CD-207 | Advanced Sewing & Garment Construction

Students will construct a Wool Jacket. They will use traditional and contemporary tailoring techniques such as; Hair Canvas/Fusible Interfacing, Pad Stitching and other Hand Stitches, Taping, Pocket Applications, Notched Collar, Set-In Sleeves, Shoulder Pads/Headings, and Full Lining.
Total Program Hours: 60 hours
Prerequisites: CD-592 | Sewing Essentials, CD-198 | Intermediate Sewing

Advanced Sewing & Garment Construction

Classroom: West Hall W-323

Student Supplies: Bring the supplies to the Second (2nd) class.

  • Jacket Pattern: McCall’s Pattern # M7818             
  • Industrial Sewing Kit: Call the College Bookstore at 201-445-7174 to purchase.
  • Wool Flannel or Soft Wool for Jacket
  • Interfacing/Hair Canvas
  • Jacket Lining
  • Thread to match 
  • Jacket Shoulder Pads and Sleeve Heads
  • Buttons: Sew-Through or Shank
  • Others: Straight Pins, White or Yellow Tailor’s Chalk, Tape Measure, 18” Clear Plastic Ruler, Fabric Scissors, Paper Scissors, Seam Ripper, Hand-Sewing Needles: Sharps #8, One yard of ¼” Twill Tape

For accommodations, call the Disability Services at 201-612-5269. 

Course: Advanced Sewing & Garment Construction

Start Date End Date Fee
September 7th, 2024 December 14th, 2024 $920
Course Content
Advanced Sewing & Garment Construction - CD-207 001
Start Date End Date Class Schedule Time Instructor Location Credits/CEU's
Sep 7th, 2024 Dec 14th, 2024 Saturday 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM TBD Paramus 6