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February 09, 2017
Intro to Sewing (Beginners) -Closed

Intro to Sewing class apron

 

Interested in learning (or re-learning if it’s been awhile!) how to sew? Join us in our Intro to Sewing class to learn the basics of sewing.

This class will go over getting comfortable at a sewing machine – it’s not as scary as it looks, we promise! – basic stitches and seams. You’ll also learn correct pressing and pinning techniques.

Kits are provided, which is our way of saying everything you need to create a skirt apron (pictured above) will be here waiting for you. Our sewing classroom is stocked with Baby Lock sewing machines, cutting mats, rotary cutters and irons to make this intro course fun and easy.

Why create a skirt apron? We chose this project because the gingham (checkered) fabric gives you good, built-in guidelines to help you sew a straight seam. The skirt apron pattern also uses simple sewing techniques and seams that you’ll be able to use and build on for future projects.

Note: Our store is a FRAGRANCE-FREE zone. Please be courteous of other students and staff when attending class and do not use fragrances. Thank you!

COST: $35

TIME: 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

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September 14, 2016
Intro to Sewing

Intro to Sewing class apron

 

LEVEL: Very Beginner
PREREQUISITE: None
KIT FEE: None
COST: $35
TIME: 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.


Interested in learning (or re-learning) how to sew? Join us in our Intro to Sewing class to learn the basics of sewing.

This class will go over getting comfortable at a sewing machine – it’s not as scary as it looks, we promise! – basic stitches and seams. You’ll also learn correct pressing and pinning techniques.

Kits are provided, which means everything you’ll need to create a skirt apron (pictured above) will be here waiting for you when you show up for class. Our sewing classroom is stocked with Baby Lock sewing machines, cutting mats, rotary cutters and irons to make this intro course fun and easy.

Why create a skirt apron?

We chose this project because the gingham (checkered) fabric gives you built-in guidelines in which to sew a straight seam. The apron project uses simple sewing techniques that you’ll be able to use and will build on for future projects.

How to Sign Up

Sign up by calling the store or by registering in-store. Intro to Sewing fills up quickly, so in order to guarantee your spot we require payment at the time of registration.

Note: Our store is a FRAGRANCE-FREE zone. Please be courteous of other students and staff when attending class and do not use fragrances. Thank you!

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August 25, 2016
Intro to Sewing -Closed

Intro to Sewing class apron

 

LEVEL: Very Beginner
PREREQUISITE: None
KIT FEE: None
COST: $35
TIME: 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.


Interested in learning (or re-learning) how to sew? Join us in our Intro to Sewing class to learn the basics of sewing.

This class will go over getting comfortable at a sewing machine – it’s not as scary as it looks, we promise! – basic stitches and seams. You’ll also learn correct pressing and pinning techniques.

Kits are provided, which means everything you’ll need to create a skirt apron (pictured above) will be here waiting for you when you show up for class. Our sewing classroom is stocked with Baby Lock sewing machines, cutting mats, rotary cutters and irons to make this intro course fun and easy.

Why create a skirt apron?

We chose this project because the gingham (checkered) fabric gives you built-in guidelines in which to sew a straight seam. The apron project uses simple sewing techniques that you’ll be able to use and will build on for future projects.

How to Sign Up

Sign up by calling the store or by registering in-store. Intro to Sewing fills up quickly, so in order to guarantee your spot we require payment at the time of registration.

Note: Our store is a FRAGRANCE-FREE zone. Please be courteous of other students and staff when attending class and do not use fragrances. Thank you!

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December 01, 2016
Intro to Sewing

Intro to Sewing class apron

 

LEVEL: Very Beginner
PREREQUISITE: None
KIT FEE: None
COST: $35

Interested in learning (or re-learning if it’s been awhile!) how to sew? Take our Intro to Sewing class to learn the basics of sewing.

This class will go over getting comfortable at a sewing machine – it’s not as scary as it looks, we promise! – basic stitches and seams. You’ll also learn correct pressing and pinning techniques.

Kits are provided that include everything you need to create a skirt apron (pictured above). Our sewing classroom is stocked with Baby Lock sewing machines, cutting mats, rotary cutters and irons to make this intro class fun and easy.

Why create a skirt apron? We chose this project because the gingham (checkered) fabric gives you good, built-in guidelines for sewing a straight seam. The skirt apron pattern also uses simple sewing techniques and seams that you’ll be able to use again and again on future projects.

Note: Our store is a FRAGRANCE-FREE zone. Please be courteous of other students and staff when attending class and do not use fragrances. Thank you!

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November 08, 2016
Intro to Sewing

3 hour skirt apron project

 

 

COST: $35

Interested in learning (or re-learning if it’s been awhile!) how to sew? Join us in our Intro to Sewing class to learn the basics of sewing.

This class will go over getting comfortable at a sewing machine – it’s not as scary as it looks, we promise! – and learning basic stitches and seams. You’ll also learn correct pressing and pinning techniques.

Kits are provided, which means everything you need to create a skirt apron (pictured above) will be here waiting for you. Our sewing classroom is stocked with Baby Lock sewing machines, cutting mats, rotary cutters and irons to make this intro course fun and easy.

Why create a skirt apron you may ask? We chose this project because the gingham (checkered) fabric gives you good, built-in guidelines for sewing a straight seam. The skirt apron pattern also uses simple sewing techniques and seams that you’ll be able to use and build on for future projects.

Note: Our store is a FRAGRANCE-FREE zone. Please be courteous of other students and staff when attending class and do not use fragrances. Thank you!

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Craft Your Way Into Spring

Anna Griffin spring sproing pinelopeThe new spring season means busy hands and bold, engaging designs that inspire you to new heights of creativity. You need fabric and projects that speak to you, carry you forward, and encourage you to branch out on your own. Get in the mood with the whimsical prints of Anna Griffin’s Pinelope collection that speak to the sewist in all of us. With thematic images and subtle complimentary colors, you’ll find yourself using this fabric for every new project that comes into your hands. We might as well get started with a fashionable new apron that will see plenty of use in the season to come.

anna-griffin-collection-pinelopeTo give your inspiration a fresh boost we’re taking 10% off selected Anna Griffin fabrics, now through May 24, 2016! It’s a great chance to get your hands on these lively and thematic designs. Express the soul of your creativity with the Dress Forms, Scissors, or Needle & Thread prints – just to remind yourself where your priorities are this spring. Layer a bit of whimsy into your designs with Floral Dot or Pin Cushion. Find your perfect complimentary colors when you choose a Check Dot, Diamond, or Woven Dot print. No matter what your next outfit or project, the Pinelope collection tells the world you’re a sewist at heart.

Kick Off Your Spring Crafting

dressed-alike-apron-ij924This whimsical and practical Dressed Alike Apron provides a great way to kick off your spring projects and keep yourself on task for the new season. Made from five easy pieces, this Mary Ann Donze design makes a perfect compliment for your cooking, crafting, or artistic projects. The garment slips easily over your regular outfit, with ties conveniently fastened to both sides securing it in place for a comfortable fit. The lining increases the apron’s versatility with a simple modification to make it reversible. A lower flounce adds an attractive bounce to your step, while a handy pocket keeps your things accessible. The print includes both ladies and children’s sizes so you and your littles can be dressed alike for spring!

Spring puts a new bounce in everyone’s step, bringing a host of new projects and a fresh flow of creativity. Get your crafting schedule in order and show off the fabrics that inspire you to try new things and get those juices flowing!