10261 Machine Sewing 101 - 02/01 (6:00 PM - 8:00 PM)

This class is a great introduction for students to learn about the sewing machine and all of the wonderful things it does.  In this two day class, students will learn to to wind a bobbin, thread the machine and needle, and get an overview of all the bells and whistles the sewing machine has to offer.  The class will get a general understanding about fabrics and also touch on the difference types of threads, needles and some of the most common stitches used. Once they have all this knowledge, they will put it to good use by making a simple envelope pillow.

1/2 yd Muslin
1/2 yd 100% cotton fabric for pillow (for the 2nd Class)

Small scissors for cutting thread
Quilt and Sew 18" Ruler
Fabric Marking pencil
Seam ripper
Thread (to match pillow fabric)
16" Pillow form (for the 2nd class)

Skill Level: Beginner
Requirements: No sewing experience necessary
Instructor: Charles Johns

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This class cannot be purchased online. Please contact the store for more information.