June 2014, the studio opens its doors to those who wanted to learn how to use their sewing machines and how to follow commercial patterns. Since that day, the studio has developed instruction for the advanced students of Fashion Design.
Kathleen received her Masters from Teachers College Columbia University in Education as well as Education for the Student of Special Needs. In 2006, she developed her sewing and pattern making skills and techniques to teach clothing design in a High School setting as a Home Economics Teacher. In 2014, Kathleen opened the Sewing Scool Studio. From that time, she has continued to advance her knowledge of pattern making as well as her skills of sewing using both the sewing and serger machines in order to teach courses in how to create and design Fashion.
You can expect to learn exceptional sewing skills and techniques while you create fashion or home decor items from your own design. As a learner you understand that you acquire knowledge from doing and practicing what you learn. So your responsibility is to ask questions and practice on your own to ask more questions.