Sewing 102 – Basic Apron
This is the perfect first wearable for a beginner to make, yet a seasoned seamster would still enjoy making one as well! A multi-sized apron that can be adjusted for the perfect fit due to the strap and casing in the pattern. Easy, fast and fun. The perfect gift to someone that loves to cook/bake, a maker as the pocket can be altered to accommodate tools, and I could seriously just keep listing the uses for this pattern!
This class comes with a pattern for you to keep.
Skill Level: Beginner to Advanced
Prerequisites: Sewing Machine knowledge (filling bobbin, threading and seam allowance)
Ages: 13 and older
Max Students: 4
What you will take away from this workshop:
Properly placing a pattern on the fabric, pinning and cutting tips
Pockets and customizations
Finishing Tips and Techniques
Notebook and Paper (optional)
Sewing Machine – I highly recommend the Brother CS6000i
1.5 YARDS of cotton fabric (44/45)
Matching Thread and bobbin (if using my machine you will be required to purchase a bobbin which are 25cents)
Scissors – I love my KAI N5230 9″ Bent Handle
Basic Sewing Kit(pins, extra needles, chalk and marking tools, etc)
Pattern – Instructions
You will have access to:
sewing machine if you do not have one (must purchase a bobbin if using my machine)
Scissors (they are not top notch so if you have a fav pair feel free to bring them)
**Please print all attachments you receive when registering for this class and bring them with you.