Events - 22 Aug 18

Drop-in Dressmaking sessions

Wednesday 22 August
10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Learn to make your own clothes, or improve your existing techniques.

If you need help with any of the following, then please drop-in.

Sewing machines available. Limited places so please phone ahead or PM me to reserve your place. Pay cash on the day.

-How to choose an appropriate pattern for your level of ability,
-Taking measurements, cutting and fitting the pattern, understanding pattern markings and instructions
-Altering the pattern for a perfect fit
-inserting zips
-Sewing tips and techniques to achieve a professional finish
-waistbands
-necklines and facings

This list is not exhaustive so if you have any other problem, or just to come along to sew in company, then you’re very welcome. Attend only one, or them all.

Kids Sewing Course

Wednesday 22 August
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

This is a 4-week after-school sewing course to teach your child to use a sewing machine, safely and confidently. And they will make some easy sewing projects.

At age 8-12, children have the mental capacity to learn the basic concepts and sufficient manual dexterity to operate a sewing machine. It’s actually the perfect age at which to learn. Sewing is an ideal creative activity for children. It develops their hand/eye co-ordination, and encourages focus and concentration. Completing a sewing project from start to finish fosters a sense of accomplishment that can boost a child’s morale and self-confidence. And it’s really great fun! Plus it gives them a huge sense of achievement and self-worth.

Kids Sewing Course - After School

Wednesday 22 August
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

This Kids Sewing Course level 1 will teach your child to use a sewing machine, safely and confidently. And they will make some easy sewing projects like bunting and a tote bag.

At age 8-12, children have the mental capacity to learn the basic concepts and sufficient manual dexterity to operate a sewing machine. It’s actually the perfect age at which to learn. Sewing is an ideal creative activity for children. It develops their manual dexterity, hand/eye co-ordination, and encourages focus and concentration. Completing a sewing project from start to finish fosters a sense of accomplishment that can boost a child’s morale and self-confidence. And it’s really great fun! Plus it gives them a huge sense of achievement and self-worth.

Drop-in Dressmaking sessions.

Wednesday 22 August
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Wednesdays 10am-12pm or 7pm-9pm. £20 per session

Learn to make your own clothes, or improve your existing techniques.

If you need help with any of the following, then please drop-in.

Sewing machines available. Limited places so please phone ahead or PM me to reserve your place. Pay cash on the day.

-How to choose an appropriate pattern for your level of ability,
-Taking measurements, cutting and fitting the pattern, understanding pattern markings and instructions
-Altering the pattern for a perfect fit
-inserting zips
-Sewing tips and techniques to achieve a professional finish
-waistbands
-necklines and facings

This list is not exhaustive so if you have any other problem, or just to come along to sew in company, then you’re very welcome. Attend only one, or them all.

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