Drop-In Sew is a way to get out of your house and dedicate time and energy sans all the interruptions that can occur, OR come get out and spend time with other people 😀
Open sew is designed for you to be able to come in and rent a machine to work on projects. In from out of town and need to repair but don’t have a sewing machine? Have kids running around and can’t make time to work on your projects? This is a perfect solution for you to get time! Use mine for $5 per hour.
You will book your time and put a deposit on the Serger if needed; this way, if you only use it for an hour, not the whole time you booked, you will pay the balance at the end of your session.
At this time, ALL persons in the studio are required to wear masks regardless of vaccination status. I do have disposable masks at the door.
Drop-In Sew Studio Fees
Just Sewing machine rental – $5 per hour
Sewing Machine and Serger – $10 per hour
Coverstitch Machine $5 per hour (additional – we only have one available)
***If you need to use a sewing machine, Serger, or coverstitch machine, you will need to know how to use them before coming or book a private lesson on it first.
**Since I am a small business, if you damage or break the machine, you will be responsible for fixing it or paying for a new machine.
You will have access to cutting tables, irons, and ironing boards. Each station has a Brother CS6000i and a Brother 1034D Serger (additional fee to use). To use either machine, you must have taken the classes, or comparable skills learned in those classes.
The Serger is a separate fee as well as the Coverstitch machine.
You will be responsible for your supplies and notions, such as thread and specialty needles (my machines always have a size 12 sharps/microtex). You must also bring your sewing kit; if you do not get one, purchase one from the studio. The studio does carry a wide variety of notions, patterns, fabrics, and supplies.
If you are quilting, please bring your piecing foot, rotary cutter, and rulers. I do have self-healing mats available to use.
I have some patterns, notions, and fabric for sale at the studio, but they are limited; I am not a full fabric shop.