Sewing, Tailoring & Pattern Making Classes at Moraine Valley Community College

Palos Hills, IL–(ENEWSPF)—Mr. Eric W. “EWS” Stiles Sr. sent a very kind email announcement this week about sewing, tailoring, and pattern-making classes coming to Moraine Valley Community College.

Moraine Valley will launch a new semester starting April 11, 2024. After this semester, a June 6, 2024, summer session will offer additional morning classes.

Mr. EWS said the classes cater to all skill levels. “The courses provide comprehensive professional sewing, tailoring, and pattern-making training to advance participants’ skills.”

Classes will run on Thursdays from 6:00 to 8:30 pm, spanning six weeks each semester.

“I am honored to serve as the instructor,” Mr. EWS said. He has “over 40 years of experience, including roles as Supervisor, MTM Expert, and Master Bespoke Tailor for renowned fashion houses.” According to the instructor, these include Brioni, Giorgio Armani, and Polo-Ralph Lauren.

“Our classes will provide significant value to your readers, offering a unique opportunity to acquire essential skills,” Mr EWS said. He has “over 30 years of experience delivering successful face-to-face classes at my EWS Fashion Academy.”

“The educational programs offered through Moraine Valley College are effective,” Mr. EWS said.

The College Course Code is CR4-268-201. To register by phone, call 708-974-2110.

About Moraine Valley Community College

Moraine Valley Community College works to ensure students gain the knowledge and skills needed to meet the demands of a changing world. With more than 130 programs, expert faculty, state-of-the-art learning facilities, and a vibrant campus culture, you’ll see why we are among the nation’s premier two-year institutions of higher learning.

The Moraine Valley Community College District 524 covers 139 square miles in Chicago’s southwest suburbs. The district has a population of about 400,000 people and includes 26 communities.