Tuesday, July 6, 2010

More Sewing Classes -- From beginner to gee bend quilting!


Lotus Pillow-Beginner Sewing
Find a little bit of serenity in your sewing with this orginal design. It makes a wonderful place for your yarn stash, or if you have kids, a hidey hole for a stuffed animal collection. Or, stuff it with Fiberfill, and you have instant extra seating.
This class teaches basic machine sewing skills, as well as zipper installation.
July 16 / $55 plus materials / 6-8:30 pm  register

Tween Sewing- Beginner Sewing
Learn to sew on a machine and make a fashionable summer tote.
July 25 / $40 plus materials / 3-5 pm  -- register

Dress Class - Intermediate/Advanced Sewing
Using the book, Built by Wendy Dresses, you'll learn to sew a cotton shift designed specifically to your measuresments and then design your very own custom-fit frock!
7/22,29 8/3 / 6:30-8:30 / $125 plus materials  -- register

Journal Making
Learn to make a beautiful hand-bound journal with a sewing machine
July 24 / 12-2pm / $55 plus materials register

DIY Screenprinting
How to make your own designs into eco-friendly prints on fabric and paper!
12-3 / July 17 / $55 (bring a tee shirt to print) / register

Gees Bend Inspired Story Quilts-
Intermediate Sewing / An inspired story of quilters who " transformed a necessity into a work of art — but their innovative and often minimalist approach to design is unique."  Come and by inspired to make your own "work of art". 
7/22,29 8/5 from 6-8:30 / $120 plus materials  register

Upcycled T-shirt Bags with Applique
Using old fun tee shirts, make a fashionable tote that you can wear with pride at the market! 
This is a beginner sewing class so beginner welcome!  7/18 from 3-5
$40 (bring tee shirts for class)  register

Beginning Sewing -- Make your own lounge pants
Lounging pants for lazy days of knitting, crafting and napping.  Using Stitch DC's pretty cottons make your own pair of lounging yoga style pants
July 23 / 6:30-8:30 pm / $55 plus materials  register

1 comment:

zumothecat said...

Hi! Would the Lotus Pillow-Beginner Sewing class be appropriate for someone who has really never used a machine? (i.e. Me)