Have you been wanting to learn the basics of sewing on a machine?
Has your machine been collecting dust on a table or hidden way back in the closet? Have you wanted to learn just didn’t know where to take lessons?
**Don’t forget if you want to take this class and the next one is too far away, try a private lesson!
This intro to sewing class is the perfect way to get your feet wet or dust them off! You will learn about the machine, threading, and the accessories.
Please make sure to print off the downloads and bring to class with you
Ages: 14 and older
Max Students: 5
What you will take away from this workshop:
Filling & Inserting Bobbin
Accessories and Feet
Basic Sewing Terms
Notebook and Paper (optional)
Sewing Machine – I highly recommend the Brother CS6000i
Empty Bobbin (if you are using your device)
Scissors – I suggest the KAI N5230 9″ Bent Handle
Manuals (if using your machine)
Basic Sewing Kit
Scissors, pins, extra needles, etc)
Scrap fabric to practice
Sewing Machine (if you need to borrow one)
Sewing 101 Handout
Sewing Sheet to practice
**Please print all attachments you receive when registering for this class and bring them with you.
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