Seamstress Resume Sample

Updated on January 2, 2019

Do you want your seamstress resume to move straight into an electronic resume management database?

Well, then your resume must not be an ordinary one.

Scanning resumes and putting them away in a database for future reference is something that companies do on a large scale. Eventually, when they are looking for the right candidate, they look through these resumes to find the perfect match. But unfortunately, it is not as simple as that.

While your resume for seamstress position may be extremely well-written and be an exact match to the requirements of the job, you cannot discount the fact that your resume may not have been scanned well.

Using unclear and unreadable type fonts can contribute to this problem as can reverse printing.

Keep your resume simple, to the point and informational.

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Seamstress Resume Example

 

Lara Polish
1003 Washington Street, Portland, OR 60367
(000) 999-9999
polishl @ email . com


SEAMSTRESS

PERFORMANCE PROFILE
Creative and self-motivated sewing professional with 9+ years of extensive experience in creating custom tailored clothes. Familiar with popular trends in fashion and garment design. A versatile individual who is competent in creating high-quality products in accordance with popular trends.

Solid technical background in working with leather, knits, double face, and beading. Track record of designing and stitching a wide variety of clothes for men and women. Able to use correlating equipment such as sewing machines, overlock machines, and steam irons.

CORE COMPETENCIES

– Sewing techniques– Straight stitch– Clothing arrangements
– Pattern making– Alteration– Drape and proportions
– Lace design– Fabric selection– Delicate fabric handling
– Specialized garments– Wedding gown design– Measurements

SELECTED ACHIEVEMENTS
• Designed the fishtail dress, worn by the movie star Scarlet Johansen at the BAFTA Awards 2014.
• Reigned in marathon dressmaking run for an annual play, for an entire junior school, boasting of 554 students.
• Introduced the concept of double over lock, decreasing customer dissatisfaction rate by 90%.
• Created the store best design, which was completely sold out by the end of the 1st week.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Trump Clothesline, Portland, OR | 8/2016 – Present
Seamstress
• Confer with customers in order to determine their clothes making needs.
• Take notes of special instructions provided at the time of discussion.
• Suggest possible fabrics and colors that complement customers’ designs.
• Provide information on popular designs and trends in the market.
• Show customers different catalogs or profile of stitched clothes to choose from.
• Take customers’ measurements and orders for alterations.

ABC Company, Portland, OR | 6/2012 – 8/2016
Seamstress
• Provided customers with information on cuts and styles.
• Took final orders and provided a timeline for delivery.
• Selected fabrics, buttons, laces, trims, and hems.
• Sewed clothes according to instructions.
• Performed overlocking activities to ensure a proper finish.
• Provided customers with information on pricing.
• Researched popular fashion trends and competition information.

Seams, Portland, OR | 10/2009 to 5/2010
Tailoring Apprentice
• Took customers’ sizes or measurements and noted them down for reference purposes.
• Assisted seamstress in picking fabrics and colors for designated stitching project.
• Contacted vendors and suppliers to check availability and price of cloth, buttons, trims, and laces.
• Procured supplies and maintained the inventory of acquired supplies and stitching equipment.
• Provided support is running and maintaining stitching equipment.

EDUCATION
G.E.D
St. John’s High School, Portland, OR | 2008




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