Denver - Cool Tricks takes Manhattan with Kenneth D. King July 14



Based on his newest CD Book, Kenneth will demonstrate and students will construct samples of their favorite techniques.

This book is available for purchase. The outline of the book-

Tips:

  1. Improved Seam Roll
  2. Sewing with the bobbin thread
  3. A new scarf edge
  4. Sewing inside curves to outside curves
  5. Cutting loosely-woven fabrics
  6. Boning from the hardware store
  7. Recycling/Upcycling a jacket
  8. Restyling worn coat edges

 

Techniques:

  1. Working with lame’ fabrics
  2. Staying necklines and armholes
  3. Staying curves with crossgrain muslin
  4. Inside miter for Hong Kong binding
  5. Bias binding to finish armholes and hems
  6. Lapped seams on a sweater
  7. Seams in bulk fabrics
  8. Double cloth patch pocket
  9. Double welt pocket for felted wool or leather

 

Drafting and construction details:

  1. Moving fare in a skirt
  2. Skirt fly front/pocket stay
  3. Surgeons; cuff
  4. Cut-on gusset-Norfolk jacket
  5. The action back jacket
  6. The loden coat
  7. Flange yoke detail
  8. The hybrid lapel facing
  9. The stand-away collar

A $25 Kit fee will be collected at the classroom.


The workshop will be held at the
Holiday Inn & Suites
6900 Tower Road
Denver, CO 80249


Call 888-233-9450 for reservations

Attendees have a attendee rate of $159 for Single or Double Occupancy.

Skill Level:
Advanced Beginner
Requirements:
Sewing machine and sewing tools such as scissors, pins tape measure.
Instructor:
Kenneth D. King is a professor at F.I.T. (Fashion Institute of Technology) in New York and the Sewing and Design School. Kenneth won the Association of Sewing and Design Professionals' 2013 Lifetime Achievement Award. He is known for his articles in Threads Magazine, his books, CD books, TV show (�Sewing Today�), and "Jean-ius" an online class at www.craftys.com , as well as his excellent teaching skills and his dashing personal style. He teaches workshops in Moulage, a French method of drafting and constructing a body double and bodice, jacket and overcoat slopers, Sleeve Drafting, Trouser Drafting, Designer Techniques, Cloning your Favorite Garments, leather and fur construction techniques and countless other techniques.

Denver - Cool Tricks takes Manhattan with Kenneth D. King July 14

Cost:
$ 225.00
Lunch is included