Sewing Basics (Sep 7th – Oct 26th)
September 7th – October 26th
Thursdays, 6pm - 9pm
Location: EcoEquitable's Classroom
404 McArthur Avenue
Max class size: 10
Instructor: Erinn Boulé
Can’t sew? We can fix that. Join us for our comprehensive beginner course! Learn how to sew while exploring the world of fabric, commercial patterns, alterations, and classic sewing techniques.
You will make a skirt fit for YOU and a cute sewing apron too!
You will learn to:
Operate a sewing machine
Sewing techniques (stay stitching, gathering, darts, hand stitches, and more!)
Properly press and iron garments for sewing
Take proper measurements
Identify and use various types of fabric, thread, and interfacing
Select the right fabric for your project
Work with commercial patterns
Construct a basic garment (skirt)
Students will need a domestic sewing machine, iron, and basic sewing kit at home to practice and complete homework (approximately 20 hours). EcoEquitable will supply the sewing machine during class.
Prerequisites: no sewing experience is required but a serious desire to learn a LOT in a short period of time.
All materials needed for the course are included in the class fee.
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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.