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Sewing Workshop Series: Basic Techniques

249,95

Guidance by Tara van der Ende
Tuesday Evening 6.00 – 8.00 PM
Dates: October 27, November 3, 10, 17 & 24, December 1, 8 & 15
Level: beginner/intermediate
Materials: included
Language: English & Dutch

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Description

Are you into sewing, but would you like to go more in depth? Learn the most important sewing techniques in a more structured way. In this course you will learn these techniques by making samples. Learn to create the perfect dart, pocket, fly or collar etc.
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Included in this course is this great beginner book called ‘How to Start Sewing’. This book is a great ‘dictionary’ for sewing techniques. All the terms are explained really well and there are a lot of assignments in the book that will teach you the techniques. Patterns are also included for the samples. We will work step by step to learn you the best way to sew the details. Both beginners and intermediate students can join. We will take your level in account. If you’re a fast learning you will get extra assignments (and the other way around). If possible, it would be nice to do some homework sometimes to make the most out of your teaching period.
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Here an overview of the weekly topics in this course:
Lesson 1 – stitching 1.0
Lesson 2 – stitching 2.0
Lesson 3 – (elastic)bands
Lesson 4 – waistband/facing
Lesson 5 – splits
Lesson 6 – zippers
Lesson 7 – pockets
Lesson 8 – shirt details
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What we provide:
> 8 weeks of professional guidance by Tara van der Ende.
> All tools necessary (pattern drawing paper, rulers, pencils etc.).
> Book ‘How to Start Sewing’ by Assembil Books. (value 29,95 euro)
> Coffee, tea & cookies during workshops.
> Materials like fabric, zippers, interfacing
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*if you miss one or two lessons, you can catch up in our Sewing Cafe in one of Tara’s classes.
**We are taking corona measures during this course. We ask all the students to clean the machines/tables after use and we’ll teach this class on 1,5 meter distance. If possible, bring as much tools from home, so we don’t have to exchange much tools during classes.

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