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Weekend sewing course

Saturday, January 22

Are you excited to be back into sewing but need a bit of guidance? Join us for this two day sewing course which will let you choose your project, whether its some cushion sewing, bag making or dressmaking, we will be there to guide you, teach you and get you confidently sewing the weekend away.

This weekend course would be the perfect opportunity for you and a friend or friends to get together for some social sewing with a teacher on hand in a great safe space.

We have a detailed Covid Policy with details of how the workshop will be run so please do take a look.

The lesson is a free-style lesson with everyone making something different, and what you will learn will depend on the project/pattern you have chosen.

What you will need:
Sewing machine (we have limited sewing machines so if you need to borrow one please advise at booking stage)Sewing kit
Your chosen project/pattern and all that is needed for this. Please discuss this with us when booking this course. We like to be prepared so an idea of what pattern you are doing before the first workshop would be great.

Course Leader
Lesley Weale

Level
Beginner improver (you must have used a sewing machine before and made at least one item) – to the more advanced

If you and a friend are coming together use the code TwoTogether to get 10% off your booking

Cost: £125

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