Sewn products manufacturing technology (Seamstress)
Aim: To provide students with knowledge and skills in sewing and clothing manufacture technology, modeling of clothing, choice of textile and its classification, technological, physical and chemical properties, fabric characteristics and options for use.
Outcomes and results: After successfully completing this course, students will be highly qualified personnel in the sewing industry – tailors capable of working in sewn product manufacturing companies or in custom workshops, design and model clothing, process knots and details of sewn products using the appropriate materials, equipment and processing techniques according to the requirements of speed and quality of work.
Technical sewing regulations;
Hand stitches and stitches;
Varieties of closures in clothing;
Types of fastenings in shoulder pads, belts;
Varieties of neck shapes;
Types of finishing (technological processing);
Collar shapes and their processing;
Technological processing of trousers;
Steps in outerwear stitching;
The acquired theoretical and practical skills will be improved in qualification practice in companies.
Job experience: 30 years
Fashion designer. From 2013 to 2016. Eastern European Cultural and Business Relations Bachelor's degree. From 2017 Master of Arts in Intercultural Relations. 2003 - Leonardo Da Vinci programma. 3 months internship with German designers Simon and Hofman in Hamburg. Modes dizainera sertifikāts. In 2007, she graduated from the University and received the specialty of a teacher education in the profession of tailor (Profesionālās izglītības skolotājs). 2017 - Erasmus + programma. SIA “Mācību centrs plus”. 5 days internship at Sew in Brighton Adult Sewing Teaching School in Brighton. Modes dizainera sertifikāts. She returned and improved her program “Makslas pamati apģērbu šūšanas tehnoloģijās”.