each session is 60€/3h 
In this course, you will define your sewing project, desires, and needs according to your skill level. We will learn to choose suitable materials for your project and learn how to use a sewing machine. Never learned to thread a machine? or to make a bobbin? No problem! Once we learn the basics, we will practice stitching and setting the right tension on a sewing machine. At the end of this session, you will be comfortable sewing straight and curved lines, and how to properly start a stitch so that your project doesn't fall apart. 
Main Objectives:
- To clearly define your desires and needs
- To have a clear plan for finishing your project
- To have all the supplies you need to complete your project
- To understand how to thread a machine
In session two, we will learn how to take body measurements, how to adapt modifications to a basic pattern based on those measurements, how to plan your project cutting and sewing step by step, and what sewing allowance is good for. At the end of this course, you will be able to say you can read a pattern and know how to go from flat 2-dimensional paper shapes to 3-dimensional worn clothing.
Main Objectives:
- To take measurements correctly for this project
- To understand how to modify a pattern
- To define precisely the desired modifications
- To have patterns ready for the next step, cutting. 
In session 3, we will continue learning about fabric. What is the straight grain of the material? You will learn to identify the front and back of your fabric and pattern markings & notes. We will go over how to best place your pattern pieces to waste less, how to cut your pieces, and finally how to figure out what supplies, tips, and tricks you'll need to start sewing!
Main Objectives:
- To understand the concept of the straight grain of the fabric
- To cut all the pieces needed
- To set up a machine for it to be ready to sew with your specific materials
- To test sewing on scraps
4. Assembly and finishing

In the final session, you will clearly define your assembly plan. Start sewing and plan out the finishing touches. This may sound too little, but in fact, finishing a garment is the most time-consuming part! It's what differentiates a novice from an expert! We will go over quality control and modification of the final garment for fitting.

Main Objectives:

- To define the assembly plan
- To understand the order of all the assembly steps  

- To assemble the project completely
- To complete all the small finishing touches
- To do a quality control and modifications round
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