Students will bring a chair of their choice to class and reupholster it. Some sewing is involved in the majority of chairs brought in. A supply list will be handed out on the first day of class. Our apologies, no storage facilities are available.
The time-conscious sewer will learn during two sessions to construct a skirt with a fitted waistband, darts and a zipper. Beginning Sewing I or basic sewing skills recommended.
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This class is intended for teens with intermediate sewing skills. Meaning that you must have taken all the teen classes/camps including Sew as you go and High School Fashion Runway. You will be able to start with a basic pattern and make design changes to your pattern based on your level and creativity. Change the neckline, hemline, sleeves whatever...
Do you have an unfinished quilt that you need help to complete? Bring an unfinished quilt, drafting challenge or an idea for a new quilt and let an expert teacher help you find solutions.
A simple technique for your fashion design. From the method of ESMOD, the French Design school, Raia will teach you simple techniques for creating your own designed clothes by draping your fabric around the dress form. You don't need to use flat pattern or sloper.
In this class you will be able to learn to do all of your hand sewing alterations! we will practice basic hemming stitches that will include hand serger, basting and a slip stitch for invisible seams. Sew on a button, snap and hook and eye.
Linda first used fishing lure swivels to make cut-out pieces of a larger quilt rotate in 2000 for a millennium quilt challenge, her first kinetic quilt. She has received the prestigious Judges Choice ribbon at Quilt Odyssey and has also won at the Mid-Atlantic Quilt Show with her unique two-sided, mobile-like art quilts. Learn her secrets in...
Students take their stitching to the next level...and the third dimension! Participants focus on manipulating basic hand stitches to build rich surfaces and structures, creating a number of dimensional stitch samplers and a finished piece, inspired by nature. A supply list is available in the school store. A $20 materials fee is payable to the...
Enjoy up to six blissful hours of distraction-free sewing and fun. It's almost a mini-retreat! Work on a new project or finish up an old one. Kat will stay with you as late as midnight. Bring whatever you're working on, your machine, basic sewing supplies, and a sense of fun! $10 Gift Card, dinner, and beverages included
Saturday May 12th, 6pm
This class is designed for those who are beyond scarves and are ready to knit that project that she/he has been afraid to undertake alone. Participants are guided through intermediate knitter growing pains while learning to read a pattern, fix mistakes, and figure out gauge and sizing.
This class, is for total beginners, teaches basic sewing techniques including machine basics, how to read and use a pattern. Students will make two easy projects (a tote bag and pajama pants) to prepare them for more advanced classes.
Do you find yourself always avoiding zippers? Well you don't have to anymore! Come and join us to learn about different zippers and how they are used. Practice installing regular, centered and lapped zippers. Plus learn an easy technique for invisible zippers that you can use on different types of fabrics.