Halloween is coming? is your costume finished? Do you know how to finish it? If you're struggling to make sense of the instructions (they can be confusing) or you're making it up as you go and have lost your way, we can help.
Welcome to the world of sewing! An in-depth class how to use a sewing machine and its various accessories. We will be making a few pillow covers to practice the basic sewing skills learned.
After easing into garment sewing with PJ pants, it's time to make something for the top half of your body. The Wilder gown and Remy raglan both have a relaxed fit and simple construction to help ensure you end up with a successful garment. You can make a top or if you're feeling a bit adventurous, add some gathered tiers and end up with a flowy dress. Both have raglan sleeves and the option to make them 3/4 or short. The Wilder gown ties at the neck and the Remy has either a simple scoop neckline or a keyhole closure. Either way you will end up with a top (or dress) that is comfortable to wear with options to make versions that you can wear all year long. Prerequisite: Garment 201 or equivalent experience.
In this class you will learn how to work with water resistant fabrics like oilcloth, waxed canvas and laminated cotton. Along the way you will learn how to do French seams and boxed corners to give your bag a clean interior and added structure.