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Unlock your creativity with sewing classes in Houston. Learn the essential skills and techniques to create beautiful garments, accessories, and home decor while gaining confidence and creating unique, personalized pieces.

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Horrors of Halloween

The Little Sewing Room

Spooky costumes galore come from this class. Consult with the instructor before class begins, shop for patterns and fabrics and come sew costumes for yourself and loved ones. Make them funny, sexy, or scary! Instructor is a costume designer with a variety of experience making kids and adult costumes. This class is project oriented and you will leave class with a completed 1 – 2-piece costume. 3 open lab hours are included in this class. Once...

(6) All levels 8 and older
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Sewing 101

The Little Sewing Room @ 6902 FM 2920, Spring, TX

Never sewed and want to find out about it? This class is designed for the beginning stitcher and will get you started sewing your own garments and accessories. You will also discover the joy of the creative journey. Cutting on grain, importance of pressing, and following a sewing sequence are covered in depth. Each session is project oriented and each student will leave class with finished usable projects. 3 open lab hours are included.

(6) Beginner 18 and older
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$160

4 sessions

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Table Linens and Hostess Apron

The Little Sewing Room

Get ready for the holidays and make your own placemats, napkins and rings, and table runners and a matching apron. Practice a few heirloom sewing techniques. This class is project based; you will leave class with an apron, placemat, and napkin and ideas for rings. You will finish the rest on your own or in lab. 3 open lab hours are included in this class.

(6) All levels 8 and older
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Women's Wear PatternMaking I - Skirts

The Little Sewing Room

This class is designed for those students with a desire to create custom-made patterns for themselves or others. It starts with creating custom blocks for woven fabrics for the lower part of the body and continues from there. Projects are selected for lessons learned that can be utilized in other projects.  Sewing experience is necessary for this class.

(6) Advanced 18 and older
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Panty Workshop

The Little Sewing Room

Get ready to work your butt off (and cover it with some gorgeous custom made panties)! Using your measurements, you will draft a basic brief style panty, sew it up, and check the fit. You will also learn how to change your panty block to different styles and different stretch fabrics and stretch laces, how to determine the stretch ratios of knits, working with knits on your regular sewing machine, and the array of elastics used in panty design....

(6) All levels 8 and older
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Canvas Shoes

Multiplicity @ 1210 Avenue A, Katy, TX

In this project class you will: Paint your shoes with your own designs or stencils. Shoes sizes from 5 to 11. Studio Rules: Closed-toe shoes required Long hair must be tied back at all times No loose clothing that could get caught in rotary tools

(31) All levels 14 and older
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Basic Sewing Techniques (Virtual)

The Little Sewing Room @ Interactive Online Classroom

Learn a variety of sewing techniques that will transfer to your projects. You will create a reference file with notes of how and when to apply them. This class is not project based; it is techniques oriented. You will create a notebook of techniques to use for future reference. This is a great way to learn a plethora of information quickly and easily and will serve you well in the future. We suggest you take this in conjunction with Sewing 101 and...

(6) Beginner 18 and older
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Sewing 101 (Virtual)

The Little Sewing Room @ Interactive Online Classroom

This class is designed for the beginning stitcher and will get you started sewing your own garments and accessories. You will also discover the joy of the creative journey. Cutting on grain, importance of pressing, and following a sewing sequence are covered in depth. Each session is project oriented and each student will leave class with finished wearable projects. Once enrolled, we will provide you with the supply list for each session.

(6) All levels 18 and older
No upcoming schedules
$150

5 sessions

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The Breakfast Club

It Seams To Be Sew

The Breakfast Club meets the 2nd Saturday of each month and includes everything you will need for the class including supplies, patterns, instructor and breakfast! Learn a new technique and take home a new project either finished or ready to finish! All skill levels and smiles welcomed!

All levels 18 and older
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Friday Night Sew-In

It Seams To Be Sew

Come join us the last Friday of each month and bring your UFOs or a new project and create with us! We are your home studio away from home! It's a relaxed way to stitch, laugh and forget those dishes in your sink! 

All levels 18 and older
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Paper Piecing

It Seams To Be Sew

Come join us for a great class on paper piecing with award-winning Jet Sanford... In this class you will be learning paper foundation as well as curved seams. Come join Jet for a fun and exciting class where she can take the fear out of this freezer paper method and the sewing of curves! 

Intermediate 18 and older
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Reviews for Sewing Classes in Houston

Sewing Classes in Houston are rated 4.9 stars based on 37 verified reviews from actual CourseHorse.com purchasers.

  • Sewing 101 (Virtual)

    Reviewed by rosemary C. on 1/25/2021
    Excellent instructor. Throughly knowledgeable yet capable of easy to understand instructions.
  • Basic Sewing Techniques (Virtual)

    Anonymous review on 10/6/2020
    Morrison was great. She emailed me after I enrolled to ask if I had intended to take her class in seam treatments and I told her I had not because I am a very beginner sewer. However, she provided me with an individual lesson and focused on what types of activities I like to do. I will be enrolling in her longer course on how to sew using my sewing machine and am so glad that I decided to finally get some formal lessons. Thanks for allowing me the opportunity to do that!
  • Basic Sewing Techniques (Virtual)

    Reviewed by Ndeye Adama B. on 9/1/2020
    Very interesting, I leant a lot of new things and appreciated Morrisson's patience and teaching method.

Discover the Best Sewing Classes in Houston

Sewing is done to create or repair garments using needles and thread. This popular craft dates to the Paleolithic period when people were stitching together animal hides to create clothing and shelter. With the Industrial Revolution came the sewing machine. As sewing machines became more affordable in the West during the 20th century, ready-made clothing became common. This resulted in hand sewing becoming primarily a hobby or cottage industry. 

Today hand sewing and machine sewing are both done by hobbyists. High-quality clothing may also be made by hand as well as detailed clothing. Sewing by hand and machine is taught in schools, at sewing shops, and at community centers. This skill is not just a fun hobby, but also a valuable craft. If you know how to sew, you can repair damaged or torn clothing rather than getting rid of it or paying someone to fix it for you. 

If learning how to sew interests you, consider looking into sewing clubs or organizations in the Houston area. This is a great way to meet others passionate about sewing who can give you advice on sewing projects and techniques.

Why You Should Learn Sewing in Houston

Sewing is a good way to make money on the side. If you can start and finish a sewing project and understand patternmaking, you can design and create pieces that you can then sell online. Sewers don’t just sell clothes; they also make money off hand or machine-sewn accessories and decor. Producing your own designs and coming up with project ideas is also a way to explore your creativity. 

Sewing can be taxing on the body if done incorrectly. However, if you have good form when sewing, it can improve your posture and make your fingers nimbler. There are also special sewing tools that are catered to people with arthritis. 

Sewing requires fine attention to detail and a decent amount of focus. When you’re sewing, you need to pay attention to the piece to ensure you don’t make mistakes. This is a good way to work on your hand-eye coordination, as your brain focuses on repeating the motions necessary to sew. Paying close attention to your project can also be stress relieving. Instead of focusing on outside worries, you can dedicate all of your attention to the piece you’re creating. 

In-Person Sewing Classes in Houston

Schools, community centers, and teach in-person sewing classes. If you’re interested in in-person sewing classes in Houston, check out CourseHorse. In-person classes are taught by expert instructors who can provide you with constructive feedback. In a class, you’ll typically follow an in-depth demonstration before working on your own project. Classes are available for beginners to experienced sewers. 

Before you start sewing, you’ll need to purchase some basic materials, like sewing needles and thread. If you’re machine sewing, you’ll also need to invest in a sewing machine. These can be bought first or secondhand. In-person classes may supply you with the necessary materials to sew in class, but if you’d like to practice at home, you’ll need to buy your own supplies and equipment. 

New and returning sewing classes in Houston are frequently added to CourseHorse. You’ll find that previous classes have focused on sewing fundamentals and specialty projects like sewing table linens and Halloween costumes. If you’d like to branch out to other arts and crafts, you can explore CourseHorse to see what classes are offered in the Houston area. 

Virtual Sewing Classes 

Taking a virtual sewing class is another way to gain experience sewing. Virtual classes are taught remotely by live instructors. They’ll provide you with an in-depth demonstration of techniques, stitches, and/or starting projects. You can take these classes from anywhere that is interruption-free that has a stable internet connection, including your home and office. 

Be aware that if you take a virtual class, you might not be provided with materials or equipment. That means you’ll need to procure these items before the first session. Most instructors will include a supply list on the class page or can be contacted about required materials. 

Beginners should sign up for The New York Sewing Center’s Sewing 101: Basics. This introductory class will go over sewing fundamentals while guiding you through several projects. If you have sewing experience but need a refresher, this class is also helpful in that respect. You’ll learn or relearn about starting to sew from scratch over the course of four sessions. Participants will also be supplied with sewing kits.

For an experience in machine sewing, sign up for Santa Monica College’s Home Sewing Bootcamp. You’ll be guided through several projects by an expert instructor over five sessions. Beginners are welcome to take this class, however, you must have a sewing machine to participate. 

If you’re interested in learning a craft that’s similar to sewing, check out the virtual classes offered by the 92nd Street Y. They offer Crochet for Beginners and Knitting for Beginners

Private Group Sewing Classes in Houston

If your business or organization is interested in booking a team-building activity, consider looking into private group sewing classes that CourseHorse can deliver to you. These classes encourage communication and socialization among team members while also teaching them practical crafts. 

If you’d like to learn about the class options available to you, reach out to CourseHorse using the contact form on their website. You can learn about the group sizes they can accommodate and the class content. 

CourseHorse does not charge booking fees and allows free cancellations up to two weeks before the class is scheduled. If you need to reschedule your class less than 48 hours before it is scheduled, you will be charged a $150 rescheduling fee. 

CourseHorse will send out all necessary materials to each participant before the class. If you don’t have a final headcount when booking the class, you can book using the minimum group size and update the number later. Your headcount will need to be updated so that CourseHorse’s fulfillment team can send out supplies on time. 

You have several options for video platforms to use for your class. CourseHorse recommends using Zoom but can accommodate Google Meets, Microsoft Teams, and WebEx if you provide the meeting details. 


CourseHorse offers other private group classes. If your group enjoys their sewing class, consider looking into the other craft classes offered by CourseHorse. For example, they can host a macramé workshop and a loom weaving workshop.

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