The butterfly logo represents the transformation of becoming aware, however slight it may sometimes seem. It refers to the confidence and beauty which often appears, almost magically, with the acquisition of knowledge.
Learning takes place in a safe home environment. Parking is available and there is a security guard at the gate. A maximum of four students are taken for each class and individual attention is guaranteed.
All students start with the INTRODUCTION TO SEWING COURSE - Course 1 and progress from there. A CERTIFICATE is earned and the intention is to see this become a very desirable document. Please note that this Certificate is merely for the student's feeling of achievement! Of course any employer is interested in an applicant expanding their knowledge.
(Includes your full kit to the value of R400)
Your kit contains EVERYTHING needed to complete COURSE 1. A good pair of Fabric Scissors and some Paper Scissors is supplied by the student as these are personal preference items but can be provided for the course. Sewing machines are provided and students all use the Empisal ESM2900 to complete the course. STUDENTS ARE ADVISED TO POSTPONE THE PURCHASE OF A MACHINE UNTIL THE COMPLETION OF THEIR FIRST COURSE. (see Machine Advice for now) The second course is completed on their own machine.
The fee stated above is the total paid and there are no extras or hidden costs. If a student requires extra attention it is provided free of charge at the discression of the teacher.
For Payment Staggering see: Terms page
Take Note: Although all students will have completed the tasks, nobody becomes an expert after four hours. Students receive a 68 page full colour manual (see GALLERY) explaining everything step by step for later reference. The aim is the Exposure to a lot of Different Things in order for the student to discover what she likes doing.
8 lessons of 4 hours and 1 lesson of 4 - 5 hours
Weekdays as per Calendar at
10h00 to 14h00
Saturdays 09h00 to 13h00 OR 13h00 to 17h00
Covered in this Course
Pinning and Cutting
Working with Felt
Importance of Tacking
Decorating and Creativity
Drawstring / Elastic
Hook & Eye
6 Embroidery Stitches
2 Types of Buttons