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Our guide to pattern cutting training courses

If you’ve seen the Great British Sewing Bee, you’ll notice that mastering pattern cutting is one of the most important skills when designing clothes. Pattern cutting courses are perfect to help develop basic techniques involved in the production of dresses, waistcoats, hats, shoes and even bras. On most of the pattern cutting courses, you’ll learn to draft patterns and construct garments using conventional and inventive techniques. At the end of most courses, you’ll walk away with your very own bespoke item. Whether you’re an amateur or professional, you’ll acquire the skills required in the industry. 

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Pattern Cutting with Anjum
Pattern Cutting Workshop (Booked online with Hotcourses)
by Claire Beth - June 2015

Anjum is a patient teacher, and I really enjoyed learning with her. In my first lesson I learnt all about how to take measurements and make up a pattern for a first garment. I will most definitely be continuing my pattern cutting learning with her. Excellent value and a brilliant teacher! :)

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