Sewing training – Making a reversible top

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You’d like to learn how to sew a reversible garment? Would you like to create and proudly wear linen made from fabrics from the circular economy?

In this 7-hour course (2 sessions of 3.5 hours each), Kathryn takes us into the world of recycling and offers us a great alternative for reusing small lengths of fabric: make a unique, personalized reversible top from scraps of all kinds!

We’ll cover the basics of sewing:

– Session 1: taking measurements; choosing fabric; tracing the pattern; cutting fabric; discovering the fundamentals of sewing and the machine; assembling a clamp; assembling parts.

– Session 2: lining assembly; support stitching; armhole and side assembly; hemming and finishing.

Skills required: none, this workshop is open to anyone interested in reusing materials.
If you have pieces of fabric that you’d like to transform, don’t hesitate to bring them along! (cotton – quantity: 2x 1m)

Price includes all necessary materials, lots of scraps and Kathryn’s good humor!
:date: Dates of our training courses:
Starts on Thursday, May 23 and continues on May 30, from 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

NB: Workshop times are indicative, and may take longer for some participants. We therefore recommend that you do not schedule an appointment immediately afterwards!

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$159 + txs