Grace Carter-Allen teaches our Clothes Making and Clothes Upcycling classes. She has extensive knowledge of the subject thanks to over 30 years’ experience in the field. Her classes are suitable for complete beginners as well as those wanting to further develop their Clothes Making skills.
Grace gained a diploma in Fashion Craft at Medway College of Design. Her first job was as a Pattern Cutter for the fashion house Wallis. She is also a qualified teacher who has taught Garment Construction in adult education and at local primary schools.
When not teaching at All Sewn Up, Grace works at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital making pressure garments for burns patients. Any spare time is taken up with making and altering clothes on a commercial basis.
Pascaline Lambert trained in Soft Furnishing & Upholstery at Metropolitan University in the Design and Craft department. She was a part-time lecturer in Design, Craft & Textile for a large inner city college until 2007, teaching mainly City & Guilds courses in Textile and Employability Skills.
She is a fully qualified teacher and a registered member of the Institute for Learning (ILF) with over 25 years teaching experience. Pascaline has extensive subject knowledge and has been running her own textile furnishing/curtain making business since 2005.
Pascaline has been involved with the All Sewn Up Training Project since its inception in 1990, and was Project Manager and Soft Furnishing tutor until July 2018. She will contribute exciting Short Courses in the future.