MM100e8 Textile Design
Location: Indianapolis Art Center
Room: Cultural Complex
Aug 27-Oct 22, 2012
Meets 6:00 PM-9:00 PM
(Member Discount Available)
Status: This program is completed
Beginning students will learn how to read a pattern, take body measurements, do seams and seam finishes, create a pattern layout, and complete a simple garment. This class is great for anyone who has never touched a sewing machine. The more advanced students will complete a lined garment while learning how to set in sleeves, shoulder pads, buttons and button holes, as well as how to use fasteners and closures. Instructor email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Instructor -- Ruby Ballard-Harris
BS, Home Economics, BS, Actuarial & Interior Design, and MSW, Purdue University. Her work has been displayed at the Detroit Festival of the Arts, Atlanta Black National Art Festival, Carmel International Arts Festival, Indiana State Museum and in Broad Ripple. Ruby has taught at the Art Center for over 12 years.
For any questions regarding this class and/or supply list, please contact the instructor: Email Ruby.
- All students will work at their own pace, so should bring their own machine (it will be needed during the first class).