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Q: Where can I Learn tailoring in Beijing

I am current a FInance major student, but I have some free days.. I'm into fashion designing, and currently I'm looking for a tailor that can teach me to sew, make patterns, etc part time. I'm not looking for a full time fashion design school, just some part time classes. It can be a school, or an experienced tailor.. Im a beginner so anything works, as long as it's part time 

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Why not do a textiles course? You study one thing but want to do another? I am confused. Study what you want to study.  Change your course.

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Why not do a textiles course? You study one thing but want to do another? I am confused. Study what you want to study.  Change your course.

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Op asked this exactly 2 years ago....and someone even edited the time...speechless 

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My suggestion is studying some basic things from ONLINE. Search for some videos and passages that is not that difficult. If you still have no clue to find the exact info, dm me.

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