About the Course
Learn how to sew a beautiful "A line" skirt or "pencil skirt". Introduction to dressmaking.
Do you want to get into dressmaking but would like a bit of help and guidance? Why not come and sew with us and make an A-line or pencil skirt. You will learn how to lay out the pattern pieces, cut out, insert a zip, attach a waistband and seam finishing
You will need 1.5m of medium weight cotton, a reel of matching thread, a 7inch dress zip, your machine and zip foot.
You will also need to purchase the specified pattern
For more information and to book please contact me
(If you don't have a machine, then let me know, I have one you can use, there is a small charge for this)
If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.
What's included in the price?
Tea and coffee, biscuits
Please bring your own lunch
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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