Sewing 153: Fall Seasonal Sewing
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Sewing 153: Fall Seasonal Sewing

Get ready for fall with these four Home Dec projects that will have you covered from Spooky Season to Thanksgiving. Along the way you will learn new skills and how to adapt the patterns to be used throughout the year.

Bunting is a fun way to decorate inside (or out) for any occasion. For the samples we focused on Halloween, however you could choose your favorite team’s colors and be set for tailgating.

Fabric pumpkins are perfect for Halloween and can stay out on display all the way through November. Unlike real pumpkins they’ll maintain their good looks without getting sad and moldy.

Nothing dresses up a table quicker than a table runner. Add some coordinating napkins and you’re all set to host a meal with a tabletop that will impress your family and friends.

Cooler temperatures and shorter days mean comfort food that often results in a bowl that’s too hot to handle. Bowl cozies solve the problem of worrying about how to transport your food to the table or the couch and help catch any potential spills from dripping on you. If you use 100% natural materials, you can even (carefully) use it in the microwave as well.


You should have previous machine sewing experience and have completed a few projects. Please email if you are unsure if your skill level is appropriate.

PREREQUISITE: Sewing 101 or equivalent experience.  

CLASS DATES: Click 'Select Date' to view upcoming classes. 

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


Our elevator is available Tuesday through Friday 10:00 am - 2:30 pm 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. 

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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