Come sew with us!
Whether you have a brand-new sewing machine, or a not sew new machine that is new to you, we can teach you how to use it. For dates and times, click here
If you have a working knowledge of your sewing machine, but you have a project in mind that you want to make, but don’t know where to start, the Sewing Lab is where you can work on a project of your choice. For dates and times, click here
Specialty Classes for Adults (Minimum age 14 to attend)
Quilting Lab:Do you want to quilt or quilt better? All quilting skill levels are welcomed. Join Becki as she helps you learn various quilting techniques. Do you have projects you want to start or have projects you need to finish- this is an open time for your individual projects. Offered Mondays 1-4 and Wednesdays 11-2. $25 per 3-hour session.
Intro to Quilting- Are you wanting to learn about quilting? In this class we’re introducing you to the beginning elements of quilting. You’ll learn how to use a rotary cutter, how to coordinate colors, quilting vocabulary, and more. Bring your sewing machine if you have one (if not you can use one of our fantastic Eversewn machines). All materials are included and you’ll create your first quilt block. Sunday, March 19 1pm-4pm.
NEW! Sew Club- Every first Saturday of the month at 3pm or first Monday of the month at 11am. We will have a lecture demo showing new techniques with different feet. Not only we go over feet but we will also go over those sewing items that you are not quite sure how to use. We offer this to all sewing machine brands. $10 per meeting..
April 1 or 3- Get ruffled with gathering. Learn the difference between a ruffler and gathering foot.
May 1 or 6- Cording and couching? What are these techniques and how would you use them in your sewing.
How to Follow a Pattern: You see such cool fashions that you want to stitch up. The pattern says it’s “easy”, but easy for whom? In this class you will learn the pattern terminology, sizing, and techniques necessary to sew with a sewing pattern. We’ll cover how to determine your proper size, what type of fabric to use, and what the notions are that are listed on the back of a pattern. As a bonus, we’ll also explain the difference between paper and a “PDF” electronic pattern. From newbie to “seasoned sewist”, this class will make your sewing experience much more enjoyable. Saturday, March 25 12pm-4:30pm OR Thursday, March 30 10am-2:30pm.
Elements of Jean Construction: Are you curious? Are you up to the challenge? Do you want to see what it takes to make your own jeans? Let’s try it! In this workshop you will learn the skills and techniques necessary to sew your own jeans. You will learn about the various patterns available, then we’ll thread up our sewing machines and you’ll sew pockets, a fly zipper, work with top-stitching thread, apply rivets and jeans buttons. We’re stitching out samples, honing our skills and then you’ll be ready for the follow-up class where we’ll get you fit into the best fitting jeans ever. Saturday, March 11 9am-12:30pm or Tuesday, March 30 10am-2:30pm.
Class Policies: Full payment is due to secure your spot upon signing up for a class. 100% of class fee is refundable or transferable to another class if cancellation is done at least 48 hours before class. This allows us to offer your spot to an individual on the waiting list and it insures that our teachers will be compensated for their time. No-shows forfeit any refund or exchange.