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Classes


Learn the proper way to measure and shorten your pant hems using your sewing machine. We will review how to hem a basic pant, a pair of jeans using topstitch thread, and a stretch legging. Bring one pair of pants, jeans or leggings to hem. If you have any questions about the class, please email Catherine at catherine@sewright.com.

Cost: $ 30.00
Take your sewing to the next level with our Open Level Garment Sewing Class and learn what you want to learn! This class is for you whether you are a beginner sewist ready to start sewing your first garment and don't know how to begin or if you are an intermediate sewist that needs specific help with a project you are working on. Bring in all materials needed for your project as you must work from a commercial pattern. If you have any questions about your project, please contact Catherine at catherine@sewright.com in advance. You must know how to operate a sewing machine. Class size is limited to 4 students. 3 hours long.

Cost: $ 90.00
In this class you will learn how to take in a pant or skirt at the waist or along the seams. We will review the various ways that waistbands are made and the best approach on how to take them in, along with altering the side or inseams.

Cost: $ 40.00
In this session, we will be finding the correct size for your jacket based on your design ideas and making any necessary fit adjustments to the pattern. You will be sewing up a muslin in your corrected pattern to make any last adjustments.

Cost: $ 60.00
In this session we will be discussing the different ways to ?quilt? your jacket and help you to engineer your jacket design, whether you are working with quilt blocks, whole cloth or easy patchwork pieces.

Cost: $ 60.00
Do you own a machine that is still sitting in the box or need a refresher because you haven?t sewn in a while? Bring it in to learn how to operate your sewing machine! You will learn the correct way to wind a bobbin, how to thread your machine and the proper way to operate the machine to keep from losing your thread. Once your machine is threaded, you will learn basic sewing techniques. We will provide the fabric needed to practice your sewing skills. 1 1/2 hours long. If you need a machine for class, we can provide one for you.

Cost: $ 40.00
Learn to make this charming quilt that has nice details, but is a great project for a beginner. Laurie will take you from start to finish in creating a throw size quilt which measures 48" x 57". You will learn how to construct the quilt top, layer it, tie it, and bind it. The book is required for the class. Please be prepared to be doing homework between classes. Class fee includes book which retails for $14.95. Watch the class trailer: https://youtu.be/L3b8ZaxtUcY

Cost: $ 165.00
By using a print or novelty fabric with a large repeat, you can create a stunning quilt of great diversity. For those of you familiar with "Stack and Whack?"and "One Block Wonders", this is like them but much easier and more addictive. It starts with a large or medium scale print with a lot going on. Like a snowflake, no two 4 patch block will be alike. Judy will guide you through the process of creating your own one-of-a-kind quilt. Class Fee: $125 Class Limit:6 Mask wearing is mandatory during class.

Cost: $ 125.00
Have you heard all the rage about Dear Jane? For seasoned and newbie quilters alike, the mention of "Dear Jane" elicits reactions ranging from joy to dismay. Why? The Dear Jane quilt is comprised of 225 patterns in the blocks! There are 169 square blocks and 52 pieced border triangles. The original quilt was made by Jane Stickle in 1863 without a corresponding pattern. Brenda Papadakis, the author of the Dear Jane books brought the quilt to life by drafting the blocks and publishing the book. With the recent 25th Anniversary of the book, "Janiacs," as we call Dear Jane fanatics came out the woodwork to share their love/hate of the project and new quilters were exposed to the meticulous pattern as well. The beauty of the quilt is not only in the blocks itself but the layout and the ability to play with print and color. Join Diane on the Dear Jane journey. She has taught this project for more than 20 years and is a true Janiac. Diane will make this an enjoyable and fun process! Each block requires a different technique and although many require hand sewing, Diane will share techniques to make everything approachable. This a great opportunity to learn new skills and share in community! Classes are themed by technique, so even if you've taken a Dear Jane class previously, this is an opportunity for a refresh and learn new techniques to complete your Dear Jane.

Cost: $ 200.00
If your child is a beginner, they will learn basic skills of cutting and pinning their fabric along with operating a sewing machine to make a cross body bag. If your child has already been sewing, they will continue to improve their sewing skills by making a garment or accessory from our pattern collection that they can complete within the 3 hour workshop. If your child is at an intermediate skill level, they can choose a more difficult garment, but may need multiple workshops in order to complete the project. Classes are small and have a 1 teacher to 3 student ratio. This is a 3 hour workshop. All materials needed for the class are included in the cost of the workshop.

Cost: $ 110.00