Children’s Skirt

children's skirt making workshop

This workshop is a brilliant opportunity to introduce your child to a sewing machine. Sewing is a life skill and a wonderful skill to gift.

All you need to do is drop them off with their choice of fabric (see below).

We’ll give them a drink and a biscuit and have them waiting with (and possibly wearing!) a new skirt.

Our tutor is DBS checked.

This session is open to 8 years and over.

 

Cost

£30.00

Date

02 Aug 2023
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Time

9:30 am - 12:30 pm
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What will we cover?

In this session your child will make their very own skirt! During the session we will explain how a sewing machine works and how to sew (with an emphasis on beginning, finishing and respecting your seam allowance). This is a great project for the beginner.

How will I be taught?

Your child will be taught in our lovely studio by a friendly and experienced childrens’ tutor, through demonstration and guidance as they work.

 

With the opportunity to ask questions throughout, your child will get the best experience they can whilst making sure everything is clear.

 

Our tutor is DBS checked.

Do I need any previous experience or skills?

This workshop is open to 8 years and over and is the perfect opportunity for your child to be introduced to a sewing machine.

Are materials provided? Is there anything I need to source myself?

Please bring 1m of fabric (assuming the width of the fabric is min 115cm) and 1m of 3cm wide elastic. Cotton dress fabrics with a multidirectional pattern are best.

What will I take home with me?

Their own handmade skirt.

Refreshments

Drinks and biscuits will be available.

Photography

During all of our workshops photographs are taken for promotional purposes only. Please make us aware at the time of booking if you would prefer not to be included.

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Tutor

Barbara Bradley
Barbara Bradley

Barbara has loved her career as a dedicated Textiles teacher for over 40 years. Having started in Yorkshire schools she has witnessed many changes to the curriculum over the years, but she has always been passionate about developing and bringing out the creativity of the students she has taught. Now that she has retired she has more time for herself and can spend all day in her own work room whenever she wants, what could be better?

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