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Objective: Seek the Position of Tailor
SUMMARY: Highly creative, skillful and trusted Tailor with more than six years experience designing and making garments such as suits, dresses, skirts, trousers, overcoats, uniforms and other clothing.
Summary of Qualifications
Exceptional passion for practical and manual activities.
Great love for clothing design.
Excellent eyesight with normal color vision.
Profound hand-eye coordination.
Uncommon ability to work under pressure.
Excellent communication skills.
Immense ability to control operations of equipment and systems.
Remarkable ability to determine the kind of tools and equipment needed to do a job.
Profound ability to listen to and give full attention to what other people are saying, taking time to understand information and ideas presented.
Uncommon ability to use fingers, hands, arms effectively and efficiently to perform work functions.
Strong ability to come up with unusual or clever ideas about a given topic or situation, or to develop creative ways to solve a problem.
Galaxy Fashion House, Minneapolis 2002 - Present
Discuss with customers the type of material to be used and the design of garments.
Measure customers and record their sizes.
Make a draft of a master pattern for garments, or alter patterns to fit customers.
Position and pin patterns onto the fabric and cut the fabric.
Loosely piece together the garment parts, using a needle and thread or a sewing machine.
Fit garments on customers, and mark areas requiring alterations.
Sew the garment parts together, and sew buttons and buttonholes to finish the garments.
Press the completed garment to mould and shape it.
Galaxy Fashion House, Minneapolis 2000 - 2002
Tailor Trainee (under supervision)
Developed design for garment, adapted existing design for garment, or copied existing design for garment.
Altered garment and joined parts, using needle and thread or sewing machine, to form finished garment.
Drew individual pattern or altered existing pattern to fit customer's measurements.
Sew buttons and buttonholes to finish garment.
Pressed garment, using hand iron or pressing machine.
Conferred with customer to determine type of material and garment style desired.
Positioned pattern of garment parts on fabric, and cut fabric along outlines, using scissors.
Measured customer for size, using tape measure and recorded measurements.
Fitted basted garment on customer and marked areas requiring alterations.
Assembled garment parts and joined parts with basting stitches, using needle and thread or sewing machine.
Certificate in Fashion Design New York Fashion Institute (2000)