tracing paper for pattern
Handouts – garment tips and tricks
Extra fabric for accessories if students get done early.
Here are some fantastic beginner patterns!