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Introduction to Sewing

SEW 1900

(Formerly Sewing 1) Come and discover the rewarding world of sewing in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Learn the basics about your sewing machine, sewing language, taking body measurements, fabrics, patterns, and garment construction order. This course is suited to the beginner sewer as well as those who would like to update their skills. You will learn sewing techniques that will prepare you to work in the sewing industry. By the end of the course, you will have completed a unique garment with professionally finished seams, waistline, zipper and hem. Time will be spent on achieving a garment that fits your body type.


You will need a sewing machine of your own, in good repair, in order to complete the required home assignments. The college will provide a machine during class if necessary. Please bring a notebook to the first class. Other supplies required for the course will be discussed in class. There will be additional costs depending on your choices for the various supplies.

Tuition includes a $10 non-tax deductible fee.


  • Spring/Summer - None required
  • Winter - None required

This course is part of the following program(s):

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Scheduled Dates

CRN Day Date Time Hours Location/
Delivery Method
Instructor Fee Availability
11354WedJanuary 17, 2024 to April 3, 202406:10 pm - 09:10 pm36WhitbyPatricia Romero Torres$237.16
11386WedMay 15, 2024 to July 31, 202406:10 pm - 09:10 pm36WhitbyPatricia Romero Torres$236.80
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