Garment Construction Training Led By Industry Experts Who Teach Basic Sewing, Design, Pattern-Making, and Tailoring Techniques
Community Training Institute: As Part of SoHarlem's committment to developing a workforce to become gainfully employed in the garment construction industry we offer this program to local community residents in need of training and employment. All applicants must be interviewed and vetted for this program and to receive scholarship. The training is ideal for individuals with minimal or no training skills in sewing but passionate about learning this trade and becoming gainfully employed in the garment construction business. Local residents who successfully complete the training program have the opportunity to become paid Apprentices in our Designers' Studio. Interested or know someone give us a call at 212 222 2792 or email us at email@example.com.
SoHarlem also offers Sewing Classes for General Public on Saturdays:
These classes are best suited for:
The sewer by providing the basic ability to “read” patterns and understand pattern pieces, the ability to work on specialized industrial machines and the ability work on woven and knit fabrics as required.
The pattern maker, the basic ability to learn draping, flat pattern making and muslin making.
The designer by providing the basic ability to go from draping to completing a first sample.
The novice who is interested in learning to sew as a hobby and learning basic sewing techniques.
To join one of our sessions: Please Send us an email, firstname.lastname@example.org or call our office 212 222 2792 to keep you posted on our next session.