Sewing Basics for Adults! 4 sessions
Meeting starting Wednesday, March 29th through April 19th, 6 pm -8 pm. Four two-hour sessions, your supplies are included in the class which values over $100.
Also there will be 1 makeup session date for this class TBD – we will discuss in the first class!
Has your machine been collecting dust on a table or hidden way back in the closet? Have you wanted to learn to sew just didn’t know where to take lessons?
This beginner sewing workshop for adults will be the perfect way to get your feet wet or dust them off!
What will I learn?
First, you will become familiar with the sewing machine by learning its anatomy and technical names of each part. How to thread, fill a bobbin, and change a needle. Then, cleaning/maintain the machine, stitch length, stitch width, and stitch selector, along with what are the accessories and why to use them.
You will learn about the machine anatomy, threading, and the accessories. Becoming a master threader and you will know how to maintain your machine as well as troubleshoot issues!
Then, learn to sew your own drawstring bag, zipper pouch, and envelope pillowcase! By completing these projects, you are going to be more confident to try different project!
Each sewing project you will you learn a new and advanced technique without even knowing!
Prerequisites: Come as you are no prior knowledge or skill is needed!
What you will learn:
Needles; Who, what, and why
Filling & Inserting Bobbin
Accessories and Feet
Marking fabric – tools to use
What should be in a Sewing Kit
Basic Sewing Terms
Flip and turn
Making a casing
Feeding a casing
Clipping and notches
Interfacing, what it is and why we use it
and even more than that
Ages: 16 and up
Max Students: 4
Sewing Machine (if you have one)
manual and accessories
All fabric and notions are included. (over $100)
- If you need to use a sewing machine, it is free, just let me know in the notes you need one at checkout
Parking on Grange Hall; Park in Decoy/Knickerbocker Lot
Follow either sidewalk on the side of building to the studio door that faces Dayton-Xenia.