On the Up in 2016

Things are Moving in the Right Direction

As we get ever nearer to 2016 I’m really thrilled to say that from January there will be a chance for you to come and sew with me at the ‘Sewing Room’ on day courses and classes, as well as the usual evening events. There are old favourites and new projects planned, including a follow on course from the popular ‘Let’s Sew‘, called ‘More Sew’, in which we will be making further sewing related projects. With buntings, bags and a whole range of other things, 2016 really can’t come quick enough.

I’ve started adding some of next year’s classes for you already, so if you or someone you know would like a New Year sewing experience for Christmas, then they can be booked now.



The classes are designed to be relaxing and enjoyable without the pressure of having to pass a certificate at the end. So if you have ever fancied trying your hand at embroidery, quilting, making clothes and more, the ‘Introduction to the Sewing Machine‘ class is all you need to get started. Once you know how to use the machine you can then take any of the other classes as and when you like to build on your machine skills. There is usually an element of hand sewing incorporated into each class, as there are times when the sewing machine just won’t do.

The ‘Sewing Bee‘ started in August and we meet most Wednesdays, this is definitely continuing into the New Year. If space is available in the group you can join at any time.

There are few opportunities in schools nowadays for children to pick up this handy life skill, so the course I have put together will develop their hand sewing skills until they are ready to take on the machines. If your son or daughter would like to join us, but can’t make the course, keep an eye out for holiday clubs instead, (also new for 2016).



Take a look at the ‘booking page’ and see what you can book now for 2016, visit the page here.



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