Did I tell you about Freehand Cutting?

Hello sewlover,

So in a couple of weeks, I will be giving a public training on Freehand Cutting on telegram. The training is going to last for three weekends(Friday, August 14th to Sunday, August 31st, 2020)

For those who do not know what “Freehand cutting” is, it is that method of cutting that involves creating styles and designs directly on fabric and cutting them out. It is one of the most popular and conventional method of cutting. Unfortunately, not many people understand how it is done. There are schools of thought who see Pattern drafting to be much easier than it.

But unlike Patterndrafting, it is economical, saves time and makes the whole sewing experience adventurous, like you can literally change your mind in between the cutting process and sew something different. You can not do that with Patterndrafting

So in this class, you will learn:

  • How to take accurate body measurements for Freehand cutting
  • Principles of Freehand cutting
  • Freehand projects like
    • Aline blouse
    • Off shoulder blouse
    • Pencil skirt
    • Circle skirt
    • Six pieces skirt
    • Peplum hem dress
    • Six. Pieces dress
    • Etc


Visit https://wp.me/P5PzwQ-4Vg to book a slot for the class and get 20% discount off the original price of N2,500. This promo ends August 2nd,  2020.

For more info or enquiry, call/whatsapp +2348030971467 or Chat now with a Live Agent

Published by Quincy

Hi, I'm Quincy, a fashion designer, gist and story writer...Welcome to my blog.I hope you find a home here...kisses!

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