Thursday, January 17, 2013

New Sewing and Craft Class Schedules are up!

Didn't get a chance to or missed the Into to Your Sewing Machine class last time?  Your in luck!  The Red Doors has just posted it's new schedule for February.  Intro to Your Sewing Machine is being offered again on Sunday afternoons from 4-6pm, beginning February 10 and running until March 3rd.

Join me as you learn all the wonderful details about your sewing machine, as well as some tips and techniques!  We will complete three beginner projects, and envelope pillow cover, a set of cloth napkins, and a zippered pouch.

Click here for more information and to sign up, space is limited.

In addition, I will also be teaching a brand new class for those of you with some basic sewing experience but would like to begin sewing with patterns.  The Sew-Along meets Monday February 4th and Monday February 11th from 5-7pm.

We will be sewing up this super cute tunic just in time for Spring!  Click here for more information or to sign up!
Also new this month is Craft Lab!  It's a kid based craft session with some sewing thrown in.  The first session meets Sunday February 10th at 2pm.  Come join me and create a couple of cool Valentine gifts!  We will be making fingerprint pendants that you can string and wear around your neck or hang on a key chain.  Also, we will be creating yarn flowers that you will be able to use as hair pins or brooches.  We will be hand stamping the wrapping paper and wrapping them up, too.  So, they will be all ready to gift for Valentine's Day.  Click here for more information or to sign up!

The Red Doors is such a great asset to our community, make sure you check it out and like it on FB!


Anonymous said...

I have a question about which class is best to sign up for. I use my machine to sew basic straight lines and curves, making things like pillow cases and stitching tee-shirt scoop necks. Would I be suited for the pattern sew-a-long class? Or would the introductory class introduce to more basic skills?

Kiki burleigh said...

Honestly, either one. As long as you can use your machine, you could take the pattern sew a long class. I will help you through anything you have trouble with. As far as the intro class, it is fairly technical. You learn a lot of skills and make three projects. Hopefully, this helps you narrow it down.

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