Our Learn to Sew series teaches skills through simple projects – this class project is a zip pouch.
About this Class
If you’re new to sewing, join us for all or just some of our Learn to Sew classes where you can gain new skills and have your good practices reinforced. Skills covered are cutting with a rotary cutter, sewing with a consistent seam allowance, looking at the typical "order of operations" for a sewing project, and gaining more confidence using a sewing machine.
Projects are designed to teach specific skills:
Feb. 9: Zip Pouch (installing a zipper, making boxed corners)
March 9: Drawstring Bag (making a casing, making buttonholes)
April 13: Simple Tote Bag (sewing a larger project, applying a magnetic snap)
May 11: Apron (applying bias binding, topstitch)
A zip pouch with zipper and boxed corners.
A $15 materials fee is included in the price of the class.
You must have completed Learn How to Use the Fiber Studio Sewing Machines.
Fran Fuller learned to sew when she was 6 or 7 from her mother, who was a precise, creative, and inspiring sewist and a very patient teacher. Fran sewed her own clothes through high school and college, and now she sews clothing, home decorating items, and bags.