Great news for the Sustainable Fashion-conscious sewer: a new one-day course to learn how to neatly and effectively jazz up and make alterations to your new or vintage garments.
Bring in a few garments that need attention – a new zip, sleeves or hems that need shortening, ribbons or lace to embellish a tired dress – and you will be given directions on how to improve or fix them.
You will do all the sewing so familiarity with a sewing machine and hand sewing is essential – you will acquire or refresh upcycle and mending techniques that will always be useful.
All info can be found here
Please email email@example.com for info and to enrol.
Come and learn how to use a sewing machine whilst making a lovely basic project – we have made a draw-string bag and a simple cushion cover so far.
All materials are included and you can take your textile item home with you!
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up – places are limited and it is essential that you reserve your place in advance.
These classes are open to adult females only and are organised in collaboration with the South London Refugee Association.
For more info see poster below:
sewing machine Introduction classes (2)
CROCHET FOR FAMILIES at All Sewn Up
Free workshop for Families with children 11+, All Materials Provided
Saturday 15 February 2020, 10.30am-12.30pm
Learn to crochet a multi-coloured Granny Square – can be used to make blankets, cushion covers, clothes and more. It is also a very portable fun and relaxing activity!
Places are limited and must be booked in advance: email email@example.com to sign up and for more info.
Children must be accompanied by parent/guardian at all times (whether parent takes part in class or not).
All Sewn Up is in Unit 1, The Co-Op Centre, 11 Mowll Street, London SW9 6BG
Come and join Lady Margaret Hall Settlement Chair Danielle Arnaud, staff and tutors for a fun day at All Sewn Up to find out about our Sewing Classes and Activities – drinks and nibbles available
Take part in demonstrations with Clothes Making & Home Textile tutor Grace Carter-Allen, Embroidery tutor Richard McVetis and Quilting (English Paper Piecing) tutor Debra Webster
See our fully equipped sewing workshop and let us know what you’d like to learn and make – we’ll be here to answer all your queries and listen to your ideas
We are in Unit 1, the Co-op Centre, 11 Mowll Street, London SW9 6BG
RSVP email firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to meeting you on Sunday 2 February from 12 noon!
Come and join Debra Webster for this fabulous Free Taster Class as she shows how to make beautiful patchworks with English Paper Piecing, a sociable and relaxing traditional quilting technique. All materials included.
All info here
To sign up email email@example.com
Great news! All Sewn Up bring you two free classes on Wednesday 4th or Saturday 7th December (both 10am-1pm).
Debra Webster will share her passion and knowledge of English Paper Piecing, a traditional quilting technique suitable for anyone with an interest in sewing – all levels welcome. It’s a beautifully social and relaxing activity, all hand stitching, cutting and gluing. See here for all info.
LIMITED SPACES! Don’t miss this chance, apply soonest: email firstname.lastname@example.org to get your place in one of these classes.
Come and join Lady Margaret Hall Settlement Chair Danielle Arnaud and tutors Grace Carter-Allen (Clothes Making) and Richard McVetis (Embroidery) in our beautiful workshop to find out about our sewing classes and activities, with nibbles and drinks. All Welcome. RSVP email@example.com See you soon!
KNITTING & CROCHET
for Peace and Relaxation
Wednesdays 24 July-28 August, 10am-12.30pm
6 sessions: £75/£45c. Or Drop-In £15/10c
NEW Summer Short Course and Drop-In to keep you busy and relaxed during the holiday season
Beginners will learn how to carry out basic stitches. Intermediate and advanced students will be supported in following patterns, making up and finishing garments, learning any relevant new skills as required.
Have fun making scarves, granny squares for cushion covers or blankets, crochet necklaces, coasters, or any other knitting or crochet project you’d like help with!
Learners will be given information and simple techniques to use knitting and crochet to help with relaxation, and improve peace of mind.
This course is aimed at adults 18+
and suitable for All Levels