about 5 years ago i started a fashion design/ dress making course via correspondence... (studying from home)
it was with a company called the sackville academy... i unfortunately quit the course as i was finding i had no time to study and i was young with a baby and going through a difficult time.
Recently replying in the "what did you want to be when you grew up" thread, i thought, im older and have a way better situation now with a loving and supporting partner and i can manage my house and time better now so ill give it another go!
maybe starting beginning of next year. df thinks it will be great for me...
has anyone done one?
which institute is affordable but recognizable?
i want to do via correspondence again, as i still have babies at home.
and any other info you might think may help me.
i appreciate your time for reading and replying
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