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One Stitch at a Time Workshop PART 2
January 29 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm$158.00
📣Have you always wanted to learn how to sew, but never knew where to start? Look no further as the One Stitch at a Time Workshop PART 2 is here to help! 😁
The Lutz Mountain Heritage Museum is excited to announce that the One Stitch at a Time Workshop is RETURNING for PART 2 in the learn how to sew series! This 4-part sewing class will be a continuation of the first class and will focus teaching intermediate techniques and building confidence around a sewing machine. Some experience is necessary (basic sewing knowledge) and the classes are suitable for all 12+. This course will cover:
– How to sew a pocket;
– How to properly mark fabric;
– How to finish seams and cover raw fabric;
– Dressmaking basics and MORE!
3143 Mountain Rd, Moncton, E1G 2X1
January 22, 29, February 5, and 12, 2023
WHAT DO I NEED TO BRING?
Bring your sewing machine with a manual (if possible), an extension cord (2-3 m long), and your sewing box (scissors, threads, needles, measuring tape, fabric marker, or chalk). Other tools and materials we will discuss during the first class.
$158 for all 4 sessions or $40 for just one.
HOW DO I SIGN UP?
To register, send an email to Tina at firstname.lastname@example.org. But don’t hesitate because spots are limited!
Week 1, January 22
Pockets for various purposes.
Project – We will start a drawstring bag and attach at least 2 pockets to the sides.
Week 2, January 29
Proper marking of the fabric, covering raw edges.
Project – Finishing the bag, adding strings.
Week 3, February 5
More complex ways to finish the edges, and facing.
Project – a cover for the Kleenex box.
Week 4, February 12
How to measure people, the first steps into dressmaking.
Project – doll-size robe (with instructions on how to make it your size).