Now that you have learned the basics of sewing, continue the adventure while learning advanced techniques. Construct a skirt with fitted waistband, darts and a zipper. Prerequisite: sewing I or basic sewing skills.
This class, for total beginners, teaches basic sewing techniques including machine basics, how to read and use a pattern. Learn to make two easy projects (a tote bag and pajama pants) to prepare you for more advanced sewing classes.You'll start by learning the basics of using a sewing machine and use those skills to sew a tote bag. Then you will learn...
This class is designed for teens who have sewing experience and/or have taken the teen series classes such as Teen I, II,III and/or IV. You will . be able to pick your own project according to your sewing skills. Select your pattern and the fabrics that you like and come to class ready to sew ! This class is about individual choices and creativity....
Make a blouse or shirt to go with your new outfit. Construct a men’s camp shirt or a women’s blouse with set-in sleeves, and a collar. Prerequisite: Beg. Sewing I and Beg. Sewing II or comparable sewing knowledge. Men welcome! This class has a supply (pattern, fabric and sewing supplies) 3, 4, 6 sessions.
SELECT WHATEVER YOU WANT TO MAKE, with your teacher's okay. This course may be taken as many times as you wish. Recommended for students who have taken Teen I and Teen II or have intermediate sewing skills. Kit Fee $15.
Wednesday Jan 10th, 4:30pm
This class is intended for teens with intermediate sewing skills. Meaning that you must have taken all the teen classes/camps including Sew as you go and High School Fashion Runway. You will be able to start with a basic pattern and make design changes to your pattern based on your level and creativity. Change the neckline, hemline, sleeves whatever...
Learn to make a tote bag with fringe from a recycled knit t-shirt. You will learn fabric cutting techniques and how to use the zigzag stitch to create a new tote bag all in one class. Requirements: Must have taken two (2) Sew Fun classes and one (1) Sew Fun 2 class.
Saturday Apr 14th, 2pm
Learn the ins and outs of the longarm machine and the frame, how to set up for quilting a quilt, what proper tension is, and some basic quilting designs.
Do you have an unfinished quilt that you need help to complete? Bring an unfinished quilt, drafting challenge or an idea for a new quilt and let an expert teacher help you find solutions.
Friday Dec 15th, 10:30am
This small longarm has built-in stitch regulation. Learn how to load your quilt on the frame, thread the machine, wind and load a bobbin, establish good tension, bring up the bobbin thread, anchor and tie off threads, and do a little stitching.
Tuesday Dec 5th, 2pm
Using this sit-down quilting machine feels a lot like using your home sewing machine. Learn how to thread it, wind and load a bobbin, establish good tension, bring up the bobbin thread, anchor and tie off, use the TruStitch stitch regulator, and do some basic designs.
If you have wanted to learn to read a pattern, sew a simple project, or just need a little confidence then this class is for you. In this series we will explore and learn using a sewing machine to make three (3) simple projects. Each class is designed to increase your sewing skills. Class # 2: Learn to read a pattern, top and edge stitching, sew a...
Learn how to make interactive book forms that can easily be adapted to many projects. We’ll start by exploring some ways to make books using just one sheet of paper. We’ll then move on to making simple books that require minimal sewing and gluing. The beauty of all the book forms covered in this workshop is that they can be made with any variety...
Thursday Nov 30th, 6pm