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Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland improves the quality of life for people in Scotland affected by chest, heart and stroke illness through medical research, influencing public policy, advice and information and support in the community. Are you ready to face a challenge to deliver sales and profit targets by managing, developing and growing the new product element of our Retail & Trading? You will be responsible for new product development, managing the design process from initial idea to manufacture, overseeing additional creative resources, closely managing suppliers, merchandising, managing timescales, and overseeing all costs and budgets for new product.
Posted 10 days ago
By Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland
Learn the principles and practices of pattern cutting. By the end of the course, you will have a complete set of the women’s wear basic blocks in a sample size 12 and will understand how to draw up these basic blocks according to personal measurements. We will cover how to convert these basic blocks to production patterns, and how to toile these production patterns. Finally, we will use the basic dress block to create a simple dress of our own design. Please note that this is a fairly technical class and is most suitable for those either attending a fashion design course or considering fashion design as a career. For further details please visit: http://www.emilymillichip.com/workshops/pattern-cutting For further information, please contact email@example.com (Emily Millichip), or visit http://emilymillichip.com
Posted 10 days ago
By Emily Millichimp
Have you ever thought about teaching a few knitting classes each week? If so, joining the Knitting For All family might be right up your street! Knitting for All's social mission is to spread knitting skills far and wide so that everyone around the globe has access to this life-enhancing skill. Our teachers work part-time and fit their classes in around other work and family commitments. Some of them do just a couple of classes a week and others work a busy schedule of back to back classes together with crafty parties and one-off workshops. It’s completely flexible - you do as much or as little as you like.
Posted one year ago
By Knitting For All Ltd