All of our classes have a maximum number of 6 club members so you can be assured of our full attention at all times. We have designed a range of classes that are all aimed at Seamstresses that are starting out on their sewing journey. We have tried to cover everything from how to use your machine, to how to read a sewing pattern and make an item of clothing. We always recommend that you use your machine where possible so that you can be as comfortable with it as possible, but if you don’t have a machine yet, please let us know and we will provide one for you. Take your time to browse our classes and we look forward to meeting you very soon.
Apron and Oven Mit - 3rd june adn 3rd july 2019
Come and join me for a day and learn to create your very own Apron and matching oven mit. This is a BEGINNER level class so no real experience is needed to be able to achieve these results. What you will need - 1.5 mtrs of the main apron fabric in a fabric weight similar to denim in a colour of your choice. 0.5 mtrs of a contrast fabric for the pockets and the oven mit. I will supply you with the other materials you need for a small feee on the day. The day starts at 9.30 and finishes at 16.30 and includes, tea and coffee and cakes. If you would like to include a hot homemade lunch this can be added to your order.
Childrens’ Fleece - 19th July 2019
Come and join me for a day to learn to make a Childs fleece with hood. This is an INTERMEDIATE level class so a little sewing ability is helpful. We will be using a sewing pattern from age 18 myths to 7 years old. You will need a maximum of 1.5 mtrs of fleece and a contrast fabric of 0.5 mtrs and a zip which you can purchase on the day. The day starts at 9.30 and finishes at 17.00 and includes, tea and coffee and cakes. If you would like to include a hot homemade lunch this can be added to your order.
How to Use A Sewing Machine and plan a project - 2nd and 9th July 2019
Come and join me for a class to start your journey in Sewing. This BEGINNER class covers all the information you need to understand how to use your sewing machine from, treading to using different attachments to sewing with a twin needle. We will then walk through how to plan your first project including, how to read a pattern (understand all the markings) which fabric to choose and how much to buy and which size to make. if you would like to bring along your machine please do along with any starter patterns you are hoping to make. The classes run AM and PM from 9.30 to 12.30 and 13.30 to16.30 and includes, tea and coffee and cakes.