Commercial Sewing

Commercial sewing machines are specifically designed to handle these types of materials, forming a tight seam between them in order to create tough industrial products. This heavy-duty form of sewing is a specialty of SealWerks along with our other sealing services

Median Wage in the USA

The average Sewing Machine Operator salary in the United States is $32,569 as of March 26, 2020, but the range typically falls between $28,571 and $37,857. Salary ranges can vary widely depending on many important factors, including education, certifications, additional skills, the number of years you have spent in your profession.

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Small Class Sizes - Guided Curriculum

Commercial Sewing Class Descriptions

Sewing — Introduction to machine sewing
Introduce students to basic machine sewing. Equipment inspection and care, basic machine set up, start/stop straight line stitching and turns. Sample project- pillowcase. Projects may vary by location.

Sewing — Reading and using patterns
Introduce students to reading and using patterns and sewing more complex items. Equipment inspection and care, reading patterns, handling paper patterns, measuring, pinning and cutting fabric. Sample project- lounge pants and a top. Projects may vary by location.