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SEWING - REUSE FABRIC MAKE ITEMS FROM OLD JEANS

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Course CodeCourse NameVenueDayStart TimeEnd TimeStart DateEnd Date  
23LB415PREUSE FABRIC - MAKE ITEMS FROM OLD JEANSLOUGHBOROUGH LIBRARYWed10:00 AM12:00 PM17/04/202422/05/2024Available for enrolmentsAvailable for Enquiries

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Course Summary
To repurpose jeans to prevent them going to landfill. They could be used to create fabric baskets, plated placemats, gardening aprons, bags, coasters, cushion covers. You are only limited by your imagination.

Experience/Skills Required To Join This Course
The complexity of the final item will be dependent on the level of ability. You must have recent experience of using a sewing machine as you will not be taught how to use a machine/thread up a machine.

What Is The Course About?
The aim of this course is to reuse jeans in a creative way. This course is supported by the Love Your Clothes programme. www.loveyourclothes.org.uk and aims to work towards reducing the carbon footprint of fast fashion.

For The Session(s) You Will Need:
Jeans to be repurposed, multiple pairs could add contrast of colour and texture. Matching thread and a basic sewing kit (small scissors, unpicker, hand sewing needles). There may be other notions needed depending on the projects chosen, for example zips or buttons.

Additional Costs And/Or Resources:
Thread Trims/buttons e.g bias binding, buttons, sequins, motifs PLEASE NOTE: Any additional costs that arise for resources needed will be paid for by the learner, including scissors. We do provide some basic resources ie sewing machines, thread, bobbin cases, pins, however we find that most learners prefer to have their own supply of these to suit the project they are working on.

How Will I Know How I Am Getting On?
Written & photographic records · Feedback from the tutor · One to one & group discussions. Peer assessment. Learner diary

Teaching And Learning In The Community
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