After the success of the The Great British Sewing Bee on tv, why not take the opportunity to learn to sew. Here are details of the beginnings sewing class, but the workshop can be tailored to your own ability. Discounts for groups so why not set up a sew and chat session with friends, and tea and cake will be supplied!!
Beginners Sewing Machine Workshops
Never used a sewing machine before? Or just a bit rusty and keen to get back on that pedal? This workshop is for you!!
the workshop, you will learn how to use a sewing machine and complete a
simple textile project as you learn plenty of new skills. Take your
pick from a selection of fabrics to make a pretty cushion cover to take
home at the end of your class.
You will learn all of the following:
How to thread a machine
How to change a needle
How to use the presser foot
How to fill and load the bobbin
How to stitch in a straight line
How to adjust stitch length and style
How to stitch a simple hem
How to sew a button hole
Basic sewing techniques such as cutting out, pinning, ironing and sewing on a button
Introduction to over-locking
thread and button included (unless you wish to use your own) and use of
equipment. Why not bring along your own machine if you have one.
Dates and times to suit you.
One to one tuition from a qualified City and Guilds trained tutor (with the patience of a saint).
Cushion can be made in one lesson, or if you want to take your time, further workshops can be arranged.
Contact Diane Roynon or Anna Roynon at Dressmaking Services for further information. 01495 775500, High Street Abersychan
Wednesday, 1 May 2013
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