Holiday 208: Christmas Stocking
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Holiday 208: Christmas Stocking



Wednesday, December 8, 2021 11:00am - 3:00pm

Stockings are a traditional part of Christmas that combines a decoration with a gift delivery system. They're a great way to welcome a new member to your family and one of the greener ways to wrap small gifts as they can be used year after year.  We will go over the basics of quilting on the front to give your stocking more visual interest.

Location:
Seattle Pacific Fabrics
2230 4th Ave. S 
Seattle WA 98134

Our elevator is available M-F 10am - 3pm only.

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Class fees are non-refundable unless the class is cancelled by the store.

You will receive a 20% discount on your class supplies with your registration receipt or email us after you register for a web store coupon code. 



SUPPLIES

  • ¾ yard of fabric for front & back
  • ¾ yard of cotton fabric for lining
  •  yard fabric for cuff 
  • ½ yard cotton muslin for quilt backing (this won't be seen on the finished product)
  • ½ yard quilt batting
  • Thread for sewing & quilting (will be visible)

 The pattern we are using is adapted from Ruby Star Society's 'Candlelight Christmas Stocking'

 


Skill Level: Beginner
Skill Details: This class is suitable for Beginner/ Advanced Beginner sewing skill levels. You should have previous machine sewing experience and have completed at least a simple project. Please email us at erin@pacificfabrics.com if you are unsure if your skill level is appropriate.
Requirements: Print out your supply list and purchase your needed supplies. Please arrive 15 minutes before class starts so we can start on time. A follow-up email will be sent to you after you register with other class details. Further questions please email erin@pacificfabrics.com.
Instructor: Erin Hubner
Instructor Bio: Erin learned to sew as a kid and was always crafty but didn't really get fully into sewing until after college. After making a few rather involved Halloween costumes she realized she could make clothes to wear every day, not just at the end of October. Eventually this led to her going back to school for fashion design and construction and teaching classes for over 6 years. Her main focus may be garment sewing, but she has also worked on accessories, home decor and quilting. Basically, if it involves fabric, thread, yarn, or other similar craft supplies she probably does it on a semi regular basis. Except projects involving hot glue, she does try to stay away from those.
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