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Introduction to Sewing & Upcycling Level 1

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Fast fashion is leading to tonnes of clothing being discarded daily which has a huge impact on the environment. On this course, you will learn how to mend, re-sparkle, personalise and transform your pre-loved clothing by learning basic sewing techniques and how to upcycle pieces to add a new life back into them.

This course will give you an opportunity to learn how to insert a zip, add a button hole and other techniques which you will be able to take with you to add a new lease of life into your pieces. You will also learn to apply different techniques by using design principles to make a unique item of sustainable upcycled clothing/ accessory.

What do I need to join?

There are no entry requirements for this course but you should bring a few pre-loved garments to use during this course. (Ideally a pair of denims and a tee-shirt)

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Course information last updated: Thursday 11th August 2022 @ 8.30am (23 hours ago)

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15th Sep 2022 - 8th Dec 2022
15th Sep 2022 - 8th Dec 2022
Bristol School of Art - Queens Road Campus Thursday,
6:00pm - 9:00pm
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Bristol School of Art - Queens Road Campus
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