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This is the fourth in a series of BBC Sport stories on dressmakers, their jobs and the challenges they face.
What does dressmaker do?
Dressmakers work in the fashion industry, from the production of couture to the design and manufacturing of bespoke goods.
They do this because it is a way of creating a sustainable livelihood.
They are part of the fabric of the global fashion industry and their products and services are essential to the global fabric of our clothes.
What do they do?
From the moment you walk into the dressmaker’s shop you are surrounded by a diverse group of people.
There are people who know what they are doing and have been doing it for decades.
There is also a small group of those who are new to the profession and are still trying to understand the business and how it works.
What is the dressmaking industry?
Dressmaking is an artisan industry.
It involves the making of dress shirts and trousers and other garments, and is generally considered to be the most sustainable and environmentally friendly industry.
What are the benefits of dressmaking?
Dressmaker work is very rewarding, particularly if you are successful in your apprenticeship or if you have good skills.
You get to spend time with your friends, learn new things, meet interesting people, and do something that is rewarding.
It is a good way to build social capital in the industry.
Some dressmakers also have a degree, and in some industries, a master’s degree.
Some apprentices earn more than £35,000 a year, and some apprenticeships start at £20,000.
Dressmakers also often work with small businesses in the UK and abroad, so you can get the benefits and flexibility of working from home.
How do I find a dressmaker?
Visit a dressmaking shop or online.
Find the right dressmaker by browsing through the career guide, or by searching for the dress maker in your area.
Do I need to have a job?
Dress makers usually need a job to be able to do their job.
They need to be willing to spend hours and hours doing work that is important to the industry and to the environment.
Dressmaker jobs typically have a flexible working schedule and a flexible hours of work, with some dressmakers even working weekends.
What kind of dress do I need?
Dress is a key component of a dress, so if you wear something that will be visible, such as a short skirt, you might need a dress that is a little more fitted.
You might also need a more fitted top and perhaps a skirt or a blouse to add to your look.
Dress makers also need to make sure they are well trained and up to scratch, and that their materials are safe.
Do you have an apprenticeship?
Yes, dressmakers do have an apprentice apprenticeship.
This means that dressmakers are part-time workers who get paid in a variety of different ways, but it does not guarantee that they will be paid for their work.
It also does not mean that they get paid on the job.
There’s no guarantee that you will be able go to a dress maker if you don’t have a formal apprenticeship, and it’s important that you know this before you get started.
Where can I find more information?
There are many websites dedicated to dressmakers in different parts of the world.
Find more about dressmakers on the BBC website.
Dressmaking jobs, and what they mean for you Read more about the dressmakers and their jobs at the BBC.
What happens if I leave a dressmakers job?
The dressmaker you work for can leave you a new one.
They will normally take on new roles in the dress making industry, so it is best to check this out before you start working.
DressMakerCareers.com has advice on how to manage your transition.
Dress Maker Careers.org has a great range of resources for parents looking for help with dressmakers careers.
Dress maker jobs and advice can also be found on the Dressmaker Careers website.