Online Master class special offer
As well as appearing on Sewing Street with my quilt patterns I love meeting people face to face in our workshops at our studios here in Hassocks and online through my masterclasses.
Understanding Fabrics and the Ultimate Interfacing Masterclass
These 2 online masterclasses are our most popular as they really give you an understanding about the materials you will work with on almost any dressmaking project.
I find that when people can touch and feel the different fabrics and interfacing they really start to make great progress with their dressmaking and end up being much more satisfied with their makes.
These classes really are the foundation of better results. I felt it was important not to just talk about the fabric but also send out samples so you can touch and feel what is being talked about. You’ll get over 40 different fabric samples and 30 different interfacings to handle!
Each class is 2 hours long which you can follow at your own pace and watch again whenever you need to.
- Buy Sarah’s 2 most popular video masterclasses and get the second one HALF PRICE.
- Both classes come with FREE samples so you can touch and feel what is being talked about.
Each masterclass is usually £40 but buy both together for £60
Understand fabric like a pro
Video tutorial including free sample pack – This is the perfect class for any dressmaker who wants to build and extend their knowledge of fabrics.
ultimate interfacing masterclassVideo tutorial including free full sample pack – Knowing when and how to use interfacing will transform the finish of your sewing and dressmaking projects. Find out more about this class
Buy both courses at the special offer price
What people say about these courses
“A brilliant course and resource book. I make clothes, quilts, bags and soft furnishings and the info from this course has come in so useful, especially to improve my finishes. Don’t hesitate to book!” Victoria S.
“Absolutely amazing. We were given fabric samples and Sarah talked us all on zoom through each type of fabric, explaining how they could be used i.e clothing – sports or leisure, dresses, coats, cushions, upholstery material etc. All her zoom courses have been executed in such a professional way.” Sally