POSTS USING TAG 'turnbacks'

Over the past few months I've had the opportunity to learn a wide range of new techniques. Jennie, my teacher works on a lot of specialist formal wear and I've been lucky enough to be able to assist h... Read More

OTHER POSTS OF INTEREST
I was finishing off this double-breasted waistcoat to go with morning dress last week. It is made in a fawn hopsack, 12 ounce, with mother-of-pearl buttons that match the lining and white Marcella Dem... Read More
Thursday 6th December 2012 will forever be remembered as being a historic day for Anderson & Sheppard.  For over 20 years HRH The Prince of Wales has been having suits made with us, and Mr Hitchc... Read More
When a job comes down to the workroom wrapped in a bundle, there is a small amount of cloth left inside. This spare piece of cloth is what we use to cut the 'fit ups'. These are all the components nee... Read More
At the beginning of this year I decided I would enter The Golden Shears. As I am in the last year of my apprenticeship, it felt like a natural progression and the perfect time to take on the challenge... Read More
The Apprenticeships.gov website has featured the Anderson & Sheppard Notebook blog as one of the best online apprentice blogs.The Notebook was created to allow us apprentices to document our developme... Read More