Sewing Class – Tuesday & Thursday evenings
We are winding down for the summer. Dates, times and details of all classes for the new term will be announced on the website before September.
The last sewing class before summer 2018 will be on Tuesday 26th June
Tuesday classes will start on the 24th April and finish 26th June and Thursday classes will start 26th April and finish 21st June. The full cost of the course will be £200 if you pay the adventurous advance fee, you get a free class and pay £180, otherwise you can pay the fabulous three in instalments – £80 week one, £60 week five and £60 week eight.
Keep an eye on the website for more details.
Classes are held Tuesdays and Thursday’s 7.00-9.30pm. Classes are popular so book early to avoid disappointment.
There are a couple of spaces available in each of the classes
The class is very relaxed and sociable, you work on your own project suitable for your level and learn the foundation of sewing, and pattern alterations. Students have made bags, cushions, window blinds, tops, skirts and dresses and more. We have lots of equipment and spare fabrics and threads, which can be used for embroidery and appliqué, but you should bring all the materials for your own project. We have a machine that can be used by all the students and I encourage people to bring their own machine so they become familiar with it, this can be stored at the gallery during the term.
All the classes are very friendly and we always have cake, biscuits and fruit with lots of tea to keep us going through the evening, if you should need any further information don’t hesitate to contact me.
For more information please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is more information about Angela:Angela is a graduate of Central Saint Martins, and has worked in the fashion industry for almost 20 years and currently works at University of the Arts London. She is passionate about fashion, textiles, and all its wonderful crafts and wishes to impart her knowledge to encourage others to create lovely individual handmade items, de-mystify sewing and fashion crafts.
by Rick Pinn