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Pinafore apron workshop - sewing on the Isle of Wight

Pinafore apron workshop - sewing on the Isle of Wight

Duration: 4.5 hours (10am-2:30pm)

Price: £25

Book with: Helen Cunningham
at Tiny Homes Holidays

Tiny Homes Holidays
Hillis Gate Road
Northwood
Isle of Wight
PO30 5UB

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About the Course

Don’t you love those Japanese-inspired cross backed pinafore style aprons?

Join Tiny Homes Holidays owner and self -taught sewer Helen Cunningham in the studio for a few hours to make your very own.

Using the superb tried and tested ‘Linda’ pattern from Stitch Society we will cut out and sew your Apron.

Suitable for beginners or experienced sewers. You will have your own pattern to use and of course take home to run up more for yourself or as gifts!
The RRP for the pattern is £20
The one size pinafore apron pattern takes 1.7m of 150cm wide fabric and requires matching (or contrasting) thread and will fit most sizes and shapes from a UK size 10 to a size 16 very comfortably.
I suggest a heavy weight linen but any cotton fabric with a little weight to it will work well.
Bring your own fabric and sewing machine if you have one ….. if you don’t have a machine we do have some you can borrow.

A light lunch and refreshments are included.

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?

Bring your own fabric and sewing machine if you have one ….. if you don’t have a machine we do have some you can borrow.

A light lunch and refreshments are included.



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Course Start Dates

Course dates are flexible; please get in touch for the next available date.


  • Accommodation offered
  • Suitable for all abilities
  • Suitable for beginners

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