Sewing Machine Maintenance October 27th, 2018, Saturday, 9am - 1pm Instructor: Assela Hashemi Location: 404 McArthur Avenue Minimum number of students to run: 3
Interested in learning how to take proper care of your sewing machine? This 4 hour interactive course to show you how to take apart your sewing machine and perform basic maintenance. Learn the basic mechanism by which domestic sewing machines operate. Students are asked to bring their sewing machines to the workshop in order to learn on their own machines. The class is capped at 6 students in order to offer an intimate setting and lots of individual attention.
Note that this course is a maintenance course. There is not enough time in the class to do significant sewing machine repair so please do not bring in a broken machine. If your machine is broken, please contact us ahead of time and we can help you get it fixed.
Instructor: Assela Hashemi
Assela Hashemi has over 25 years of experience as a sample sewer, pattern maker, grader, and sewing instructor. Currently, she is working as a pattern maker, grader and sewer for fashion designer Muriel Dombret (Clothes). She also consults for various fashion designers in the Ottawa area and in the past 10 years has trained many sewers on the job and taught many students how to sew. When she isn’t working, she loves to cook new international dishes.
Written notice of cancellation may be processed with a full refund (minus a 10% admin fee) two weeks prior to the course starting. Cancellations received 1 week prior to the course are eligible for a 50% refund unless there is a wait list for the course. Cancellations within the final week prior to the course are non-refundable unless there is a wait list for the course and the course can be run with full attendance.