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AMY SMITH
123 Main Street Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Home: (555) 555-1234, Cell: (555) 555-1235 asmith@sample~resume.com


Objective:   Seek the Position of Garment Worker

SUMMARY:   Highly talented Garment Worker with over six years experience in fabricating, altering, repairing and maintaining various items such as clothing, uniforms, draperies, curtains, and upholstered furniture.

Summary of Qualifications

  • Thorough knowledge of fabrics and their qualities.
  • Remarkable knowledge of the standard methods, practices,    and techniques used in clothing construction, alteration, and    repair.
  • Profound knowledge of the proper use, operation, and    preventive maintenance of the machines, tools, equipment,    and work aids used in the performance of the work.
  • Exceptional skill in the use and operation of the machines,    tools, equipment and work aids used in on the job.
  • In-depth ability to follow instructions.
  • Profound ability to communicate with others.
  • Uncommon ability to prepare and maintain work related    records.
  • Strong knowledge of agency practices and procedures.
  • Immense ability to explain instructions and guidelines to others    effectively.
  • Uncommon ability to prioritize and assign work to others.
  • Exceptional knowledge of a variety of fabrics, their properties    and uses.
  • Great skill in manipulating a hand-sewing needle and thread.
  • Uncommon ability to execute proper sewing procedure quickly    and efficiently.
  • Profound ability to follow oral and written instruction.

    Professional Experience

    Excel Fashion House Inc., Minneapolis, MN
    2002 - Present

    Garment Worker
    • Fabricate items such as curtains, draperies, pillows, and furniture coverings using old and new materials.
    • Position pattern section on fabric, mark cutting lines, and then cut fabric with hand or electric scissors following pattern edge; baste or pin fabric parts together in preparation for final sewing; sew fabric parts together by hand or operate sewing machine to join parts.
    • Mend items such as bed linens, towels, gowns, pajamas, robes, and uniforms by resewing seams, patching, and darning fabric, using hand and/or sewing machine.
    • Repair and replace defective garment parts such as pockets, linings, zippers, and buttons.
    • Alter clothing to fit an individual by following instructions on repair tags and/or marks and pinned folds on clothing.
    • Sew identifying labels, patches, and emblems on garments.
    • Inventory, receive and stock uniform parts, clothing, materials and supplies.
    • Prepare outgoing merchandise for shipment.
    • Wash and press garments using a hand iron or steam pressing equipment.
    • Sew, repair and re-upholster furniture such as sofas and chairs.
    • Instruct residents in related living skills.
    • Operate a variety of machines, tools, and equipment associated with the work, such as sewing machines, hand and steam pressing equipment and washers and dryers.
    • Clean and oil power sewing machines and other equipment as part of preventive maintenance duties.
    • Maintain records and prepare reports related to the work.

    Excel Fashion House Inc., Minneapolis, MN
    2000 - 2002

    Garment Worker Apprentice (under supervision)
    • Cut pelts to shape them to garment pattern.
    • Replaced linings and repaired damaged skins.
    • Basted lining parts together, and sewed lining into shell, using sewing machine or needle and thread.
    • Selected fur pelts and matched them for size, color, texture, and quality.
    • Arranged pelts on pattern according to design and color.
    • Slit skin of furs and cut off inferior or unusable parts, using furrier's knife.
    • Sew interlining to inside of fur skin.
    • Selected lining pattern, cut out lining parts, and sew parts together.
    • Numbered pelts to indicate their pattern location.
    • Sew on hooks, rings, hem tape, buttons, monograms, and padding, using needle and thread.
    • Estimated cost of making or repairing garments.
    • Purchased pelts and sold furs.

    Education

    High School Diploma (2000)




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