CD-198 | Intermediate Sewing

Students will build on their essential sewing skills, while learning new skills, including Industrial Sewing Machine operations. The Project for this course is a tailored Shirt/Blouse in a Cotton or Cotton-blend fabric. Through this project, students will learn custom construction techniques to achieve a professional-looking tailored Shirt/Blouse.
Total Program Hours: 30 hours
Prerequisites: CD-592 | Sewing Essentials

Intermediate Sewing

Classroom: West Hall, Room-323, Paramus

Student Supply 

  • Pattern: NEW LOOK #6232 Misses’ and Men’s Button Down Shirt (Size A), Available at
  • Paper Scissors and Tape Measure
  • Industrial Sewing Kit: Visit or call the College Campus Bookstore at 201-445-7174 to purchase.
  • Cotton or Cotton-Blend Fabric, Fusi-Knit Interfacing, Thread & Buttons 
  • Fabric Scissors
  • Seam Ripper
  • Fine Straight Pins
  • 18” Clear Plastic Ruler
  • White or Yellow Tailor’s Marking Pencil
  • #8 or #9 Sharps – hand sewing needles
  • You may need to purchase other notions/trims for your project.

If you have any questions regarding the supply, please contact your professor, Barbara Arata-Gavere, at [email protected].

Course: Intermediate Sewing

Start Date End Date Fee
April 6th, 2024 June 15th, 2024 $450
Course Content
Intermediate Sewing - CD-198 002
Start Date End Date Class Schedule Time Instructor Location Credits/CEU's
Apr 6th, 2024 Jun 15th, 2024 Saturday 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM Barbara Arata-Gavere Paramus 3