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Kimono Style Robe Workshop
Perfect first dressmaking project!
Mentored by Kat NeeserMentor summary: Passionate sewing teachers in Brighton & Hove
For ages: 16 - 18+ years
Who's it For? For 'Improver' & above: Suitable for improving beginners and above who have previously: - used & threaded up a sewing machine - sewn following a seam allowance - made at least one small item like a bag or cushion - but may need a reminder of all of the above skil On this kimono making workshop you will: - Choose your pattern size - Trace off your take-home pattern from our master patterns onto dot & cross pattern paper (included in workshop price) - Pin pattern to fabric, cut out - Sew up your robe - learning various essential sewing techniques along the way: seams to a set seam allowance, zig-zag stitch to stop fraying, making and turning through a tie-belt, pressing and sewing a pocket (optional add another pocket at home - hip or ) & turning/sewing hems and cuffs - You'll feel much more confident using patterns & putting garments together. - Leave with a fabulous finished kimono robe & the pattern make more at home in different colours and fabrics! Instruction hando...
What you’ll need
INGREDIENTS - Fabric - (optional contrast band & belt) washed, ironed, folded and pinned - Thread - (optional) Glasses for close-up work if needed; Snacks WORKSHOP PREPARATION TO DO AT HOME: Wash and iron (on the reverse side) your fabric before the workshop Fold your fabric in half lengthways with the print on the outside (i.e. wrong sides together), pop a few pins in to secure it and then roll or fold up to bring with you ready to lay pattern and cut out. MAIN FABRIC TO BUY: Choose a non stretch, light to medium weight, 100% cotton fabric that doesn't need pattern matching* because cotton is easiest to work with and means you will complete your garment in the session. (You will take pattern home so you can make one in a different fabric at home.) - If fabric is less than 150cm wide, buy a 4m length** (minimum width 112cm) - If fabric is 150cm wide (or wider) buy a 3m length** (these measurements include a 10% allowance for shrinkage when fabric is washed) * Buy fabric that doesn...
Coronavirus safety measures
Staying safe in class during Covid-19 Hi everyone! Hope you're all keeping well. In line with the latest goverment guidance we have put some measures together in a way that feels the safest in order to avoid tranmission of Covid-19. Please read about this below. New! We are now serving complimentary tea, coffees, squash, herb teas and water in classes again : ) Page updated 28th July 2021 Sew In Brighton Covid-19 Classroom Safety Measures in place currently: Distancing: We aim to ensure a minumim of 1m social distancing between student workstations. The very nature of sewing means you need space and each person will have their own table (measuring at least 1m by 60cm). If you would like a greater degree of distancing from other students than the default, please speak to your teacher on arrival and we can seat you somewhere with more space or a desk screen. Please don't be worried about asking, we totally understand and you can even email us here beforehand to request this if you pr...
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18 Kingsway House, The Sewing Lounge, Sew in Brighton, 134 - 140 Church Road, Hove, East Sussex, BN3 2DL
My experience consists of a leisure activity, on a specific date(s), and therefore the 14-day ‘cooling off period’ under the Consumer Contracts Regulations 2013 does not apply.
• No refunds are given except in the case of a cancellation by the Mentor.