Sewing is fun! Protect your clothes or add style or both! You’ll have the option of making your own fabric for the pocket by sewing smaller pieces of fabric together. Come find out how fun and easy in one of these project-based Learn to Sew classes. In each class, through making one very simple project, you’ll pick up a few key skills that will prepare you for more complicated projects in the future. Take just one class or take them all.
Each project teaches different skills, but all projects will cover these basics:
Key skills for "Make an Apron":
Note: the class is scheduled for 3.5 hours. You may not need the entire time to complete the project. If you need more time, you can arrange with your instructor to come to a Better Together Sewing Session
Join us for other "Learn to Sew" Classes:
Scoop-Neck Top: December 8, 1 pm - 4:30 pm
This cap-sleeved scoop-neck top you’ll make from woven fabric can go with any thing from jeans or jammie bottoms to a power suit. The pattern includes bust/chest sizes from 32 to 58 inches.
Key skills: reading a commercial pattern including finding your size, sewing darts, applying bias facing, setting sleeves, basic hemming
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Fran Fuller learned to sew from her mother when she was 6 or 7 and made clothing and other projects for herself and for friends through high school and college. Now she sews bags, apparel, and other projects at home and at BARN. She is the coordinator of the BARN sewing program.