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Introduction to Hacking Patterns (1st class)



Learn the basic steps of hacking a sewing pattern into a different designs.  Students will practice on paper patterns that will be provided at the class.

This class is great for men and women, ages 13 and above.
Skill Level:
beginner
Skill Details:
No sewing skills are needed.
Materials Included:
Paper Patterns, rulers, paper scissors, scotch tape
Requirements:
A 3 ring binder to hold all of your pattern designs
Instructor Name:
Ryliss Bod
Instructor Bio:
Ryliss Bod is the Founder and Director of the Sewing & Design School and has extensive experience teaching Fashion Construction and Design at a Washington State Technical College. She instructed courses for both continuing education and career training in all levels of sewing construction, home d├ęcor construction, fashion accessory construction, fashion design, fitting & pattern alterations, pattern-making, textiles, history of fashion and quilting.

She received her teaching degree in K-12 grades and studied art, clothing and textiles at Central Washington University, pattern-making and CAD at Gerber Technology, fashion design at the Paris Fashion Institute, pattern-making and construction techniques with Kenneth D. King and countless others.

Throughout her career she developed workshops and fashion shows, hired instructors and conducted fashion and fabric shopping field trips to Portland, San Francisco and New York. Ryliss has been a Contributing Editor at Sew News Magazine, Threads Magazine, judge for the 2014 RAGS Benefit, Make it With Wool and the Washington State 4-H Dress Revue and host of Instagram's Sew Photo Challenge #sewApril2017 through #sewapril2022. She may be contacted at ryliss@comcast.net.

Introduction to Hacking Patterns (1st class)

Cost:
$ 75.00