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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 Hand Sewer

SUMMARY:   Exceptionally talented and resourceful Hand Sewer with over six years experience in sewing, joining, reinforcing, or finishing, usually with needle and thread, any of a wide variety of manufactured items.

Summary of Qualifications

  • Remarkable knowledge of production processes of the trade,    such as inputs, outputs, raw materials, waste, quality control,    and costs.
  • Uncommon ability to keep the hand and arm steady while    making an arm movement or while holding the arm and hand in    one position
  • Exceptional ability to make quick, simple, repeated movements    of the fingers, hands, and wrists.
  • Profound ability to see details of objects within a few feet.
  • In-depth ability to make accurate coordinated movements of    the fingers of both hands to grasp, manipulate, and assemble    very small objects.
  • Immense ability to spot differences between colors, including    shades of color and brightness.
  • Remarkable ability to correctly follow a given rule or set of    rules in order to arrange things in a certain order.
  • Exceptional creative ability.
  • Excellent ability to communicate orally and verbally with    colleagues and customers.
  • Uncommon ability to work without supervision and in a team    environment.
  • Profound ability to read and understand perfectly work    document and instructions.

    Professional Experience

    Stanford Material Repair Company, Minneapolis, MN
    2002 - Present

    Hand Sewer
    • Sew using various types of stitches, such as felling, tacking, basting, embroidery, and fagoting.
    • Join and reinforce parts of articles, such as garments, books, mattresses, toys, and wigs.
    • Select thread, twine, cord, or yarn and thread needles.
    • Fold, twist, stretch, or drape material and secure article in preparation for sewing.
    • Measure and align parts, fasteners, or trimmings, following seams, edges, or markings on parts.
    • Trim excess threads or edges of parts, using scissors or knife.
    • Tie, knit, weave or knot ribbon, yarn or decorative materials.
    • Smooth seams with heated iron, flat bone or rubbing stick.
    • Attach trimmings and labels to article with cement, using brush or cement gun.
    • Draw and cut pattern according to specifications.
    • Wax thread by drawing it through ball of wax.
    • Soften leather or shoe material with water.

    Stanford Material Repair Company, Minneapolis, MN
    2000 - 2002

    Hand Sewer Apprentice (under supervision)
    • Sewed shoe parts, such as heel ends, plugs, and quarters, to vamp or raise decorative stitches (kicker) in backstay of casual shoes.
    • Soaked skived or nonskived parts in water to soften them.
    • Positioned lasted shoe on pin jack and pulled and tacked parts to last with lasting tool.
    • Punched stitch openings in parts with awl.
    • Inserted waxed thread through punched openings to join skived shoe parts to vamp or raise decorative stitching in backstay.
    • Removed tacks and shaped seam, using lasting tool.
    • Held unskived shoe parts in hand and inserted metal tipped lace through perforations to join parts to vamp.
    • Smoothed and polished seams, using rubbing stick.
    • Joined parts of unlasted shoes, pulling needle and waxed thread through perforated stitch openings.

    Education

    High School Diploma (2000)




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