Ethical fashion upcycle and design








Autumn term 2022, Ethical fashion upcycle and design



Tuesday: Ethical fashion upcycle and design
Time: 7.30pm-8.55pm
Start: 27.09.22 (**Please note that the start date needed to be changed for the tutor after the flyer went to print. This is the start date and the fee has been amended to reflect the eight-week timeframe for this course**).
Duration: 8 weeks (no class on the 01.11.22)
Fee: 80 euro  (It is CDETB policy that refunds are only issued if a course does not form. Inchicore college night school will adhere to all Government regulations concerning Covid-19. Please see our terms and conditions for additional information).
Notes: If you have your own sewing machine, please bring it along. All courses are subject to a minimum number in order to proceed. In the event that a course is oversubscribed, places will be offered on a first-booked, first-served basis and a waiting list will then be created. You will be contacted in this event.

Description:

Ethical fashion upcycle and design

Time to look at your wardrobe and move from fast fashion to unique and personalised design. This course will give you the tools to update your wardrobe. Why look like everyone else? Bring your own stamp to the clothes you wear. In this course, Shauna will provide you with inspiration, skills, and the confidence to embellish, design, and up-cycle a wide variety of clothes. This can be done by hand or machine. So, if you have a machine that you don’t know how to use – bring it along or work meditatively by hand. Over the eight weeks of this course you will look at alterations, thrifting, altering, and flipping clothes, embellishments, painting and dying, turning old clothes into useful items, and creating sustainable textiles ( such as re-useable bags).

 

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About your tutor: Shauna Maher (B.A.) Communications and Creative multimedia, (QQI L6) Costume design

Shauna Maher

Shauna has a deep background in sewing, pattern drafting, needlework, and costume design. Her ethos is to be aware of the impact of textile manufacturing on the environment and find ways to have a neutral impact while creating unique and fashion-forward designs that will stand the test of time. She is a proponent of re-purposing second-hand clothes, deadstock fabric, and using all available sources to minimise waste.



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