Beginners learn to sew - intro to dressmaking - Pyjama shorts - Worcestershire

Duration: 3hrs

Price: £35

Run by: Judi Glover
at Sew Make it


Rectory Lane
WR10 3AB

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About the Course

Friendly and fun workshop in Worcestershire in a lovely setting, learning how to make some cute pyjama shorts, perfect for those returning to sewing, or those interested in dressmaking

You will learn:
How to pin and cut a pattern
Basic stitching
How to make a casing for elastic
How to turn and topstitch hems

You will have my pattern to keep, so you can make lots more.

Please bring your own machine and 1.2m of cotton fabric
If you don't have a machine, then let me know, I have one you can use.

If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above or telephone us. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.

What's included in the price?

Pattern for shorts, elastic and ribbon

Tea and coffee

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Really enjoyed my first attempt at dressmaking. Everything was explained really well, and we had our own pattern to keep. I feel more confident to try other things, and will definitely be coming to more of your workshops, looking forward to making a top on Saturday. Thank you

- - #15456

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