Venue:

St Albans.  Address given on booking

     

                          

Sewing 101


3 classes mean that you get lots of practice at using your machine and build up some basic sewing techniques too.

I will provide fabric and thread as well as the cushion pads. However, if you have some fabric you would like to use, bring it along.


You can book a class for any Wednesday or Friday, providing there are spaces.         

Wednesday classes  
9.30am to  12.00pm or 1pm to 3.30pm

Wednesday Evening classes
7.00 to 9.30 pm

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Friday Classes
9.30am to 12.00pm or 1pm to 3.30pm
        



What you will learn.......


Class 1/Trial class  

Get to grips with your sewing machine

Threading your machine                                

Selecting stitches

Sewing practice  - getting your seams straight

​Turning corners

Make a simple fold over cushion cover (16" x 16")



Class 2  

Make a lovely tote bag

 You will learn how to measure and cut a pattern

How to make and attach handles
By now you will be feeling confident enough to start adding your own touch to my basic design



Class 3  

Build on your skills. Make an apron with a patch pocket
​Learn how to fold and sew a hem

Tackle sewing a slight curve
​Experiment with design
​Learn how to attach a patch pocket



 

If you bring your own fabric, you will need 1/2 metre of fabric for the cushion or totebag and 1 metre of fabric for the apron.


£90 for 3 sessions (7.5 hours in total) Including all materials.

£32 for one trail session(2.5 hours).


Reserve a place by paying £30 deposit

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