101 Basic Sewing Series
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101 Basic Sewing Series

These classes are meant for those new to sewing and techniques for everyday sewing will be taught while you make interesting and useful projects. 

Week 1: To expand  your sewing skills a lined drawstring bag will be made.  It is a fun and useful beginner project and will help you practice. You will continue to work on consistent seam allowances and fabric management.  You will also learn how to make  a casing to pull your drawstring through, how to make a lining for the bag and how to piece together the outside of the bag.

Week 2:  You want to start learning to sew! We will teach you how to make a pillow.  This is a great way to start learning!  In this class you will be making an 18" square pillow with a ruffle.  Techniques for this session include keeping a consistent seam allowance, basting, fabric management and gathering. 

Week 3: You've made it through two classes (drawstring bag, ruffle pillow) now you're not really a beginner, right?  You've got a few yards of stitching under your belt.  So, let's do something a little more challenging.  How about a Vintage Style Apron?  Yes, You can do it! You’ll make a fashionable and functional vintage style apron with sash ties and a pocket, ready to tackle any project! You will continue to work on consistent seam allowances and fabric management.

Skill Level: beginner
Skill Details: Must understand how to operate your sewing machine
Materials Included: All Materials are incluided
Requirements: Bring your sewing machine (or for a nominal fee, rent one from us, must notify the store in advance).
Instructor: Carol White

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This class cannot be purchased online. Please contact the store for more information.