From Sutura Workshops
What we'll do
Join us for an afternoon of sewing and learn how to make a beautiful tote bag for the summer. During this workshop you will learn: How to set up your sewing machine How to understand the different qualities of fabric How to sew and finish seams neatly How to insert a lining and a pocket How to add handles securely What's included: A large selection of fabric remnants Webbing for the bag handles All other materials needed If you would like to bring you own fabric, you will need half a metre each of main fabric (a medium weight cotton or linen) and lining fabric (a light weight cotton). All other materials are provided. Alison from The Oast Bakery will treat us to some of her delicious baking and plenty of teas and coffees to keep us going. You are welcome to bring your own sewing machine, or use one of ours.
About your Mentor
About your Mentor
I have always believed in the value of learning with our hands. More and more, we live in a world where anything and everything can be obtained at the touch of a button or the swipe of a screen, but this lacks the essential human connection and results in our increasing disconnection from the material world. I work with both private and commercial clients making cushions, bags, homeware and all manner of other sewing projects as bespoke commissions. I have worked with Molly Mahon for the last 7 years, alongside teaching group and one to one workshops. I have over 15 years' experience teaching both children and adults how to work with fabric and textiles.
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