Copy Cat: Duplicate A Loved Garment! (2 Day Camp)
Adult Intermediate Sewing
Location: Made Sewing Studio: 124 N 103rd St. Suite A, Seattle WA 98133
We haven't had this class in so many years and I'd honestly almost forgot we used to teach it! We all have that one beloved item of clothing that haunts our dreams. Evetime we delicately put it on we say, "Will this be it? Will today be the day the thread bear fabric finally gives and I can no longer wear you responsibly?" In this class we will go over the basics of transfering your beloved garment into a flat pattern that you can then use to create a toil (mockup of the garment) to see how you did. All without taking it apart!
Day One: We will go over how to lay out the garment and create a flat pattern.
Day Two: We will take the flat pattern to cut out a toile of the garment and see how it fits
Supplies to Bring to Class:
- Several garments so we have more than one option. Please wash
- 3 yards 45" wide muslin fabric (thin cotton)
Class Level: This class is for Intermediate and Advanced Sewists. Previous experience with machine sewing, several completed sewing projects and some pattern reading is required. Please email us if you are concerned you may not be at the right level for this class.
Cancellation/Return Policy: No refunds are offered for classes or camps. Cancellations received 72 hours before class start, can be transferred to future classes/camps. Cancellations received less than 72 hours before class start or no-shows may forfeit class fees. We are unable guarantee the same class or session will be available for rescheduling. Arriving more than 30 minutes late for class may be a forfeit of class fees. COVID and other government mandated shutdowns have the same cancellation/Return policy.
COVID-19 Precautions: Please read our following policy regarding COVID-19 HERE. As you know, these are procedures we have always had for our students. If they are ever changing and we update them continuously. We have not changed in our dedication to student safety and assure you of how seriously we are taking this epidemic and the health of our students.