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Make a Tilly and the buttons Cleo Dungaree Dress
Are you looking for a dressmaking project? Then this lovely Cleo pinafore on-trend dress is a great place to start!
The Cleo is fairly simple to sew, with no zips! You have the option to make it dungaree-style with buckles, or as a pinafore with button fastenings. You can also choose what length you prefer, mini or knee length, and where you would like pockets. You can make yours unique with contrast topstitching!
This workshop is a full day, with a break for lunch.
Workshop includes your own pattern to keep (worth £14.50)
You will need to bring your own fabric and thread
Small class sizes - pre-booking essential
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What's included in the price?
Tea and coffee, biscuits
Lovely workshop, really enjoyed.
Interested in doing Roman Blinds next
Laura - - #20652
Really good productive day. Very happy with the skirt.
Rita - - #20650
Lovely small, friendly classes and a very patient teacher!
Thank you Judi
Caroline - - #20649
I normally use my machine for quilting & have never done any dressmaking. This was a superb workshop,everything was explained carefully & Judi seemed to know exactly when one of us needed some extra help. I had never put in a zip or made a buttonhole but I now feel confident to tackle both & will certainly enrol on more of Judi's courses.
Ellie Litchfield - - #18479
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
Mary - - #15456
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